This has to be one of my easiest and tastiest dishes! 'Always a big hit around here!
First though, I make a nice big batch of My Salsa. Click HERE for that recipe or make pico your way! ;-) Fresh from the garden ingredients make any dish better!
Cowboy Caviar Recipe
5 cups of My Salsa
1 Can Black Beans, drained and rinsed
1 Cup Frozen Corn
Three ingredients. Dump those in a bowl. Stir.
Then shout Yee Haw! Grub's done! ;-) OK. You can skip the hollerin' if that feels silly! ;-) The black beans could be swapped for black eyed peas or even pinto beans.
Our favorite way for chowing down is melt cheddar cheese over some tortilla chips, then top with Cowboy Caviar, black olives and a bit of sour cream. It doesn't last long around here!
yummy! Can't wait to try itReplyDelete
Yum. Looks good! I love your title. I always have a 'herd'! Have a great week.ReplyDelete
That looks good! I am going to try that on top of nachos, next time I make them. Thanks so much for joining the DI & DI Link Party. Hope you had fun and cheers to a great week!ReplyDelete
Yum yum yum!! My hubby and I could eat our weight in this, Marci. :)ReplyDelete
Pinning and sharing.
I'm drooling!!! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Looks good! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up and don’t forget to leave a comment at the party – Next week’s features that also leave a comment get pinned and tweeted!ReplyDelete
I'm totally going to yell "yee haw- grubs done". Silly or not it sounds like fun!
This looks so good. Loved the lighting. Greetings from Dubai and have a great day!ReplyDelete
This looks delicious! Might have to give this a try #PoCoLoReplyDelete
Now, this is more like it! ;) I could do caviar this way! Thank you for sharing with us on the Art of Home-Making Mondays at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth! :)ReplyDelete
Sounds easy and yummy!ReplyDelete
I'm a huge fan of cowboy caviar!!! Thanks for sharing your recipe! :)ReplyDelete
I've a tin of black beans at the back of my cupboard I think - and sweetcorn from the allotment. You might just have tempted me to make these. Thanks for linking to #PoCoLoReplyDelete
I've seen this before Marci and have always wanted to try it. I'm definitely going to give your recipe a try. Thanks so much for linking up to Thriving on Thursdays. I'm featuring this one at tomorrow's party.ReplyDelete
We call this lovely stuff "Texas Caviar" at our house and it's one of my favorite snacks. So yummy!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing on the Taco Tuesday!ReplyDelete
Looks delicious and we have a houseful coming next weekend! Perfect timing.ReplyDelete
My husband's favorite ingredients. Looks delicious and what beautiful photography.ReplyDelete
It wouldn't last long around here either! We love this type of dish!ReplyDelete
Sounds YUMMY! Shared on Fb, G+, Pn, and Tw ♥ReplyDelete
This sounds delicious! I have a similar recipe but not nearly as easy as this one. Wish I had some now...ReplyDelete
It certainly looks like it could fee a hungry herd of coyboys. The flavors really sound like they combine well. I'll have to try it next time we have a family gathering.ReplyDelete