Glamorous Guacamole Recipes

Introduction: Glamorous Guacamole Recipes

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Avocado - Is this a fruit or vegetable? Who cares :-) Putting my thoughts aside, I chose to share some of my favorite 'Glamorous Guacamole Recipes', I promise you will enjoy. Packed with nutrition, health and the perfect taste. This will absolutely take your upcoming weekend party to the next level. I tried sharing 3 different recipes so based on the availability of these foods in your kitchen, you could choose your pick. Absolutely no cooking needed.

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Supplies

1. 5-6 fresh avocado

2. 2 lime or lemon

3. 3 big tomatoes

4. 2 mid size onion

5. Sprouts (beans) - 1 small bowl

6. 2 - 4 fresh Cucumbers

7. Yellow, Orange, Red bell peppers

8. 1 mid-size carrot

9. A bunch of fresh cilantro

10. Lettuce (few leaves)

11. A big glass bowl

12. A spoon or spatula for mixing

13. Regular salt

14. Himalayan pink salt (optional)

15. Few drops of oil (optional)

Step 1: Guacamole - Recipe 1 (Avocado, Onion, Cucumber, Tomato ++)

Avocado is a very healthy fruit packed with all the nutrition and its almost tasteless making it easier to blend with other foods. I would like share a very useful tip when it comes to keeping a cut avocado fresh without turning dark. TIP - Apply oil after cutting and this will keep it fresh and not let it get oxidized or turn black. (Image 1 & 2).

Before touching avocado, I cut (Brunoise technique) one big onion, 1 tomato, 1 cucumber into very small squares. I also cut lemons into small pieces. Refer image 5.

Starting at the top, I slit an avocado lengthwise in half and twisted carefully to separate the halves. Using a clean spoon, I removed and discarded the pit. Scooped one half in the palm to removed the flesh, discarding the skin. Repeated this with 2 more avocados. Mashed the avocados using a potato masher. Slowly chopped and placed in the glass bowl. Mixed everything on the plate as shown in image 5. Drizzled lemon juice over. Added Himalayan pink salt and now Guacamole - Recipe is ready to eat and serve. Look at the mouth-watering image 7. Doesn't this look yummy :-)

Step 2: Guacamole - Recipe 2 (Avocado, Mung Bean Sprout +++)

Avocado is a very healthy fruit packed with all the nutrition and its almost tasteless making it easier to blend with other foods. I would like share a very useful tip when it comes to keeping a cut avocado fresh without turning dark. TIP - Apply oil after cutting and this will keep it fresh and not let it get oxidized or turn black. (Image 1 & 2).

Soaked and kept mung bean for sprouting and it looks as in image 2.

Before touching avocado, I cut (Brunoise technique) one big onion, 1 tomato, 1 cucumber into very small squares. I also cut lemons into small pieces. Refer image 5. Chopped cilantro as well. See image 5.

Starting at the top, I slit an avocado lengthwise in half and twisted carefully to separate the halves. Using a clean spoon, I removed and discarded the pit. Scooped one half in the palm to removed the flesh, discarding the skin. Repeated this with 2 more avocados. Mashed the avocados using a potato masher. Slowly chopped and placed in the glass bowl. Mixed everything on the plate as shown in image 6. Drizzled lemon juice over. Added Himalayan pink salt and now Guacamole - Recipe is ready to eat and serve. Look at the mouth-watering image 6. Doesn't this look yummy :-)

Step 3: Guacamole - Recipe 3 (Avocado, Bell Peppers, Carrot +++)

Avocado is a very healthy fruit packed with all the nutrition and its almost tasteless making it easier to blend with other foods. I would like share a very useful tip when it comes to keeping a cut avocado fresh without turning dark. TIP - Apply oil after cutting and this will keep it fresh and not let it get oxidized or turn black. (Image).

Before touching avocado, I cut (Brunoise technique) one big onion, 1 tomato, 1 cucumber, bell peppers (1/4 each), carrots into very small squares. I also cut lemons into small pieces. Refer image 3. Chopped lettuce & cilantro as well. See image 3. Starting at the top, I slit an avocado lengthwise in half and twisted carefully to separate the halves. Using a clean spoon, I removed and discarded the pit. Scooped one half in the palm to removed the flesh, discarding the skin. Repeated this with 2 more avocados. Mashed the avocados using a potato masher. Slowly chopped and placed in the glass bowl.

Mixed everything on the plate as shown in image 4. Drizzled lemon juice over. Added Himalayan pink salt and now Guacamole - Recipe is ready to eat and serve. Look at the mouth-watering image 6. Doesn't this look yummy :-)

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