Southwest Black Beans and Corn Salad

$15.00

Southwest Black Beans and Corn Salad

(14 customer reviews)
4.93 out of 5 based on 14 customer ratings

$15.00

161g

How about another luxe lunch: a scrumptious mix of black beans, sweet corn, white onion, tomatoes, jalapeno peppers and chopped coriander and Packit Gourmet’s special seasoning blend. Included for extra taste and fun are sachets of vinegar, organic extra virgin olive oil, crunchy bits of corn tortillas and Monterey Jack cheese. Add a spicy finish with the Cholula hot sauce provided. Cold water only required.

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14 reviews for Southwest Black Beans and Corn Salad

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Soooooooo good! This was hands down my favourite lunch/dinner meal. Great flavour and texture and a very generous serve. Greay advice from Gail and Ian to add cold water at the start of the day and it was perfect by lunch time!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    JMCoveney

    Delicious and filling! So easy to prepare and a large serve. Corn chips sprinkled on top was the icing on the cake.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jane Iacono

    Our best lunch on the track. We added the water before we set off and it was just perfect for lunch. A wholesome, healthy and delicious meal. A generous serving size too which was great after a big day of walking. Thanks for the tip on getting this one Gail & Ian!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    challengept@bigpond.com

    Seriously this was the absolute best and a must pick for your trip! Tasty, easy to prepare. Generous serve.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    John Pohl

    Very tasty and very satisfying while being easy to prepare. Just added the water , went on the hike while it was rehydrating in my pack added the extras. Very simple.
    Highly recommended

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Erin van der Wyk

    We thought this Texan Mexican was delicious. Had it for lunch, and all we had to do was add some water to it an hour before we were planning to eat and let it rehydrate in our pack while continuing our walk. Loved the flavour and option to add chilli spice.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Melissa Manning

    This was my favourite meal on the hike. We ordered three serves and made it for dinner then had the left overs for lunch the next day with an extra tortilla each. It was the best reward when we stopped for lunch at the end of Cape Huay point.
    We’ll be making our own version at home and will definitely order this again next time we hike.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jill Price

    Add water at breakfast time, carry and serve in some wrap bread at lunchtime……colourful, crunchy and appealing. A great experience to sit back and have such a tasty meal sitting on a rock with such stunning scenery.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    stephanie

    This was very tasty. I had it warm on one occasion as we were able to eat lunch at the hut. Not quite as good cold but still nice

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Alli

    One of the top two, great flavour. Easy to prepare. Make sure that you have a means of converting ounces though… hard to know how much water you need if there’s no signal. Luckily most sites have some form of measuring cup but often just a half or a third, not calibrated. Don’t let that put you off though, this one is great.

  11. Rated 4 out of 5

    vicki macpherson

    I didn’t purchase this particular meal but another walker was enjoying it. It looked great and far better than the options we had chosen from another provider. I didn’t choose it in the first instance because I took the picture literally and presumed it was provided as whole veg which I didn’t want to carry. Of course it comes dried and the advice of my walker friend, as provided by gear and gourmet, was to rehydrate before setting off for the day, re-seal and then add dressing when ready to eat. With hydration it looked fresh and had a very appealing texture, far more attractive than the meals I had been having. Definitely be purchasing 3capes gear and gourmet food next time!

    • Gail MacCallum

      Thanks so much for the feedback, Vicki – and for a meal you didn’t even get to eat! We’ve been very tardy about putting up all the pictures we’d like to – one arty plate of ingredients, one shot of the pack, and one finished meal … your comment has sent us rushing to fix, so hopefully most meals are a bit clearer now …

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I’m not really that keen on black beans, but this mix was very good!
    Tasty and easy to make.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jenny WIlson

    This was one of my favourite meals and even thought of buying some to bring home to Perth.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sophie N

    One of our favourites!! The corn chip crunch was an extra bonus. The kids loved it too. Making it in the bag saved on getting dishes out and was easy. Definitely on the list to take. I wish we had had more.

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Southwest Black Beans and Corn Salad: Black Beans. Super sweet corn. Roasted Super sweet corn. Monterey Jack cheese ( pasteurised milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes). Evaporated cane juice. Tortilla chips (stone ground corn, canola oil, salt lime. Organic seasoning ( organic onion, organic garlic, organic carrot, organic parsley, organic black pepper, organic red bell pepper, organic tomato granules, organic orange peel, organic parsley, organic bay leaves, organic thyme, organic basil, organic celery, organic lemon peel, organic oregano, organic savoury, organic mustard seed, organic cumin, organic marjoram, organic coriander, organic cayenne pepper, citric acid, organic rosemary). Cumin seed. Lime powder (maltodextrin, lime juice, lime oil). Red onion. Onion. Chipotle seasoning (salt, garlic, sugar, red bell pepper, paprika cumin, chipotle powder and oregano). Garlic. Sea salt. Green pepper. Celery. Cajun seasoning (salt, red pepper, black pepper, chili powder, garlic, silicon dioxide). Paprika. Ancho powder. Tomato. Cilantro. Jalapeno pepper. Black peppercorns. Shallots. Tomatoes (tomatoes, tomato juice, citric acid, calcium chloride).

We adore Mexican, Tex-Mex and Southern American food, so imagine our delight at finding Packit Gourmet of Austin, Texas. “Our roots are in the deep South regions of the United States; but our travels have exposed us to flavours worldwide,” says Packit Gourmet co-founder Sara Welton. “That being said, most of the flavours you’ll find in our meal offerings are inspired by our own home-cooking experience and the comfort foods that we enjoy best ourselves.” We’re wild about their flavours; we continue to work our way through the range and are yet to find a dud. We regard Packit Gourmet as our premium freeze-dried range. Only downside: the food miles! We apologise for that, and the freight costs that go with it, but urge you to give this wondrous lightweight food a try.

 

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Weight161 g