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I came across this recipe by accident but after reading it, decided to try it and it was delicious! The flavor combination went very well with burritos I made last night. I cut back on the jalapenos since DW doesn't care for too much 'heat' and I increased the garlic to 4 cloves since I'm addicted to the stuff. Thanks Sue L - this one's a keeper!
Tasted good. We like a bit more spice, so we left the seeds in. Needed more onion flavor though.
My best friend took this recipe home with her after trying it today!! I was afraid to add all of the jalapenos, four seemed a little extreme and after removing the seeds from one pepper, my nose and throat said it was enough... next time, my husband will probably be recruited to remove the seeds and mince one or two more!!!! One wasn't enough when it came to being able to tast it, but it was still delicious!
i have been looking for this recipe for years and it is the best. easy to make and is real good i went heavy on the garlic because i like it. mike
I really love fresh pico de gallo, and this is one of BEST. The only change I made is I diced a little onion into the mix as well. Great recipe! Thanks for shaing!
Sue L, I really love this recipe! I've been making this since I joined Zaar, and can't believe I forgot to write a review... This is just perfect to go along with fajita's, or any Mexican favorite! DH puts Pico de Gallo on his rice. Anyway you have it, this recipe is delicious! Thanks!
I made your pico as directed. Turned out great, but, more than enough for one. The easy to follow directions and common ingredients make for an easy, delicious pico. I especially like it inside the seed well of an avacado half for a wonderful looking and tasting salad for special company. Thanks for posting such a keeper, sue. jim