Pico de Gallo

Another fabulously delicious 0 point value recipe to share today! This weight watcher pico de gallo recipe is so fresh and tasty, and yet so incredibly HEALTHY! Loaded with fiber, vitamins and antioxidants, this homemade salsa recipe beats a store bought brand any day. It tastes SO much better than all the preservative filled ones that you buy in a jar. And the fact that you can eat quite a bit of this without using any of your Weight Watchers Points is a huge plus! This salsa recipe is perfect to serve with some baked tortilla chips for a low calorie, healthy Weight Watchers snack. Try it over a baked potato, or on top of an egg white omelet! If you are following the Weight Watchers program, this pico de gallo recipe will be a fabulous addition to your collection of Weight Watchers recipes. Enjoy!

Pico de Gallo Salsa Recipe

Ingredients:
– 4 medium ripe tomatoes, chopped
– 1/2 cup finely chopped red onion
– 2 chile peppers, mild or hot, seeded and finely chopped (I used jalapeno)
– 2 tbsp chopped bell pepper
– 1/4 cup finely chopped fresh cilantro leaves (no stems)
– 1 tbsp fresh lime juice
– salt and pepper, to taste

Directions:
In a medium sized bowl, combine all ingredients.

Entire recipe makes 4 servings
Serving size is approx 1/2 cup
Each serving = 0 point value

This recipe was created by Gina’s WW Recipes.

4 Comments

  1. Victoria Raw Reply

    Nice with baked wonton skins and if you use Frylight not oil they are 70 kcals for 3. 
    http://easywontonrecipe.com/baked-wonton-chips-with-sesame-seeds/

  2. jalal salman Reply

    i like mexican food i need how make sour sauce and pico de galo and guacamole sauce fried beans and burritto thanks

  3. This pico is just like what Giant Foods in the Balt-Wash area calls their house brand salsa. It is wonderful.

    Your mango salsa was a close match.

    Will your salsa verde (mostly tomatillos) be the next match? One can only hope.

  4. Yes, it's absolutely awesome on anything; being of Mexican heritage, we grew up on this stuff! The only thing I add different, is garlic, and I find it only enhances the flavor!

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