By: Nicole from Wonky Wonderful
Start the summer off right with Fresh Homemade Pico de Gallo that is spiked with Altos Plata Tequila. Perfect for a party appetizer or a tasty snack by the pool!
If you bring this Pico de Gallo recipe to a summer party, everyone will think that you are a kitchen rockstar! The great thing about this recipe is that if you can use a knife . . . you can make this salsa. Don't tell anybody how easy this really is to prepare. Make them think you slaved away in the kitchen making authentic pico de gallo.
What makes this Pico de Gallo unique is the addition of Olmeca Altos Tequila Plata . Just enough to give it the aroma and essence of tequila.
Altos Tequila Plata is the shining star of this dish. It is made from 100% agave grown in the Los Altos highlands of Mexico. The creators, Henry Besant and Dre Masso noticed a gap in the tequila market so they partnered with Maestro Tequilero Jesus Hernandez to create high quality tequila that is accessible to all types of fans.
You may just end up eating this Pico de Gallo with a spoon! Not that I personally would know anything about this. Of course not.
Make the simple shredded chicken for tacos and this transforms from an appetizer to a meal!
Tequila Pico de Gallo
Fresh Vine Tomatoes
Jalapeno - stem, vein and seeds removed, finely chopped
Small Red Onion - finely chopped
Garlic - finely chopped
Olmeca Altos Tequila Plata
Chopped 2 pounds
Mix all ingredients and serve.
Chicken Boneless, Skinless Breast
Preheat oven to 375◦F
Place chicken breasts in small roasting dish.
Coat chicken with olive oil and taco seasoning.
Cover dish tightly with foil.
Bake 30-35 minutes or until chicken is cooked through.
Shred chicken and serve on a warm tortilla topped with Pico de Gallo.
Nicole from Wonky Wonderful
I am your average food obsessed gal, always thinking about my next tasty bite. Plotting and planning new and creative ways to prepare food for my family. I am a self taught cook that loves to experiment in the kitchen. I spend my time creating recipes then testing them out on my family and friends. That either makes them lucky or unlucky depending on the day and the recipe!