Texas Caviar, with Lime and Cilantro
If you use canned peas, this requires no cooking. In addition to being delicious, it's full of fiber and vitamins, does not need much salt (I do not salt mine at all), and, if served with baked chips, is low-fat. It can also be eaten as a salad, served over shredded lettuce or mixed with cooked rice and allowed to marinate.
In order for this to be true Texas caviar, you must use black-eyed peas. At the time this recipe was developed, Texas was a major producer of black-eyed peas, and the recipe was promoted to highlight them. You can make it with other beans, and it will taste great, but it won't be Texas caviar.