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I have discovered since my kids are at school that, when left alone for lunch during the day, I have a terrible tendency– I eat like a teenager ravaging through the pantry with no cooking skills. Sigh. A few more weeks of this will not be kind to my waistline. I decided last week that I need to start making better lunch meal choices, even if there is no one here to see! With a few Frontera® taco bowls in the freezer and this five minute pico de gallo on my side, I’m reforming my lunch.
In just a few minutes, anyone (even those with minimal cooking skills) can make this Pico de Gallo recipe to pair with a taco bowl or fajita bowl.
- (2) large tomatoes
- (1) small onion
- (1) lemon
- Pink Himalayan sea salt
- Fresh cilantro
Rinse the onion, tomatoes, cilantro, and lime.
Dice the onion. Place in a large bowl.
Slice the tomatoes. Cut out the seeds out from inside. Sometimes, I find it more time-savings to “punch” the seeds out into a plastic bag. Dice the tomatoes. Place them in the bowl with the onion.
Using herb shears, cut the cilantro. I’m using approximately 1/4 cup of fresh cilantro, but the great thing about this recipe is that you may use as much (or as little) as desired, according to your taste for cilantro. Place the cilantro in the bowl.
Cut the lime in half. Squeeze the juice from both lime halves into the bowl. Place approximately 1/8 tsp. pink Himalayan sea salt into the bowl. Stir all the ingredients together thoroughly.
I store my pico do gallo in a large mason jar. Refrigerate the pico de gallo for at least 3 hours for all the flavors to combine, but you can also eat it straight away. I typically do! 🙂
I can even whip up this pico de gallo while my Frontera® Chicken Fajita Bowl cooks. Established in 1996, Frontera Chicken Fajita Bowls are made with fire-roasted poblanos and chipotle chiles. It’s a classic Mexican dish that tastes great over rice. The Frontera Barbacoa Taco Bowl is also just as tasty.
Locate Frontera bowls in the frozen foods section at your local Kroger or Kroger banner store. I found it with the entrees.
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