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Black Bean Croquettes with Fresh Salsa

January/February 2008

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Staples like canned black beans and frozen corn transform into spicy croquettes in mere minutes. Serve with warm corn tortillas, coleslaw and lime wedges.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This recipe is delicious. i made it two days ago, followed the directions to a t, and didn't have a problem with moistness or shape retention. It could have had a bit more flavor, but over all it was amazing. I'm actually making it again...
Black Bean Croquettes with Fresh Salsa

62 Reviews for Black Bean Croquettes with Fresh Salsa

09/23/2009
Anonymous

My husband and I loved this dish. I used fresh whole wheat bread crumbs which worked really well. The salsa is especially tasty, and very simple to make!

AR, Hamden, CT

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Another great recipe. Although we found the corn to dry out a bit. Flavor was wonderful.

Anonymous, Long Beach, CA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

What a delightful cacophony of flavor. I did the Mexican Coleslaw with it and served with warmed corn tortillas. Squeezing the wedges of lime on the croquettes added another layer to the complexity of the flavor symphony.

Jeff Steely, Campbelltown, PA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Amazing! One of their best recipes yet! I will definitely add this to my weekly menu. The croquettes are fantastic by themselves, the salsa just makes them that much more delicious!

Anonymous

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

I made this 2 nights ago for my dinner group and using my food processor really cut down on prep time! I first used the processor to chop the tomatoes, then without rinsing the bowl, used it for mashing the black beans. I made the recipe as directed otherwise and it was delicious! I expect that it could be frozen for future meals, but I am unsure how to do that. Suggestions?

Sue, Burlington, VT

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