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This Black Bean Corn Salsa Recipe is fresh and delicious all year round.
Above all, this Black Bean Corn Salsa Recipe is amazing and you better not show up to a party without it. Over the years we learned this from experience.
Keep in mind, a good black bean corn salsa is always very refreshing, healthy, and makes for a delicious appetizer.
You can call it the Farr Better Black Bean Corn Salsa Recipe, but I like to call it Farr Better Black Bean Corn ‘Salza’ for fun. I guess it just stuck over the years. It tastes good either way!
Most importantly, eliminate or modify any ingredients to accommodate your dietary restrictions.
This Allergy-Friendly Black Bean Corn Salsa Recipe is FREE OF:
Gluten, Oats, Wheat, Dairy, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Yeast, Gum, Oil, Starch, Soy, Vinegar
For example, if you use the ingredients I suggest, then ALL FARR BETTER RECIPES are allergy-friendly and plant-based.
So what makes this Fresh Black Bean Corn Salsa so amazing?
Did you know with this recipe format you can change the serving size which will change your ingredient quantity?
Farr Better Black Bean Corn Salza Recipe
- 1 3/4 cups corn fresh or canned to drain and rinse
- 1 1/2 cups tomatoes diced
- 1/2 cup green onion thinly sliced
- 1/2 cup black pitted olives drained, sliced
- 1/2 cup black beans rinsed, drained
- 1/4 cup cilantro chopped, get fresh from your herb pod kit
- 2 tbsp lime juice equivalent to 1 lime
- 2 tsp garlic salt add more to taste or use our Salt Substitutions
- For the best flavor and cleanest produce wash your fruits and vegetables.
- Add all ingredients into a bowl and gently stir the mixture until well combined.
- Add these optional ingredients to the mixture: 1 medium sliced and diced avocado, 1 medium-size diced poblano pepper, 2 tbsp minced jalapeño pepper or to desired taste.
- Chill or serve immediately with your favorite allergy-friendly tortilla chips or pita chips. Note: Tastes best when freshly made.
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FYI: I will share with you many kitchen utensils and equipment that I use to make this recipe go quick and easy.
With that in mind, prep time on this recipe may vary depending on the kitchen equipment you use or if you cut and prep things by hand.
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Add all ingredients
in a medium-size bowl
1 3/4 cups corn
To get delicious fresh corn from the cob, I recommend slice it by hand.
Another option is you can drain and rinse about 15.25 oz canned corn with your strainer or the Extendable Collapsible Colander Strainer
1 1/2 cups fresh diced tomatoes
How to prepare tomatoes:
Most importantly, it’s a good idea to wash your tomatoes because they are a part of the “Dirty Dozen” list.
Nearly 70 percent of the fresh produce sold in the U.S. contains residues of potentially harmful chemical pesticides, according to EWG’s analysis.
1. All things considered, it’s very important to wash them thoroughly with Earth’s Natural Fruit & Vegetable Wash to clean 95% or more of the chemicals and toxins off your produce.
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2. Chop the tomatoes by hand with a knife
Or with the Food Chopper Scissors
However, you can purchase BPA-free canned diced tomatoes. Drain the canned tomatoes and add them to the bowl.
Thinly slice 1/2 cup fresh green onions
Equivalent to 4 1/2 green onions or 1 small bundle of green onions
Prepare Fresh Green Onions Option 1:
Firstly, rinse onions under cool tap water and remove any wilted part or cut off damaged green parts you don’t want. Cut off the stringy root ends and dispose of them. Secondly, you will also want to cut off 2″ or less of the green ends to get a fresh green onion to work from.
By all means, use the 2-in-1 Clever Food Chopper Cutter & Cutting Board to thinly cut your green onions right into the bowl.
Another idea is to prepare Green Onions with Option 2:
Once again, be sure to thinly slice the green onions this time by hand.
If you don’t have 2-in-1 Clever Food Chopper Cutter & Cutting Board, use your knives and thinly slice the onions. To demonstrate, I’ve included some photos to show how to layout the onions in a row on a cutting board and cut off the stringy root ends and dispose of them. Again, you can cut off 2″ or less of the green ends to get a fresh green onion to work from.
Then thinly slice your green onions with a knife. After that, add to the bowl when done.
chop or slice 1/2 cup black pitted olives
It’s important to drain the black olives from a bag or a BPA-free can.
Prepare Black Olives:
Cut to your desired size with a knife or the Food Chopper Scissors.
If you are like me and love♥ black olives, the bigger the slice the better.
1/2 cup black beans rinsed and drained
1/4 cup fresh chopped cilantro
For instance, have you considered growing your own herb garden? This Herb Seed Pod Kit has been so much fun for us and saves us tons of money. There is less waste as you clip the cilantro as needed, not to mention, always fresh for the dish. Thank you Auntie Kitty♥!!
In addition, if you love the herb garden, you will definitely enjoy these Herb Scissors. You will want to use them all the time to cut any of your fresh herbs. It is very gentle on the leaves giving you a beautiful fragrant smell and savory flavor to your meals.
2 tbsp freshly squeezed lime juice
(About 1 Lime, Does Not Have To Be Exact)
Here are some Lemon Lime Citrus Squeezer options
At this point, you can pick a ♥favorite kitchen tool below for freshly squeezing your lime juice. However, I appreciate all of them making the job easier.
2 tsp garlic salt
If you want to avoid salt, try some of our Salt Substitutions.
How to finish the Farr Better Black Bean Corn Salza dish
Congratulations, you did it. Now, gently stir and serve this delightful Black Bean Corn Salsa dish.
Enjoy serving Farr Better Black Bean Corn Salza with your favorite allergy-friendly tortilla chips or pita chips.
Fresh and flavorful additional ingredients that can be used for this Black Bean Corn Salsa
Please remember, it’s a good practice to wash your avocados and peppers before use.
1 medium avocado
Sliced and diced into the bowl
Prepare Avocado Option 1:
First, use our 3-in-1 Avocado Slicer to extract the fruit from the skin and pit.
Prepare Avocado Option 2:
Secondly, extract the fruit from the skin and pit by hand.
Open avocado by cutting it in half and use the knife to remove the nut.
Thirdly, scoop out the avocado with a spoon and add it to the bowl in sliced and diced pieces.
Diced poblano pepper to your desired taste
2 tbsp minced jalapeño pepper or more to desired taste
Moreover, if you are including these additional ingredients, gently stir all the ingredients together. Happily serve this delightful Farr Better Black Bean Corn Salza dish with friends and family.
Check out these other mouthwatering meal ideas to include the Black Bean Corn Salza Recipe
Indeed you can include this as a topping to a baguette.
For example, you can complement any wrap using it as a condiment.
In conclusion, you can use this Farr Better Black Bean Corn Salza Recipe as a…
♦ condiment or accent to burrito bowls
♦ accent to baked potatoes
♦ smother inside and on top of enchiladas
♦ great topping for veggie burgers
♦ works well in hot dishes too
It’s a very versatile dip and condiment.