Wow, it’s been way too long since I’ve posted a black bean recipe! Since black beans are one of my favorite foods and what inspired the name of this blog, I figured it was time for another black bean recipe. This black bean salsa is super easy to make, relatively healthy, and only takes about 5 minutes from start to finish. It would probably taste even better if you made your own salsa from scratch, but then it would take a little longer to make. This recipe is courtesy of my boyfriend and his sister. It will definitely be a part of our snack rotation here from now on. It tastes wonderful with tortilla or pita chips. 🙂
easy, peasy black bean salsa
1 can of organic black beans
2/3 cup of salsa (we used On The Border Medium Salsa)
1. Drain and rinse a can of black beans.
2. Put the uncooked and rinsed black beans and 2/3 cup of salsa in a food processor.
3. Puree the black beans and salsa until relatively smooth.
3. Store the salsa in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
While this salsa is delicious, I’d still have to say homemade black bean burgers are my favorite way to eat black beans. I posted a recipe for black bean burgers previously if any of you are curious . I’m thinking of making black bean brownies in the near future and featuring them on this blog, but we will see! I am always searching for new recipes using black beans so stay tuned. 😛 Have a great night everyone!
Have any of you ever had black bean salsa before? Also, do any of you have any recipes for homemade salsa you’d be willing to share with me? If so comment here or email me at email@example.com.
3 thoughts on “Tasty Tuesday #4: easy, peasy black bean salsa”
I’m trying the same with chickpeas :), hope that’s fine…
Of course it is. 🙂 Let me know if it is good! I’ve always think of traditional hummus (chickpeas and tahini) when I think of chickpeas, but maybe they taste good with salsa too.
Will try the recipe both ways with hummus and simple mashed chickpeas..