Holy Guacamole!

As promised….here is my guac recipe.  I really don’t think guac is all that hard.  It comes down to taste preferences and correct seasoning if you ask me.  I have definitely had some guac that is better than others, for sure, but I also think it’s usually just a matter of salt.guac

Here is what I include and how I do it.

  • Avocados
  • Red onion
  • Garlic
  • Cilantro
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • *in the summer I sometimes add fresh off the vine tomatoes, but I only do that when they’re available. I don’t eat tomatoes from the grocery store

The avocados are the bulk of guacamole.  Everything else is just to taste as far as I’m concerned.  I typically put in a lot of onion and cilantro because that’s how I like it!  If you don’t like those as much, put in a little less.  Here’s what my bowl looked like before I mashed it all up.

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It was pretty much, 2 whole avocados, 1/5 of a red onion finely chopped, 1 big garlic clove, 1/3 big bunch of cilantro finely chopped, 1/2 lime, S&P to taste.  I don’t overdo it on the lime, S&P at first, I do a little and then taste it and then add more.  This time I added more of all 3.

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That’s it!  There she is in all her glory.  I made this after I ate so I wouldn’t devour the whole thing, but don’t get me wrong, it certainly won’t last long.  I love guacamole!  I’m definitely going to be eating it with Siete Foods Tortilla Chips. I talked about my love for them here.

If you’re making tacos tonight for Taco Tuesday, give this a try as a side. It’s quick easy and delish!

Cheers!

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