Introduction: Plain Ol' Guacamole
For the Last month or so i have been making Guacamole, at least once a week and i´m still not sick of it.
Which is unsurprising since it is such a delicious and healthy avocado based dip.
You should definitely give this recipe a try since it is such an easy, quick and healthy snack.
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Step 1: Ingredients
You will need:
- The Juice of half a lime
- One Small-Medium Onion
- 2 Tablespoons minced chilly
- 2 Tablespoons chopped cilantro
- Salt to taste
- a couple of Diced cherrytomato
- And 2 Avocados
As a quick side note:
Feel free to play with the ingredient amounts.
I never mesure ingredient amounts when i cook.
Step 2: Preparation
Preparing the Onion Pepper Mixture:
Just add your diced onions and Peppers in to a Mortar and Grind it up until it reaches your desired texture. You Should also add a bit of salt to your mix to make the Grinding Process a bit easier. And no you cant skip this step since this is, in my opinion crucial for a great Guacamole. It defuses the sharpe and raw taste of the Onion and makes it sweeter.
Soooo... just do it.
It dosnt´t take that long.
Preparing the Avocados:
Just cut them up as shown it the Gif and Throw the into a Bowl. Easy Enough Right ?
Step 3: Mixin It Up
Mixin the guacamole:
the only skills required for this procedure is "the ability to use a Fork" which i will assume you have already mastered.
- First you add your onionpepper mixture too the Avocado´s and mix it for a bit.
- Mix in the parsley while you are at it
- Once you mix it roughly together just add Limejuce and Tomatos to taste.
- Mix it and taste again for salt and acid
Congratulations you made guacamole
Step 4: Enjoy
I really hope you give my Recipe a try soon.
And please let me know how your version turned out!
Step 5: Side Note
I know Plain ol' guacamole sounds a bit boring but for my First Recepy i think it will suffice...
Also feel free to tell me what you would add to this guac to make it even better !
And maybe one day my Guacamole Recipe will even out do Jeb's Guac...