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Roasted Corn, Black Bean & Mango Salad

Summer 2004, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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This simple, fresh-tasting salad adds delicious variety to grilled foods, such as salmon, halibut, chicken or pork. Browning the corn in a skillet gives it a nutty, caramelized flavor that contrasts with the sweetness of the mango.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I did enjoy this salad, but it is REALLY spicy. I enjoy spicy foods, but this was almost too spicy for me and I even left out a couple of the chipotle peppers! "
Roasted Corn, Black Bean & Mango Salad

16 Reviews for Roasted Corn, Black Bean & Mango Salad

05/08/2015
Anonymous

I am replying to the comment on the front of the recipe. It sounds like you used a CAN of chipotle peppers instead of just ONE pepper like the recipe calls for. More than one would definitely be overpowering but one pepper makes it perfect. I hate spice and LOVE this recipe!

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05/08/2015
Anonymous

I am replying to the comment on the front of the recipe. It sounds like you used a CAN of chipotle peppers instead of just ONE pepper like the recipe calls for. More than one would definitely be overpowering but one pepper makes it perfect. I hate spice and LOVE this recipe!

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06/10/2014
Anonymous

This is a delicious easy salad. I subbed the chipotle peppers with a fresh seeded jalapeño pepper and the spice was perfect. I served alongside grilled chicken and another summer salad but it could also be used as a salsa for chips.

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07/10/2012
Delicious!

I found this recipe a couple of years ago and have been making it consistently ever since. It is such a light/yummy snack to have with chips. I have made it without the hot peppers since my family doesn't really like spicy foods - and they all loved it and always ask me to make it. I would definitely recommend trying this recipe.

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06/20/2012
Anonymous
Best summertime salad ever!

I've been making this summer salad for years now. Just made it for a picnic with some girlfriends, they all requested the recipe. You control the spiciness by adding one or more chipotle pepper in adobo sauce. Start with just one and add to taste. Really take care and cut into a very small dice so people don't get a huge piece of pepper, I've even smashed the pepper to make it into a paste!

Sweet, spicy and fresh
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