Sour Cream & Queso Fresco over Black Beans – $.73

Remember that cucumber jicama slaw we made? Well you’ll need that for this quick meal. It tastes awesome on just about anything you’d put salsa on, like tacos or nachos- it’s fresh, crunchy and spicy.

Warm up some black beans using whatever warming method you prefer. I just pop mine right from the can into a bowl into the microwave. Spoon  the beans out on the plate. Then a wee little dollop of sour cream.

Then with the slaw.

I topped the plate with queso fresco, a mild crumbly cheese you can get at just about any grocery store and fresh avocado. Feel free to go crazy with this meal though; add rice, meat, and any veggies you want! Doesn’t look all that fancy, but it suuuuure was good.

  • 1 Serving Black Beans – $.20
  • Sour Cream & Cheese – $.20
  • 1/2 Serving cucumber jicama slaw – $.15
  • 1/4 Avocado – $.18
  • 1 Serving – $.73

About Ande Truman

Ande has made mistakes in the kitchen since she could reach the countertop. From a restaurant head cook, to cooking meals for friends, to her own solo plate, experimenting & learning drives her. She's also a freelance graphic & web designer, photo/videographer, guitar player and wanderlust-er. In her spare time, she works a full-time 8 to 5 cubicle job. She's the creator of Broke & Healthy.

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Categories: Avocado, Black Beans, Cilantro, Cucumber, Green Onions, Jalapenos, Jicama, Latin, Lime, Queso Fresco, Recipes, Recipes by Ingredient, Sides, Sour Cream, Vegetarian

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  2. The avocado looks like it pulls everything together. It's nice to see how you use your leftovers! Once I had a lot of leftover slaw with cilantro and green onions (no mayo), which I sauteed and mixed with noodles for a veggie lo mein. That was good and felt resourceful 🙂