Boil together 1 cup vinegar,however much stevia you need to sweeten it to your taste,1/4 cup olive oil (or less) and some cracked black pepper. Let this cool and drain & rinse 1 can kidney beans, 1 can black beans, 1 can white bean,1 can corn. While these are draining,chop 2 bell peppers (any color)a couple stalks celery, a couple of carrots and an onion (purple looks best) Mix these all together and refridgerate. You can alter any ingredients to you rown taste, but this approx. how I make it. If you want, you can add a tomato just before serving or add canned tomatoes even rotel. This keeps very well (esp if you omit tomato) and can be eaten as a side dish, a salad or even main dish.
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Try Allrecipies.com its a free website and has a lot of different takes on the same type of recipie.
Chickpea & Tomato Salad Toss together 1 can of drained chickpeas with 3 cups of freshly chpped tomatoes. 1/4 cup of fresh dill, and 1/4 cup of fresh basil both chopped 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil and 1 clove of minced garlic Let stand 15 minutes, then season with a sprinkle of sea salt optional and some pepper. Chill Makes 4 servings.
Kidney Bean Salad 1 can of kidney beans, drained or soaked beans 1 Tablespoon of Relish 1 1/2 Teaspoons of grated onion 2 Tbs. of mayonaise Dash of salt and pepper
Mix all together and chill a few hours. Stir before serving. When ready to serve cut a tomato open like a flower and put kidney bean mixture ontop or just serve alone as a side.
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Go to the Taste Of Home website and search "Alfresco Bean Salad". It is made with black, red and garbanzo/chickpea beans. 2/3 C serving is only 146 calories.
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I make a three bean salad but I usually use kidney beans and garbanzo beans from cans, the green beans I use are usually the frozen kind. Drain and rinse all beans well. In a bowl, combine equal amounts of white vinegar and water. Add about a tablespoon of sugar, some pepper. In this brine I put thinly sliced onions and let them sit for a while. Then I top it with the beans and mix. Let stand for several hours. This is good for days in refrigerator.
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