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Pico De Gayo is a delicious, healthy, and fresh dip to make for that next party; or as a delicious side with any Mexican meal.

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Prep Time: 25 min     Cook Time: 0 min

Ingredients:

  • 2 Tomatoes (Roma, or Vine Ripe)
  • 1/2 Yellow Onion
  • 1/2 Red Onion
  • 1 bunch Cilantro
  • 1 Jalapeño
  • 1/2 Lime (squeezed)

Directions:

  1. Dice the tomatoes (but throw out the mushy middle part of the tomato)
  2. Take the “meat” and seeds out of the jalapeño and then mince the outside of the pepper real small
  3. Dice the onions
  4. Chop the cilantro real fine
  5. Mix it all together; starting with a little bit and slowly adding more as you taste it.
  6. Lastly, top with some lime juice and maybe salt

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Tips & Tricks:

  • If you want it spicier, use some of the jalapeño seeds.
  • You can experiment with different rations of ingredients to make it taste different
  • You can optionally throw in some avocado (which makes it pretty tasty)

 

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