This recipe is so versatile that it can be used as a dip, a side dish, or a main dish. Not only that, but it also goes from stovetop to oven in the same pan. It is hearty and delicious and simple to make. What could be easier?
A lime tomato salsa goes great with it. The tanginess of the lime is a nice contrast to the beans and corn. This salsa keeps well in the refrigerator. I think it just gets better the longer you marinate it.
People love tortilla chips with this dish whether or not you serve it as a dip. They add a fun factor to the meal!
Try lime-flavored tortilla chips with this dish. Their lime flavor compliments the lime in the salsa.
This recipe makes about 12 servings and leftovers heat up well in the microwave. A mini-skillet makes a fun serving presentation!
The recipe calls for pepper jack cheese on top, but I have used Mexican blend cheeses and cheddar and it was just as delicious! I hope you enjoy this recipe!