Top Rated Pico de Gallo Recipes

Migas
Migas is a classic Tex-Mex breakfast dish made up of a mash of fried corn tortillas, eggs, pico de gallo, chiles and cheese. Austin's Z'Tejas Southwestern Grill is renowned for its migas dish. Z’Tejas’ chef Larkin Louro-Tully shared the recipe below and recommends using fresh, organic eggs and not overcooking them in the skillet. Seed the serrano peppers if you want to cut down on the heat.
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4.5
ground beef stuffed pepper
 This is a gluten-free, dairy-free, and low-sodium dinner dish that is easy to prepare and filled with fiber. It's so good, it'll become a family favorite after just one meal!
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4.5
Chili con Queso
Chili con queso is a staple in Texas cuisine and literally translates to “peppers with cheese.” Most queso recipes call for Velveeta, perhaps the most unpretentious cheese there ever was. Melt the cheese with milk and some veggies and you’ve got yourself a delicious dip to be served with tortilla chips or fresh-cut veggies.
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Steak fajitas
Sizzling steak fajitas are a classic staple for any Tex-Mex restaurant. You can make your own at home using marinated skirt steak grilled and served over a sizzling bed of onions, peppers and mushrooms. Roll these up in warm tortillas and top them with guacamole, pico de gallo and sour cream.
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Chicken Enchiladas
Here’s my twist on chicken enchiladas. Red sauce is great and all, but sometimes you just need a change. I topped my enchiladas with a cilantro-pepita dressing and pico de gallo, but you can definitely turn up the heat level with some serrano or habanero peppers. Pepitas are green pumpkin seeds often used in Mexican cooking and can be found in the specialty foods aisle of the grocery store (try asking for pine nuts, and they should be nearby). Click here to see Cozy Comfort Food Recipes. 
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