Salsa Salad

My last post, Lettuce Start the Day, described how to prepare lettuce and greens to easily pull together a meal. Today I thought I would share this quick salad with you. We love having  fresh salsa on hand and it is refreshing and filling over a big bed of lettuce.

salsa fresca salad shallow For me, this recipe comes together quickly because we always have washed and chopped lettuce in the refrigerator, frozen beans (cooked from dry), and corn in the freezer. To use the frozen beans I cover the amount I need in cold water and let them sit for a minute then I put them in a strainer to drain the water or if you have enough time you could simply defrost the beans in the refrigerator. If I don’t have fresh corn I use a cup of frozen corn and place it on a dry pan over medium heat until it starts to turn golden brown cialis 20 mg.

Roasted Corn on the CobFor this recipe I used mini sweet peppers, removing the seeds and slicing them into rings, but any diced bell pepper will work just as well.

We usually split this recipe between the two of us, served on lettuce, as a meal.

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2 ears of corn, roasted or 1 cup of frozen corn, roasted

2 Roma tomatoes, diced

1 avocado, small cubes

2 cup of black beans

1/4 cup cilantro leaves, chopped

1/4 cup red onion, diced

1 cup mini sweet peppers, sliced into rings (see note)

1 hot pepper, diced (optional)

Juice of 1 lime

1 TBSP champagne vinegar or white vinegar

To Prepare

Place all of the ingredients in a bowl and mix together well. Refrigerate for at least an hour before serving.



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