Somewhere in the world there is a fiesta going on. It's sure not in this neck of the woods. Fall has settled in. Most of the colorful leaves of a few weeks ago have flown away. I love those wind storms we get only because they save me from doing any raking. The leaves are usually nicely blown into neat piles around the yard. The weather is noticeably cooler with storm clouds hovering over the mountaintops.
So why am I putting this recipe on my blog? It seems so inappropriate for the weather. Everyone is busy making Halloween costumes or making concoctions where pumpkin plays the starring role.
One reason is that it has been on my featured recipes list long enough and it's also super easy to throw together. Healthy too! You can always offset it with a few snickers bars, tonight! So if you're in a bind for time make this any time of the year.
1 cup black beans
1/2 c red pepper, chopped
2 T onions, cut up
1 T chipotle hot sauce
1 T fresh lime juice
salt & pepper to taste
1 c roasted corn, or cooked frozen will do.
1/2 c chopped cherry tomatoes
1 handful chopped parsley
1 handful chopped cilantro
Mix all the above in a bowl, refrigerate for an hour or longer. Ole!