Fire Roasted Tomato & Black Bean Salad

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This fire roasted tomato salad with black beans and corn is easy to make, quick, and also keeps for a long time to eat throughout the week.This fire roasted tomato salad with black beans and corn is easy to make, quick, and also keeps for a long time to eat throughout the week.

Today I want to talk about two things with you; yummy salads and The American Heart Association. Still following? Okay, let me explain. The month of February is Heart Health month. A super important month, if you ask me! One thing the American Heart Association recommends is an overall healthy eating pattern that emphasizes fruits and vegetables first. This salad is exactly that, and easy to make, quick, and also keeps for a long time to eat throughout the week.

This fire roasted tomato salad with black beans and corn is easy to make, quick, and also keeps for a long time to eat throughout the week.

Hunt’s is donating $50,000 to the American Heart Association in support of American Heart Month during the month of February. Not to mention, they’re offering ‘Buy 4 Get $1 Off’ of Hunt’s products on Ibotta. I love supporting a brand and cause I believe in, all while saving some mulah!

This fire roasted tomato salad with black beans and corn is easy to make, quick, and also keeps for a long time to eat throughout the week.

There’s really so many different ways to eat this tomato salad. You can serve over lettuce, in a wrap, or even just on its own. I like to eat it in between meals with some whole grain pita or chips. Can you say yum?!

This fire roasted tomato salad with black beans and corn is easy to make, quick, and also keeps for a long time to eat throughout the week.

Fire Roasted Tomato & Black Bean Salad
 
Ingredients
  • 1 can Hunt's Fire Roasted Tomatoes
  • 1 can Black beans
  • 2 Avocados
  • ½ an onion
  • 1 cucumber
  • ½ cup cilantro
  • 1 lime
  • Salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. Start by chopping up your ingredients.
  2. Combine all of your tomatoes, black beans, avocados, onion, and cucumber into a bowl.
  3. Next, add your cilantro.
  4. Juice one whole lime and pour over mixture.
  5. Lastly, add salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Mix well.
  7. Let sit to marinate for 4 hours before eating.

This fire roasted tomato salad with black beans and corn is easy to make, quick, and also keeps for a long time to eat throughout the week.

This salad has a ton of other added health benefits. At under 300 calories, one serving offers almost 12 grams of fiber and 10 grams of protein, so after enjoying one crunchy bite after another, you’ll feel full, satisfied, and energized. Not to mention, with such a high fiber and water content, this recipe will be the weapon you need to prevent the dreaded bloated belly.

Pro Tip:

I made one mistake when making this tomato salad, and that was using ripe avocados. Learn from this mistake and opt for harder avocados to avoid mush.


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This fire roasted tomato salad with black beans and corn is easy to make, quick, and also keeps for a long time to eat throughout the week.
This fire roasted tomato salad with black beans and corn is easy to make, quick, and also keeps for a long time to eat throughout the week.

 

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4 Comments

  1. I love this recipe! It is perfect for dinner, or just a snack in between meals! I also love how simple it is to toss together! -client

    Published February 1, 2017Reply
    • Taylor said:

      Me too! Thank you so much Amber!

      Published February 1, 2017Reply
  2. katie said:

    Made this over the weekend after I found it on your blog! It was delicious!

    ​xx katie // a touch of teal

    Published February 7, 2017Reply
    • Taylor said:

      Katie, you just made my day!! Glad you liked!

      Xx

      Published February 8, 2017Reply