June 5, 2017

Easiest (& Healthy) Guacamole

There are few things I enjoy more that a rock star guacamole. Since guacamole is so easy to make, I don’t often buy pre-made guac because I find there are unnecessary added ingredients & the flavor is just isn’t the same.

The real question is this: How has it taken me this long to post about this guacamole recipe that I’ve been making for YEARS?!!

WHAT A SHAME.

The issue here is not eating all the guac before it’s supposed to be served but here’s the deal- I’m doing my due diligence in taste-testing. In fact, I’m doing a service in taste testing for others. People should be thanking me for taste testing and ensuring it’s suitable to consume, despite the fact that there is usually quite of bit less remaining for others to eat. That’s the sacrifice and part of the service. You are welcome.

So here’s the deal, I prefer an easy guacamole. Easy. Whenever I find avocado’s on sale, I buy them without question (because again- SERVICE), but also because I almost always have most of the remaining ingredients on hand anyways. (I’m usually only missing the pepper)

Also I have tried a lot of different recipes with other add in’s, and this recipe always ends up being the go-to. It’s like the classic, easy recipe that gets gobbled up every time.

 

Ingredients:

2 avocados

1/3-1/2 large red onion, chopped

2-3 T. lime juice

2 T. cilantro, dried (or a handful of fresh cilantro)

1/2 jalapeno pepper, chopped, with or without seeds depending on your preference for heat

Salt, to taste

Optional: 1-2 tomatoes

 

Method:

Scoop all avocado meat into bowl. Mashed it together. Add pepper & onion (and tomatoes, optional), and mix together. Add lime juice, mix. Add cilantro & salt to taste.

Seriously, easy peasy. Enjoy!

 

 

Comments

  1. That looks delish! Avocado is on my top 5 favorite foods list but it is so much better in guac form!

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