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I Love This and That: Guacomole

Wednesday, July 10, 2013


Nacho’s and Guacamole are probably one of our favourite {easy} snacks to have on week-ends with a glass of wine or two. You can serve the nachos as is, with the Guacamole or make a baked nacho’s platter {depending on how much trouble you want to go through and how hungry you are}

Lots of the Guacamole recipe’s that you’ll find have tomato in, but personally I don’t find that appetizing. I prefer a tomato salsa on the side and I’ll mix it myself thanks!

Guacamole is an avocado-based sauce that originates with the Aztecs in Mexico.  In addition to its use in Modern Mexican Cuisine, it has also become part of American cuisine as a dip, condiment and salad ingredient.  It is traditionally made by mashing ripe avocados with a mortar and pestle with sea salt.  

What you need:
2 ripe avocado’s {halved, stones removed and peeled}
1/2 red onion {very finely chopped}
1 small fresh chilli {deseeded, unless of course you are brave and chopped very finely}
2 garlic cloves {crushed}
Juice of half a lemon {or a small lime}
Enough ground black pepper and Malden salt {to taste}

Mash the Avocado with a fork in a bowl.  Then add all the other ingredients.  {you might want to only add half of the lime juice and chilli and taste it first}

Serve Nacho’s with Guacamole, Sour cream and Tomato Salsa.

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