guest post: quick and easy pico de gallo

hi friends! i’m very excited to introduce you to a fabulous blogger and guest writer here on my little corner of the internet! rachel’s blog,¬†RachMariePR, is incredible– i highly recommend checking it out! she blogs about everything from fashion, to food, to friends, and fellow bloggers :)

here is her amazingly yummy pico de gallo recipe, and i am making it as we speak! (well, shortly before typing this..)

i will be posting more of rachel’s yummy recipes soon, and hopefully we will be seeing more of her here in the future!

Rachel’s Perfect Pico de Gallo

Who doesn’t love a quick and easy salsa recipe?! Here is my delicious recipe for a very quick and easy pico de gallo. It is pretty darn good, if I do say so myself. Every time I bring this salsa along to a gathering of friends or family, or any one tastes it, everyone raves about it and can’t get enough. Try it out and let us know what you think!

I use all of these ingredients to taste – I LOVE cilantro and red onion so you may decide you want less of each, but I have included a guideline for how much of each I use.

1 Red Onion
Cilantro – to taste
6 Tomatoes
1 tbsp Lime Juice
3 cloves of Garlic minced
Salt and Pepper – to taste
3-4 Jalapeno Peppers
1-2 Serrano Peppers

Chop the onion, cilantro, tomatoes, and peppers. Put everything into a bowl and mix together while adding garlic, lime juice and salt and pepper.

Tip: When I cut the tomatoes I cut the juicy, seedy center out and do not add to the salsa.



    • says

      IT. WAS. SO. GOOD! I am not a huge cilantro lover, so i added less of that mine, (my hubby added more to his bowl…yes we had our own bowls…) and it was delish! i ate it up in about 10 minutes :) Thanks for sharing it! so simple yet SO tasty!

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