Fresh Tomato and Black Bean Salsa

Total Time:
20 min
Prep:
20 min

Yield:
6 to 8 servings
Level:
Easy

Ingredients
  • 4 cups chopped vine-ripened tomatoes
  • 2 cups dried black beans, cooked in salted water until tender, cooled (about
  • 2 cups)
  • 1 cup small diced red onions
  • 1 large fresh jalapeno, seed and cut into small dice
  • 1/2 cup loosely packed chopped fresh cilantro leaves
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley leaves
  • 1 tablespoon chopped garlic
  • Salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 6 tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
  • Crispy corn tortilla chips
Directions

Combine the first seven ingredients in a mixing bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Add the lime juice and olive oil. Mix well. Spoon into a serving bowl and serve with the chips.


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    This was very good. I took it to a family gathering along with a crock pot dip (cream cheese/chili/cheddar dip, and this salsa went fairly well...but everyone went nuts over the other one. I liked this a lot, but probably will keep looking for that WOW salsa for me.
    Delicious! I didn't give it a 5 star rating only because I did not follow the recipe exactly. (I never do! I had never made salsa before and used this as a base to learn from.
     

     
    I used canned black beans, less lime, and added some pineapple. Totally yummy. Can't wait to make it again with some more of my own variations!
    What a great recipe....so easy & the taste is amazing. I serve this with soft tacos & shredded Tex Mex chicken.
    This a delicious salsa that was very easy to make. It tasted great fresh and awesome the next day too. I added a little more lime (love lime!), used canned black beans, and used two cartons of cherry tomatoes (diced up). Would taste great over fajita veggies and rice.
    I made this recipe yesterday and it tastes great! I'm glad I set aside plenty of time for chopping and dicing! It took much longer than 20 minutes to prepare.
     

     
    I also added a Green Giant Extra Sweet Corn. You microwave it right in the bag, let it cool to room temperature and stir it in. So colorful!
     

     
    A teaspoon of sugar gave the salsa some gentleness.
     

     
    I made the entire batch but put it into two bowls so I could regulate the amount of Jalape?os. Now my granddaughter will have her own milder version and grandpa will be happy with the peppers.
     

     
    I'll make this recipe again with the changes I mentioned above.
    Served this and everyone loved it. I did use canned black beans that I drained and made 1/2 the recipe but did put in 2 jalapenos for extra kick.
    This was a great recipe that was enjoyed by everyone! The recipe makes more than expected. I adjusted it by using two cans of black beans, rinsed well in the strainer. I didn't have enough time to cook the beans and don't think the recipe was negatively affected. Delicious!
    This was awesome at the family picnic. My husband would like it a little hotter. Add an extra pepper. Nice change from the norm. Can use this in a lot of recipes
    My husband and I just made this tonight , we loved it,,, My kids gave it a 8 and my husband gave it a 9, as for myself , it was a 10 .leave it to Emeril to come up with a winner.
    I made this for a 4th of July party and it was gone by the dinner time! A lot of compliments. Next time I'm going to put less cilantro, as it had too much of a cilantro taste for me.
    My parents were very skeptical when they saw what I was making, but LOVE the end result. A must try!!
    yummy in my tum-Tum
    This salsa was absolutely fantastic -- the best I've ever tasted -- the flavors blended perfectly together and I couldn't stop eating it. Although I used canned black beans, it was still excellent!!
    This was very easy to make...especially with a cuisinart. The hardest part was actually boiling the beans until tender. I found that it was very bitter with the onions and cilantro. For my taste I would have added less. Unfortunately I didn't add to taste so I actually had to add some sugar to make it less bitter. But if you like the taste of onions and cilantro I'm sure it would have been great!
    Super easy and really tasty!
    loved this simple, fresh, low cal recipe! i served it over a blackened chicken salad....Delicious!
    very good highly reccomended. I get a lot of requests to make this. Made it so often I dont even need to see the recipe anymore to do it
    Wonderful fresh tasting salsa with just the right amount of jalapeno. I made it for a small family BBQ and had 3 requests for the recipe!
     
    I enjoyed this item with some lamb chops grilled with some fresh red peppers.
    IT WAS WONDERFUL I AM FROM RIO RANCHO, NEW MEXICO AND I HAVE TASTED A LOT OF SALSA BUT THIS ONE TAKES THE CAKE!!!! IT WAS WONDERFUL AND MY FAMILY JUST LOVES IT.
     
    THANK YOU!!!
     
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    CASSI WILLOUGHBY
     
    RIO RANCHO, NEW MEXICO
    This superb tasting salsa with the zip of the jalapeno peppers is wonderful! The use of lime adds a refreshing taste long after enjoying this treat. I have even lost weight while eating this salsa.
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