Southwestern Corn and Cranberry Salad

Dried cranberries should be plump and firm in the bag, not dried up or hard. They should also have a distinct cranberry smell. Look for packages that have no added sugar. As a note, there's no salt in the recipe because the canned chiles have quite a bit of sodium.

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  • In a large bowl, combine all ingredients. Serve at room temperature or cover and refrigerate for up to 3 days.
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"Dried cranberries should be plump and firm in the bag, not dried up or hard. They should also have a distinct cranberry smell. Look for packages that have no added sugar. As a note, there's no salt in the recipe because the canned chiles have quite a bit of sodium."
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  1. ElizabethKnicely
    Dried cranberries should be plump and firm in the bag, not dried up or hard. They should also have a distinct cranberry smell. Look for packages that have no added sugar. As a note, there's no salt in the recipe because the canned chiles have quite a bit of sodium.
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