Saturday, July 30, 2011


Guacamole is a Mexican originated avocado based dip which can be served with nachos, crackers or basically with anything you like. It can also used as a spread with toasts. Its very easy to make, very healthy and best served chilled. The tip to avoid Guacamole turning brown is to store it in a air tight container and keep the seed of the avocado in the middle of the dip!! Also keep in mind that its all about the taste, do your experiments with ingredients to your liking!! 

3 ripe Avocados
1 ripe tomato chopped
small bunch of fresh coriander leaves chopped finely
1 white onion chopped finely
1 tbp of jalapenos ( or 2 green chillies chopped)
1 fresh lime juice
2 cloves of garlic minced 
salt and pepper to taste

Cut the avocados in half, remove the seed and scoop the flesh in to a bowl. Mash the Avocados well with a fork.
Add in the chopped ingredients, lime juice, salt and pepper to taste and mix well and mash all together to form the dip.
Serve chilled or at room temperature.
If storing, keep the dip in an air tight container or cover the bowl with cling film. Keep one seed of the avocado in the middle of the dip, to avoid the dip from turning brown. Keep refrigerated.
Serve with chips, nachos or crackers of your choice. Enjoy!!!

Here's Guacamole served with Cream Crackers.

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