Sweet Texas Caviar

Sweet Texas Caviar created by Gloria L.

Not a spicy dish like the other Texas Caviars out there, so I'm calling it 'sweet' due to the sugar. I got this from a friend several years ago and it has been a family favorite ever since. My brother-in-law goes crazy over it. It's a great party or potluck food. We always serve it on Fritos 'scoops', but tortilla chips would work, too.

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  • Rinse the canned items.
  • Chop the veggies.
  • Mix everything together and let marinade 2 or more hours. (Overnight is best.)
  • Serve on Fritos'Scoops'. (or other chip.)
  • This dip is great for parties as it can sit out for several hours without refrigeration.
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"Not a spicy dish like the other Texas Caviars out there, so I'm calling it 'sweet' due to the sugar. I got this from a friend several years ago and it has been a family favorite ever since. My brother-in-law goes crazy over it. It's a great party or potluck food. We always serve it on Fritos 'scoops', but tortilla chips would work, too."

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  1. wgpitts
    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I've been hunting for this recipe for a decade! Only thing I remember differently is red onions! Thank you again, & can't wait to make this VERY SOON! Glenda
  2. Gloria L.
    Sweet Texas Caviar Created by Gloria L.
  3. Laura Zimmerman
    This was the exact recipe I was looking for! It's great, our whole family loves it.
  4. Makarios309
    This is an excellent recipe. I add one or two cans of drained Rotel tomatoes for more of a kick. I also reduced the sugar to 3/4 cup.
  5. Nicole_85
    This is a very similar recipe to the one my mom makes - although the combination of beans and sugar might sound a little strange, it's to die for!
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