Recipe Spotlight: School Garden Salsa

School may be out for the summer, but this salsa recipe is a great healthy snack for your child that is full of flavor.  School Garden Salsa can be made with fresh veggies that you may even be able to find in your garden! The salsa can be eaten with chips, on top of a salad, with chicken or fish, or just on its own as a side. Kids will love to help rinse the vegetables, squeeze the limes, and help mix the salsa together!

School Garden Salsa

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Servings: 8
Ingredients:
1 can unsalted whole-kernel corn, drained
1 can black beans, rinsed and drained
4 plum tomatoes, seeded and chopped
1/2 bell pepper, seeded and chopped
1/2 medium red onion
1/3 cup minced fresh cilantro
1/8 cup lime juice
Baked tortilla chips
Directions:
1.   Combine the first 7 ingredients in a large bowl.
2.   Served with baked tortilla chips.
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Gather all your ingredients.

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Wash all vegetables thoroughly.
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Drain and rinse black beans and corn in a colander.

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Combine rinsed black beans and corn into large bowl.
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Remove seeds in center of pepper and dice into small pieces.
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Chop all vegetables in small pieces similar to the pepper.
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Combine all vegetables into bowl along with black beans and corn.

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Squeeze lime over all ingredients in bowl.

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Mix all ingredients thoroughly.
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 Serve your School Garden Salsa with baked tortilla chips!

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