As a recently diagnosed diabetic, this recipe is perfect for me. I only added tomatoes and put it in a whole wheat wrap. Thanks for sharing it.
Made this for a dinner party. Everyone loved it. Used white onion since I did not have red on hand.
Very good salad. Served with Sweet and Saucy Grilled Salmon and Mexican Kale salad.
Delicious! I added a little red wine vinegar but otherwise left the recipe the same. My husband devoured the leftovers the next day but I am sure it was even better after the favors had a chance to blend.
This was very tasty and nice and light for a hot summers day. <br/>Here are the changes I made. I mixed the lime juice and oil and then added cumin and 1/8 teaspoon of cayenne. Added 4 cloves of chopped garlic and the onions. Let that marinate while I prepped the other ingredients. Chopped 3 small tomatoes, rinsed the beans as directed, and cut the corn off the cob . (leftovers from a bbq) Let it sit for a couple of hours.
So good and easy. I love this as a side dish nestled on a bed of crisp lettuce!
I loved this. I didn't have cilantro so I used cilantro essential oils. And garlic olive oil. thank you.
I didn't have a red onion, so I substituted green onions and then added half a can (about 5 oz) of Red Gold Diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies. The latter provided the heat that we enjoy in Mexican dishes. These two recipes paired with Mexican rice, provided a filling dinner with a total of 12 PointsPlus.
thanks for post this recipe, I have been make this for years the only difference is. that i add garlic and minced jalapeno.
I make this regularly as a side dish for diner, or I serve it on jasmine or basmati rice as a main course for lunch. I love it! I sometimes mix it up by adding chick peas and/or chopped red bell pepper. Yum! Peaches and cream corn add a little sweetness to this recipe.