This is a nice alternative to a more tomato-centric salsa, and a nice change of pace. It's good scooped up with chips, used to top tacos or nachos, or scooped onto a bed of greens as a cold salad. I usually dice up an avocado and throw that in, if it's going to be eaten in one sitting by a large group (avocado will brown if it sits too long, even with the acidic vinegar and spices). I have also done it with one can of black beans, one can of blackeyed peas, and it's good either way. As with most Tex-Mex-ish things, I've found it to be worth the additional effort to grind fresh cumin from seeds if you have a mortar/pestle or molcajete. The difference in flavor is stunning.
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This is a nice alternative to a more tomato-centric salsa, and a nice change of pace. It's...