Sweet Texas Caviar

This is my Version of Texas Caviar. I took 3 different recipes, made them, then tweaked them.  This is what I think is a perfect combination.  I’ve made this a few times and taken it to parties and everyone LOVES it.
Try it out and let me know what you think!
 texas caviar
•          1 can of pinto beans, drained
•          1 can black-eyed peas, drained
•          1 can of shoepeg corn (white corn)
•          1 jalepeno pepper
•          1 Vadalia onion, chopped
•          1 small red onion (if you can’t find a small one, only use 1/2)
•          1 green pepper
•          1 red pepper
•          1 yellow pepper
•          1 orange pepper
•          1/4 cup oil
•          1 tsp black pepper
•          1 cup sugar (you can use Splenda for less calories)
•          3/4 cup cider vinegar
1. Start by chopping up all of the peppers, onions, and jalepeno and place in a large bowl.  NOTE: if you’re not a fan of jalepeno peppers then cut them up very small.  These must be added to off set the sugary taste.
2. Add the pinto bean,  black-eyed peas and showpeg corn to you pepper and onion mix.
3. Now add the oil, black pepper, sugar, and vinegar in a saucepan.  Bring to boil to dissolve the sugar and then let cool.
4. Mix all the ingredients together and let sit in fridge overnight.
5. Enjoy!

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