The Best Guacamole. Ever.

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Hey Guys! Introducing the best recipe, ever, for guacamole.  The secret is green salsa instead of red.  Yum!

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Step 1: Ingrediants

Heres what you need:
  • green salsa
  • half an avocado
  • a fork
  • a knife
  • a bowl

Step 2: Preparing the Avocado

Well, as avocados don't come naturally split in half, take the knife and cut it in half the long way.  Take one half and cut it in a grid pattern to make it easier to remove.  Use the fork or knife to pry it out of the peeling into a bowl.  Cover the other half of the avocado and put it in the fridge.  One half makes just the right amount for one person.

Step 3: Mush!

No.... I don't think you are a sled dog.  Not that kind of mush:) Take the fork and mush the avocado.  It should be really nice and creamy.  Now add about half as much green salsa as there is avocado.  Mix it in, then taste the guacamole.  It might need more salsa, just keep adding some until you like the flavor.  Don't worry it's not rocket science:)    

Step 4: Eat. or Else.

Time to eat:) (best part;)  Just use you favorite tortilla chips to scoop it up and eat.  It's a great snack that tastes really good, and is good for you too.  Enjoy! 

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    Ed Zinid

    6 years ago on Introduction

    @SunFlow3r
    My pleasure. =)
    Works wonders with my guacamoles. I'm from Brazil, but I'm pretty sure it works with all kinds of avocado.

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    Ed Zinid

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Not sure how well known this is, but if you are making guacamole a few hours in advance, clean the 'skin' off the seed and keep the seed in the middle of the bowl.
    It will stop the guacamole from going brown.

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