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Smoky Corn & Black Bean Pizza

June/July 2006

Your rating: None Average: 4.4 (191 votes)

The secret to a grilled pizza is having all your ingredients ready to go before you head out to the grill. Make it a meal: Toss the extra black beans, diced tomato and some avocado with prewashed salad greens and a tangy vinaigrette and dinner is on the table in no time.



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"This was awesome!!! I used whole wheat pre-made crusts, cooked them for 6 mins in a 425 oven, then used salsa instead of BBQ sauce and added a little cumin to the tomato mix. Baked for 20 mins then broiled for a couple to crisp up the...
Smoky Corn & Black Bean Pizza Recipe

21 Reviews for Smoky Corn & Black Bean Pizza

06/29/2014
Anonymous

A nice blend of flavors. I added some cilantro on top as a garnish.

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06/29/2014
Anonymous

A nice blend of flavors. I added some cilantro on top as a garnish.

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01/07/2013
Anonymous
So good!

I needed somthing I could make for myself that was quick, easy, and healthy so I swapped out the pizza crust for a whole wheat tortilla and threw it in the oven for about 10 minutes on 400 degrees. It was perfect and really tasty. The only thing I would do differently next time is add some green on top in the form of fresh parsley or green onions.

Easy, Filling, Delicious
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06/14/2012
Anonymous
Loved it!

After reading the other reviews I decided to make half with salsa and half bbq sauce. I put the same veggie mixture on both sides, pretty much what the recipe called for along with green onion. Then I combined mozzerella and smoked gouda and sprinkled fresh cilantro on top. I also sprinkled parmesan after it was baked.
I'm sure Iincreased the calories but W.O.W. it was so good!

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04/09/2012
Anonymous
Delicious!

Even my "must-have-meat-in-every-meal" boyfriend loved this, whole wheat crust and all! Will definitely be making this again.

Easy, Filling, delicious
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