How To Make Guacamole
If you’re anything like the majority of Americans these days, guacamole has made its way into your regular diet in one way or another. Whether it’s your appetizer out to eat, spread on a burger or used a dip for a veggie tray, we can’t help but love this tangy, spicy green gloop. If you’re anything like us, you’ve become a bit of a guacamole connoisseur over the years which means being able to spot the unauthentic stuff a mile away. If it doesn’t have big, yummy pieces of tomato, onion, avocado and pepper, it just ain’t the best stuff. Something else to note: guacamole should be full of color and texture and should never, under any circumstances be pureed. Each little bite should be a fun surprise of all the best flavors Latino cuisine has to offer.
That’s why we’ve thrown together this online culinary class to teach everyone the correct and authentic way to make delicious guacamole. Next time try it as a delicious chili topper, sandwich spread or veggie dip for tons of health filled flavor.
1 large avocado
5 oz tomatoes
3 oz Spanish onion
2 oz cilantro
2.5 tsp lime juice
Salt (to taste)
1. Cut the avocado in half and de-seed. Remove the skin and finely dice the avocado.
2. Small dice the tomatoes
3. Peel and finely dice the onion
4. Small dice the jalapeno.
5. Chop the cilantro
6. Add the avocado, tomato, onion and jalapeno to a bowl and combine.
7. Add cilantro. Season and add the lime juice to taste.
Note: Guacamole should have texture and not be finely puréed.