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South of the Border Salad

Rated as 4.21 out of 5 Stars

"'Several years ago, a co-worker gave me the recipe for this fast-to-fix summer salad,' recalls Paula Ishii of Ralston, Nebraska. 'I usually have all the ingredients on hand, so I frequently take it to potlucks when I'm short on time.'"
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Ingredients

15 m servings
Original recipe yields 8 servings

Directions

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  1. In a large bowl, combine the corn, beans, tomatoes and onions. In a small bowl, combine the remaining ingredients; add to corn mixture and mix well. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Serve with a slotted spoon.

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Most helpful positive review

Good, but I think it need more spice. I added only a pinch of salt because I did not want my dish too salty. I didn't have Rotel (which is what diced tomatoes and green chilies is) so I used one...

Most helpful critical review

nothing better than ok...and it makes more like 12-16 servings, which means it's an awful lot of "just ok" salad to have around... update: i ended up throwing away the leftovers. (something i al...

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Good, but I think it need more spice. I added only a pinch of salt because I did not want my dish too salty. I didn't have Rotel (which is what diced tomatoes and green chilies is) so I used one...

Pretty good but not spicy enough. I added some cayenne pepper and garlic to it.

This recipe is a huge hit! I'm always asked to make it for get-togethers, and often asked for the recipe. Although I am a big fan of olive oil, in this case I think using vegetable oil works out...

I love this salad and could eat it every day of the week. I love the spice, the cilantro and the cold, crunchy corn and beans. The only substitution I make is using adobo powder instead of the...

nothing better than ok...and it makes more like 12-16 servings, which means it's an awful lot of "just ok" salad to have around... update: i ended up throwing away the leftovers. (something i al...

Nice change from usual potato, macaroni, or pasta salad! I also add diced celery as other reviewer stated. And is definately better when sits overnight. Great recipe for potluck!

I really liked this salad and so did my husband (who rarely likes anything that doesn't have meat in it- unless its drowning in cheese). I added a little more salt and some chili powder and it t...

Delicious! Made this for my daughter's graduation party. This was defintely a hit, and it was very attractive served in a clear glass bowl.

Not bad, but not really good.