Cowboy Caviar

*Originally Posted September 2009 – With the SuperBowl coming up soon, I thought this was a must re-share for new readers. It’s one of our most favorite fresh homemade chunky salsas. My photography/food styling sure has come a long way over the years too! Take a look at the difference in these two photos…then and now. Same recipe and yet the photo can make all the difference!

YEE-HAW! Howdy Lil’ Ladies! Today’s fixin’s is one of my fave-or-ites. It’s as fine as cream gravy. No sense holdin’ your horses, let’s Giddy Up!

With a name like cowboy caviar, I just can’t help myself with the “cowboy talk.”

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Cowboy Caviar

5 Medium Tomatoes – chopped
2 Green Onions – sliced thin
1 Big Bunch of Cilantro
1 Avocado – chopped
1 Can of Corn – drained & rinsed
1 Can of Blackeyed Peas – drained & rinsed
1 Package Good Seasonings Italian Dressing – Add in Dry as is

Mix all together.
Served with chips, it’s the whole kit and caboodle.

cowboy caviar

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Comments

  1. 1

    I make something very similar. I just use more beans. Black, garbanzo, red, pinto, and kidney. We all love it. It is a common request from friends and family.

  2. 2

    LOVE cowboy caviar!

  3. 3
    Ferrara Family says:

    Love it… I'm so making this for Ty :)
    On your suggested YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE:… Do you have that cake/cookie pan???

  4. 4

    That looks good enough to eat.

  5. 5

    That is so yummy. Someone brought it to an Enrichment cookout over the summer. It was the hit of the party!

    XOXO
    Jen

  6. 6

    umm, that makes me hungry. i add a little feta to mine. i love feta.

  7. 7

    I have a recipe like this and I love it.

  8. 8

    this stuff is CRAZY good!

  9. 9

    This looks so fresh and appetizing. I LOVE cowboy cavier. Black eyed peas are one of my favorite foods. Thanks for sharing. (i found you via classy clutter link up).

  10. 10

    This looks delicious, but I recently noticed that Good Seasons is no longer gluten free. They changed their formula last year and now have dried soy sauce which contains wheat. A total bummer for the Celiacs in my house!

    I will have to try this recipe with something else, because it just looks so good!
    I also need to contact Good Seasons and beg them to lose the gluten!

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