Balck Bean, Corn, And Red Onion Salad With Sundried Tomato Vinegarette

This is my take on a Tex-Mex classic. I think that this recipe makes it a little more heartier. The flavors pair really well together and the kids love it. It is also very easy to make. 

1 can. Black Beans, drained and rinsed

1 c. Corn, thawed

1/2 Red Onion, Halved and thinly  sliced

2 c. Spinach, roughly chopped

3 c. Lettuce, roughly chopped ( any lettuce you have on hand)

1/4 c. sun-dried tomatoes, Chopped and drained

4 Tbsp. sun-dried Tomato Oil ( from the jar)

2 Tbsp. White Wine Vinegar

Salt and Pepper , to taste

1/4 c. Extra Virgin Olive Oil

(1.) In a large bowl throw  in the Lettuce, Spinach, Beans, Corn, Onions, and sun-dried Tomatoes.

(2.) In a small bowl whisk together the sun-dried Tomato Oil, White Wine Vinegar, Salt, pepper and the Olive oil until well combined. pour just enough of the dressing over to moisten the salad. If you add to much it will make everything soggy. You don’t want that. When you have done that, then just toss everything together to coat well. Serve as a side dish or for lunch.

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