What Does The Food "Pico De Gallo" Mean?


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You're going to laugh, but Pico de gallo is Spanish for "rooster's beak". It's the term generally referring to a fresh condiment made from chopped tomato, onion, and chiles (typically serranos or jalapenos).

Other ingredients may also be added to the salsa, such as lime juice (or lemon), fresh cilantro (leaf of coriander), avocado, cucumber or radish. Hope this helps.

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