Black Bean Salad
Black bean salad as a side dish brings a boost of energy to your table. From corn-and-black-bean salad to black-bean-and-rice salad, these easy, nutritious recipes make perfect sides for weekday meals and company alike.See Popular Black Bean Salad Recipes
Pace® Pico de Gallo adds a burst of flavor to this simply fresh salad combining prepared bulgur wheat, black beans, corn and cilantro.
Breaded turkey cutlets are served with a quick-fix salad and a homemade yogurt dressing to make this summer meal.
Ken Oringer believes chefs need to make a point of eating healthy dishes when they can, so he includes protein-rich quinoa in his diet at least three times a week. Here he mixes the grain with black beans, onions and peppers to make a hearty and very satisfying side dish that's a fun variation on prosaic five-bean salad.
Baked bean traditionalists may be surprised by this cool twist on the classic recipe, but they'll go for its hearty flavor. This recipe is as ideal to transport to a picnic or potluck as it is to serve at home.
A simple corn and bean salsa is a healthy snack for kids. Serve with corn chips or baked tortilla chips.
Peasant fare--sourdough bread, tomatoes, beans and green onions--become a substantial supper fit for any table.
Edamame, black, and red beans give this popular side-salad enough protein to serve as a meatless main dish. Replacing the sugar used in the dressing with Stevia In The Raw cuts down on calories and carbs.
Tomatillos look like small green tomatoes surrounded by a papery husk. They're common in Mexican cuisine, and their refreshing flavor is great either raw or cooked.
A protein rich salad ready in ten minutes and made with items from your pantry.
Here's an Asian seasoned corn and bean side salad that's quick and easy to make.
In this main-dish salad, red pepper and cumin add spice while black beans bring protein to the mix. Serve it with crusty bread for a cool meal on a hot day.
If you like spicy heat, leave the ribs of the chile intact; cut them out for less incendiary flavor.
Hearty enough to serve on camping trips, but light and refreshing enough for picnics, this is the perfect make-and-take salad all of your outdoor adventures.
This easy side dish is high in heart-healthy fiber because of its three main ingredients--beans, apples, and cabbage.
15% fewer calories, 30% less fat, 68% more vitamin A than the original recipe. Bean salad gets sassy and healthier, too.
Toss together a batch of super-quick croutons--flavored with chili powder and cumin--and sprinkle them atop a colorful southwestern bean, corn, and tomato salad.