Tasty Guacamole Salsa
Guacamole is one of the tastiest treats in life. We lived in San Diego for a few years in the early 1980´s and like many San Diegan, we were “blessed” with an abundance of more sumptuous Avocados than we could eat.
Even our toy poodle “JJ” was a Avocado salsa fanatic. He would stand straight up on his hind legs and simply devour any of the ripe avocados within his grasp.
What a shinny coat he had!
Here is a delicious guacamole recipe.
Your family and friends will absolutely be begging for more of this melt in your mouth avocados salsa dip. Then you can send home a sack full of your surplus avocados with them!
It is really easy to make this mashed avocado recipe simply using a fork or a potato masher. However, this classic guacamole salsa recipe is a fabulous homemade guacamole pleasure when made and served in a molcajete.
- 3 fresh Jalapeños or Serrano chilies, stems and seeds removed and finely chopped
- 2 large ripe avocados, pitted, peeled and mashed
- ½ finely chopped onion
- 1 small red ripe tomato, chopped
- 1 clove garlic, mashed or finely chopped
- - juice of 1 lime
- salt to taste
- Place the smallest ingredients in the molcajete first. Pound and grind the garlic and chilies to your desired texture.
- Add the chopped onion, tomato and avocado. Pound and grind a little more to your desired texture.
- Season to taste with the lime juice and salt.
- Place the Avocado pit back into the salsa, cover the surface with a plastic wrap and let the guacamole season for about 30 minutes, this allows the flavors to blend.
- Serve straight from the molcajete by removing the plastic wrap and the avocado pit.
- Serve with chips and raw vegetable for dipping or use as a garnish or topping for tacos and enchiladas.
- Don´t have a molcajete?
- Don't worry you can make this wonderful dip in a food processor.
- Place the Chilies, garlic and onion and chop finely using a few pulses. Add the tomato and avocado then process using short pulses to desire texture. Remove to serving dish and season with the lime juice and salt to taste.
- Allow to rest for 30 minutes by placing the avocado pit in the guacamole and cover with plastic wrap directly on the surface.
- Remove the plastic and the avocado pit and Enjoy!
How to Make Fresh Homemade Guacamole
How to Make Fresh Homemade Guacamole – Easy Guacamole Recipe
We’re Adam and Joanne from inspiredtaste.net and welcome to our kitchen. Today we’re making our favorite guacamole recipe. First things first… finely dice about half of a small onion… you want about a quarter of a cup. Throw them into a small bowl then cover with warm water… this just tones down the raw flavor of the onion a little bit. Set that aside while we get the rest of the guacamole ready. You need to use ripe avocados for this. Press around the avocado… if it gives a little bit you know you are good to go. Cut each avocado in half lengthwise… twist it open… then use a spoon to remove the pit. Now use the same spoon and scoop out the avocado flesh to a bowl. Next we want lime… you will need a about a tablespoon and a half of fresh lime juice… Scatter it over the avocado… then mash the avocado with a fork. Don’t go too crazy here you want it chunky. Next for the tomato… We like to use roma or plum tomatoes… just cut in half than use a spoon to scoop out the seeds… Cut off the ends then slice into thin strips. Then turn it around… and cut the other way to make small pieces… add that to the avocado. Next for the cilantro… Give it a chop… but if you’re not a fan leave it out. throw the cilantro in the bowl. Then grab the onions from earlier and use a slotted spoon to add them to the guacamole. Next add a half teaspoon of ground cumin… and a half teaspoon of salt. Stir everything together and your done. Grab some chips and enjoy! For guacamole secrets and the full recipe come visit us at www.inspiredtaste.net.
Thanks to Inspired Taste for sharing the easy guacamole video.
Don´t have a molcajete?
Don’t worry you can make this wonderful dip in a food processor.
Place the Chilies, garlic and onion and chop finely using a few pulses. Add the tomato and avocado then process using short pulses to desire texture. Remove to serving dish and season with the lime juice and salt to taste.
Allow to rest for 30 minutes by placing the avocado pit in the guacamole and cover with plastic wrap directly on the surface.
Remove the plastic and the avocado pit and Enjoy!
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