Top Rated Pico de Gallo Recipes

Heirloom Tomato Pico de Gallo
Whenever you have a party I bet there's a pretty good chance that chips and salsa are involved. After all, everyone loves them and few things are easier than opening a jar of salsa. However, instead of buying salsa for your next shindig, I beg you to pull out a knife, a cutting board, and the few basic ingredients needed to make your own fresh version. I made an enormous batch of Heirloom Tomato Pico de Gallo and afterward I ended up on the couch with the bowl in my lap and two kids tucked in next to me, each of us clutching a spoon, foregoing the chips and shoveling the salsa right into our mouths. If you can't find heirloom tomatoes at your local farmers' market, try your grocery. Those multi-colored, meaty jewels are just waiting to be diced up and form the foundation of this perfect salsa. Click here to see 15 Tastiest Heirloom Tomato Recipes.
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Corn Cakes with Edamame Pico de Gallo
This is Meatless Monday kicked up a notch! The warm corn cakes rested on smooth jalapeño sour cream and topped with the cool edamame pico de gallo is not only visually appealing — it is a party of fresh flavors for your palate. See all corn recipes. Click here to see Diane's Dish on... Corn.
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Vegetable Quesadilla
It’s shocking how much blood-pressure-raising sodium and belly-bulging calories are in many restaurant quesadillas. Chili's Bacon Ranch Chicken Quesadilla, for example, tallies up a whopping 1,650 calories and 3,450 milligrams of sodium (that’s double the sodium that most of us should have in an entire day, say the 2010 U.S. Dietary Guidelines). Our Pritikin Vegetable Quesadilla has just 100 calories and 95 milligrams of sodium. With Pritikin cuisine, there’s a very good chance you’ll never need blood pressure medication, or extra-large clothes.
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Fish Tacos with Mango Pico de Gallo and Napa Slaw
We think it will be pretty hard to eat just one of these tacos. It doesn't just taste delicious, though; it looks beautiful, too, with a medley of colors from the slaw and pico de gallo. After all, you eat with your eyes first.
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This recipe takes a ballpark favorite — the hot dog —and a California favorite — Southwestern flavors — to create a unique, signature dish for Angels fans to enjoy.
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This Pico de Gallo is the Real Deal
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This yummy Mexican dish is easy to make, affordable, and fast. “The ready-to-cook Adobo Chicken is perfect for anyone with a busy life,” says Safeway Executive Chef Jeff Anderson. “I can pull this dish together in under half an hour!” — Safeway Executive Chef Jeff Anderson Click here to see 10 Amazing Chicken and Avocado Recipes
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This recipe showcases Cholula hot sauce and gives a new meaning to nachos. The pulled pork gets its Kalua flavoring from the liquid smoke and sugar.
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  Go all out with your nachos this year and serve this ultimate version. You’ll find the ground beef mixture is good enough to use in your favorite chili, but you won’t be able to resist it spread on a crunchy chip and topped with oozing cheese, either. 
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Super Nacho Higante
These nachos are quick and dirty and the subject of a long-running nacho-eating contest at Worship Surf Bar, located in Atlantic City, N.J. The contestant must eat the entire nacho platter during any live televised NFL game in Surf Bar from the end of second quarter until the beginning of third quarter. The contestant may not have any help eating the platter. If the contestant finishes the entire platter, they win free tickets to the House of Blues show of their choice and the nachos are free. If the contestant fails to complete the nachos within the stated time period, they must pay the $30 for the nachos. Click here to see The Ultimate Guide to Nachos.
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Travel up to Toronto to root for the Toronto Blue Jays and you'll likely come across these nachos, which use jerk seasoning to infuse flavor in not one ingredient but two ingredients of this recipe.
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Fish Veracruz
This dish is a take on a recipe my husband used to make for me when we were dating. He worked at a sports fishing landing in San Diego while he was in graduate school, so he always had access to freshly caught fish that people didn’t want or had too much of. You can use any white, mild flavored saltwater fish — red snapper, mahimahi, sole, tilapia, and so on. I used pargo that my husband caught in Mexico. I recommend using cotija cheese, a Mexican cheese similar to feta. If you can’t find it, you could use a mild feta instead. I also recommend using a pico de gallo. Click here to see 15 Easy Fish Recipes for Summer.
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