Guacamole Recipe, an Aztec delicacy with fresh avocado! Check out this authentic, quick, and yummy recipe from Mexican summers! You’d be surprised, it’s so simple!
The cousin brother of the Indian chutney, avocado guacamole is a truly mild fellow. Picture an old woman mashing ripe avocado and sea salt with a mortar and pestle. That’s guacamole for you! It may also include tomato, shallots, lemon juice, cilantro or coriander leaves, and pepper.
Fruits and nuts, unlike sweeteners and oils, are bursting with healthy carbs and fats, packaged with plenty of fiber and antioxidants. This means that they prevent and actually reverse diabetes, hypertension, PCOS, obesity, gout and other chronic lifestyle diseases!
Taking this one step further, in this guacamole recipe, we have avoided shallots to make it satwik. We love eating fresh guacamole added on top of raw cucumbers and with super soft and crispy neer dosa – this is, if any remains after the cooks have slyly eaten up most of it! What do you like eating it with? Comment below! 🙂
1 Avocado Medium sized
1 Lemon Medium sized
1 pinch Pepper Powder
2 tsp Coriander leaves chopped
2 tsp Miso Paste
Cut avocado in two, remove seed and scoop out pulp.
Add juice of half lemon immediately to prevent oxidation and browning.
Mash the avocado with a fork into a chunky or fine paste, as you like your guacamole!
Chop tomatoes and coriander leaves into small pieces.
Add all ingredients to the avocado paste and mix.
Serve as a dip with vegetables or as a side dish for Mexican Bean Wraps. Enjoy!