This sweet and tangy corn salsa is as easy to make as it is to watch disappear. With sweet yellow corn, black beans, pimentos, and bell pepper, what’s not to love?
If you’ve been paying attention, you may have spied the new CW bakeware by CorningWare in my posts this week. CW is a new line of bakeware from CorningWare that comes in an array of vibrant colors and sizes (purple, blue, green, yellow, and red & 3 quart, shallow 1.9 quart, 1.5 quart, and 20 oz.). What first excited me about this bakeware were the colors, especially the purple ;-). It didn’t hurt that they also net together for compact storage – something I battled with constantly in my apartment’s tiny kitchen.
I made a sausage and egg breakfast casserole in the blue 3 quart baker, an asparagus & wild rice casserole in the green 1.5 quart baker, and today I am sharing a recipe for an easy corn salsa displaying in the blue 1.5 quart and red 20 oz. bakers. Although this salsa does not require any oven-time, I wanted to show off that this bakeware is just as good at serving food as it is at baking. As for the salsa, the recipe is from my PhD advisor’s wife. Whenever she made it for any event and I would be found hovering over it. Under my watch, it disappeared as quickly as it was made. (similarly popular to my easy cheesy corn dip).
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P.S. For those of you wondering, I qualified in the B1 group for pickleball. There are 5 groups starting with C, B2, B1, A2 and then A1 is the best. So I’m i the middle of the pack. I was told I could easily move up to A2 with just a little more practice. Maybe in another month if I’m still without a job…
One year ago: Pear Yogurt Almond Cake with Cinnamon Brown Sugar Buttercream
EASY CORN SALSA
Makes 4-1/2 cups
2 (15 oz.) cans yellow corn, drained
1 (15 oz.) can black beans, drained and rinsed (optional)
1 (4 oz.) jar pimentos, drained
1/4 cup chopped bell pepper
1 stalk green onion, chopped
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup white vinegar
1/4 cup olive oil
- In a large bowl stir together the corn, beans, pimentos, bell pepper, and onion.
- In a small bowl, whisk together the sugar, vinegar and oil until sugar is dissolved. Pour over vegetable mixture and stir.
- Cover and chill completely in the refrigerator. Serve with Frito Scoops.
Source: Adapted slightly from Kelly Rogers.
Disclosure: I was provided with complimentary product and a $25 gift card by 3rd Floor Social. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
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I would make some lasagna!
I would make Artichoke Spinach Dip. Yum!
I think I would make mac and cheese to start.
I am totally fascinated by the idea of breakfast casseroles right now – perhaps I would make a french toast casserole with yummy cream cheese and berries? Nom!
i would make a mac and cheese casserole!
I would make everything from chicken casserole to my favorite cornbread dressing.
I would make macaroni and cheese! Great giveaway!
I’d make small batches of lasagna and cobbler.
This corn salsa is really good. Good thing because Erin and Sherrill left for 10 days to Rochester, NY and I am eating that salsa a lot when they have been gone.
I would make lasagna!
I would mostly make baked zii!
I all about egg stratas right now.
I’d make enchiladas or bread pudding.
I would make a poke cake or brownies.
Gosh, all sorts of things…pasta casserole, hot cheesy corn dip, crab dip….thanks for the chance to win.
Great give away! Something yummy for sure!! Brownies maybe
I would make a chicken and kale casserole with the large one and put the corn and black bean salsa in the next size smaller as an appetizer. These are beautiful!
Ps: I would totatlly make this salad!
This is one fresh salad!!! Summer perfect :)
I would love to make enchiladas and oven baked nachos and dip!! Thank you!
I love these bright colors!! I would make a breakfast strata in these. And your salsa looks so good! I think it would be great as a party dip with tortilla chips!
I would make a casserole for Easter. Probably a potato casserole. They are really pretty and would be a nice addition to anyones kitchen, especially mine. Thank you
i’ve been craving for a good 7 layer dip lately, so i’d make that first!
I’m thinking mac n cheese or hot dips.
This gorgeous CW bakeware would be perfect for baking and serving casseroles like mac and cheese or chicken pot pie, as well as desserts like apple crisp.
I would make strawberry fudge.
spinach and artichoke dip, green beans casserole, chicken casserole, ……. just about anything I bake, I use corningware….
I would make bread pudding!
i would make chicken enchiladas. thanks for the great giveaway, i love corningware!
I would make chicken casserole
I would make a cheesy sausage dip
I’d make a gruyere and leek macaroni and cheese dish!
I would make some buffalo chicken dip!
I’d make casseroles, dips, lasagna, etc!!! –and I love this corn salsa! so pretty!
Lasagna, Mac & Cheese and brownies…just to name a few!
I would make a veggie pot pie.
Hmmm…I think I’d make a cobbler perhaps?
Mac and cheese
thanks for the giveaway
Totally in love with this! Delish!
I would make lasagna