This is so simple and uses very few ingredients but it is very good and makes very tender chicken in a wonderful sauce. I always like anything gloppy and rich.
2 Cans of Black Beans
2 Cans of Mexican Corn
2 Tablespoons of Cilantro (fresh if you can)
1/2 Jar of regular Salsa
2 Tablespoons of Chili Powder
2 Tablespoons of Veggie Oil
1 Onion (chopped)
Juice from one lemon
~add more chili powder if you can handle it:)
I usually make this for a salsa for an appetizer when we are going to someone's home for dinner or are having people over. It makes a lot so you can keep 1/2 in the fridge or it even freezes well. Then, one night of that week, I usually make a salad with cut steak seasoned w/ taco seasoning and add this salsa, cheese and ranch. This meal works great!
This week a couple of us did a miniature Fix and Freeze. Of course, we could not have "called it a day" without burning at least one pot. Our friend, Mindi, taught me a trick that I did not know. I was fascinated b/c it is easy peasy! Without further ado, today's TNT Tip for burnt pots is...
Fill the burnt pot w/ hot water and a little bit of dishwashing liquid. Throw in a dryer sheet (Bounce, Downy, etc.) and let soak for a few hours or over night. Then, scrub pot accordingly and the black scum should come right off. Who would have thought? Learn something new everyday!
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