On another note my amazing sister in law, Dafne, gave me some of her recipes and I'm in love with making her Pico de gallo, and thought I'd share her yummy, simple way of making it.
*Do note I am no cook and I mean no cook!- food is my biggest struggle, I just don't enjoy making it. Putting me in the kitchen for hours is like putting me in my own personal torture chamber, so this is an easy easy recipe :)
Dafne's Pico De Gallo
First you have to have a cute little helper to watch and advise you not to cut yourself every few min.:)
ROMA TOMATOESHow ever many Roma tomatoes you want in it. For our family I usually use three or four. Dice them to whatever size you prefer. I like ours fairly small but you can make them bigger for a chunkier dip.
CILANTROThan some Cilantro (It's by the lettuce heads usually-I worried about finding this cuz' I had no clue what it was at first--ya I'm no cook), I usually use half of the bunch for our fam. Cut off the very ends but don't worry about pulling all the leaves off the stems. And than just cut them as small as you can or like them-(I'm sure there is a proper way to do this, but I don't know it)
Than Onion, Diced. I usually only use two to three slices of it because Dave isn't a huge fan of onions and they can really overpower it.
This is Dafne's signature item, she puts lime juice it seems on everything and it surprisingly makes a huge difference. I usually will use half of a big lime.
Dafne uses Salt and Chicken flavored bouillon-(you can find it in the ethnicity isle--and I would recommended it, it's yummy stuff and works as a great seasoning for tons of stuff) I usually just put a few pinches of each on it.