PICO DE GALLO
Pico de Gallo, which originated in Mexico, is a variety of regional mixes of fresh fruits and vegetables cut into small square-like pieces. It is not a dish meant to be eaten on its own, but is instead used as a dressing. It is often eaten with salads, quesadillas, molletes, guacamole, or as a salsa with chips. The most common type is salty Pico de Gallo, which is the recipe shared here.
- 3 GoodFarms™ ROMA OR ROUND TOMATOES
- 2 SERRANO PEPPERS (SEEDS OPTIONAL)
- 8 STEMS OF CILANTRO
- ½ RED ONION
- ½ LIME
- SALT (TO TASTE)
1. CUT THE TOMATOES, PEPPERS, ONION AND CILANTRO INTO SMALL SQUARE PIECES, MIX, AND THEN PUT THEM IN A BOWL OF YOUR CHOICE.
2. SQUEEZE ON THE LIME JUICE AND THEN ADD SALT TO TASTE.
- Cutting Board