Guacamole is an avocado based dip that originated from Mexico. It is used around the World across many Cuisines as a dip, salad and as a condiment that’s used for stuffing various meats as well. Guacamole is a dish that can be adapted and done in many ways with various seasonings of your choice based on your liking. Basically the Guacamole is very simple and easy to make and makes a great snack while watching T.V or reading books and you can be guilt free even if you binge on it.
After trying out many recipes with Avocado
, this is the first time I’m making Guacamole and I loved it a lot. I served it with Desi Punjabi Masala Papads and I must say it was one of the best snacks that I totally enjoyed having eaten in a long time that’s clean and healthy. Instead of frying the papads, I micro waved them for a minute. I still had some leftover Guacamole,
so mixed it with my regular millet and enjoyed it as a salad for my lunch. The options of using Guacamole are plenty and once you start eating Guacamole, I’m sure you will be whipping it up once a week.
Prep time: 10 mins | Cook time: Nil | Serves: 2
Recipe Cuisine: Mexican | Recipe Category: Dips/Salad
- Avocado, large – 1
- Onion, medium – 1
- Green chilies – 2
- Lemon juice – 1 tbsp
- Garlic - 1 clove
- Coriander leaves – few sprigs
- Salt – to taste
- Finely chop the onion, garlic and coriander leaves and keep aside. Slit the green chili into 2 length wise and remove the seeds. Mince the chilies finely.
- Cut the Avocado into two, remove the seed and scoop the flesh using a spoon into a mixing bowl.
- Add lemon juice to the pulp and gently mash the avocado using a fork.
- Add chopped onion, garlic, coriander leaves, chilies, salt to taste and mix well with a spoon.
- Serve immediately with a platter of Chips or Nachos.
- If serving later, cover the bowl tightly with a cling film and keep it refrigerated till serving.
- You can also add a tomato. Make sure that you remove the seeds before chopping it and adding to Guacamole.
- Adjust the seasoning according to your taste buds.
- Do not skip the lemon juice, it is not only for adding taste but it also prevents the avocados from blackening due to oxidization.
Labels: Dips N Spreads, Fruit: Avocado, Gluten Free, Salads/Raithas, Vegan Recipes