Black Bean Quesadillas with Corn Salsa

  • Jaime72 Posted: 02/21/09
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    Excellent meal and you can make variations on this theme by including different ingredients in the quesadillas.

  • AmyK12 Posted: 02/06/11
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    Served this last night. It was great! I added a small can of diced green chilis and a tsp. of cumin to the bean mix. Additionally, I added a bit more cheese on top of the beans before closing the tortilla (so it would stick). To the salsa I added an anehiem chili and just before serving I added a diced avocado. My guests loved them!

  • Michelle6724 Posted: 12/10/10
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    Try using regular tomato salsa, and toast the frozen corn in a hot nonstick skillet. Stir constantly until it begins to brown, pop and smell toasty. Mix corn with the beans, some chopped red onion, cheese and, unless you're serving to small children, some seeded chopped jalapeno or chipolte pepper. Yum!

  • kelp0op Posted: 05/29/12
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    black beans quesadillas is one of my favorite for i search over the net to see more recipes of it if there is any variations. so far 3 sites i have been discover like, , and this site. its have to tell whose site is the best but one thing i only know. All sites are great!

  • gcatkids Posted: 03/01/13
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    Roasted the corn with onions as suggested by another reviewer. I was really impressed with this recipe, not only was it delicious, it was a breeze to put together and surprisingly filling. I served this with avacado slices and sour cream. This recipe is great just as is, I wouldn't change a thing other than what I previously mentioned.

  • Jazzy1 Posted: 07/11/13
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    This is easy to prepare and doesn't take too much time. Based on other reviews, I cooked the corn in a skillet with some scallions. I added cumin and canned chopped chilies to the bean mixture. It turned out so tasty. I had enough to make 5 servings. Will definitely make again.


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