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The Legend Of Gaucamole!

Gaucamole is much more than a dip for your chip.  It is used in so many ways going far beyond the traditional mexican approach.

1. Gaucamole on Toast:

Gaucamole served with sprouts and slices of tomato and hard-boiled egg for a breakfast so satisfying, you might not need to eat until dinner. sprouts and slices of tomato and hard-boiled egg for a breakfast so satisfying, you might not need to eat until dinner.

2. Gaucamole on Sandwich:

Whether you’re filling bread with veggirs, turkey, or tuna salad, use guacamole in place of mayo. And yes, you should put lays or tortilla chips on the sandwich.

3. Salad Dressing:

Puree the guacamole with lime juice, water and oil to make a creamy dressing for a wedge salad served with iceberg and cherry tomatoes.

4. Deviled Eggs:

Garnish standard deviled eggs with a spoonful of guacamole, or skip the usual mayo-mustard and blend the egg yolks with the guacamole.

5. Smoked Salmon:

Top crispy sushi–rice cakes with smoked salmon and guacamole,  or spread it directly on the salmon with cream cheese and roll it up.


               If your mouth is watering already, we have the perfect guacamole recipe you can use:

                    GUACAMOLE INGREDIENTS:

To make this easy guacamole recipe, simply gather up the following guacamole ingredients:

  • Avocados: The riper, the better.
  • Diced red onion: I love the flavor of red onion in guac, but if you would like to make it a bit milder, just rinse and drain the chopped onion in water briefly before adding it to the avocados.
  • Cilantro: If you happen to be part of the 14% of the population that does not like fresh cilantro, just skip it.
  • Jalapeño: Or you can use serrano pepper instead.
  • Lime juice: Freshly-squeezed, please!
  • Fine sea salt: A critical ingredient to bring out all of those good flavors!
  • Ground cumin: I’ve always added a dash to my guacamole, and I’m convinced it’s the secret ingredient that rounds out all of those flavors and makes people love it so much.
  • Diced tomatoes: I’m not a big fan of tomatoes in my guac, but feel free to add them if you would like!


                HOW TO MAKE GUACAMOLE:

Alright, let’s talk how to make guacamole!  Simply…

1. Mash your avocados: Add them to a large mixing bowl and mash with a fork or spoon until they reach your desired consistency.  (I like mine slightly chunky, not completely smooth.)

2. Mix in the remaining ingredients: Add in the onion, cilantro, jalapeño (or serrano), lime juice, salt, cumin, and tomatoes (if using) and stir until combined.

3. Taste and season: Give the mixture a taste, and season with extra salt if needed.  Or…

                  a) For a tangier guac, add more lime juice. 

                  b)   For a spicier guac, add in another jalapeño or serrano.

                  c) For a herbier guac, add in extra fresh cilantro.

4. Serve: Then serve it up and enjoy!


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