Bonnie’s Black Bean Salsa

I have been blessed with some very special people that have come into my life and my friend Bonnie is one of them. She is a strong, loyal, kind, fun person with a beautiful soul that always makes me laugh and just has this ability to bring a smile to my face.  With that said, she also makes an awesome black bean salsa and I am going to share her recipe with you today.

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Here is what you will need:

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– 2 cans of Goya black beans drained and rinsed

– 1 can corn drained

– 3 maybe 4 (depending on size) plum tomatoes cored and diced

– 4 scallions sliced one inch into green

– 3 tablespoons olive oil

– 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar

– juice of a fresh lime

– small handful of fresh chopped cilantro

– salt and pepper to taste

– big bag of Tostidos for dipping

Just want to add that I learned while making this with Bonnie that she is a Goya snob!!!

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The beans must be Goya for this salsa to be good!! 😉

Here is what you need to do:

Rinse and drain your beans. Drain corn. Core and dice tomatoes. Chop up cilantro.

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Slice up scallions one inch up into green and add to bowl.

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Add olive oil, vinegar, lime juice, salt and pepper. Give a good stir. And there you have it!!

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This is great as a salsa, but you can also serve it with almost anything. It is fresh and healthy and I am definitely going to make it the next time I make tacos for my family.

So Yummy!!

Enjoy :)

xoxo

Jill

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