This Super Easy Guacamole will be the star dip to any light/savoury meal, even delicious topped on simple toast…yummm
Did You Know???
?The oldest evidence of avocado use was found in a cave located in Coxcatlán, Puebla, Mexico, that dates to around 10,000 BC? (Reference source : Wikipedia)
Is there anyone who doesn’t like Avocados??? If you don’t like these super fruit, you should take a look at these wonderful benefits of Avocado stated in pic format below.
Now there are many ways I love to consume an Avo, and guacamole is one of my Favourite ways to enjoy them. With just a few ingredients added in, this Guacamole is all done “Chop-Chop”?.
Super Easy Guacamole
Author : Foodeva Marsay
1 Ripe Avocado
Small Red Onion
1 and 1/2 Cherry Tomatoes
2 Stems of Fresh Coriander Leaves
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
Salt and Pepper to Season
Pinch of Crushed Dry Red Chillie flakes
✨ Use a good Chopping Board for the entire preparation.
✨ Start by Chopping the Onions until fine, follow with the Coriander Leaves and Cherry tomatoes.
✨ Follow with the Jalapeño if using, and chop until blended into other vegetables.
✨ Now Scoop out the Avocado, straight onto the chopping board, Drizzle 1/2 Tablespoon Olive Oil and the Juice of the Half the Lime.
✨ Add the seasonings , and keep at chopping all the ingredients until the desired consistency of avocado is reached. * I wanted mine to be a little rustic today, so this one has a slight bit of texture, and not too smooth*
✨ Add the juice from the 2nd half of the lime and the rest of the olive oil.
✨ Taste and Adjust seasoning if need be.
✨ Scoop this now ready Guacamole into a serving dish, drizzle with a little olive oil, a scatter of Chillie Flakes and top with Jalapeño/Coriander
✨ Allow to rest for a little so the flavours may develop.
✨ Enjoy with Tortilla Chips, Nachos, Quesadillas or in Sandwich wraps or as fillers.
✨ You may adjust the type of Chillie/Jalapeño as you see fit, works perfectly without any, or with a stronger chilli option too.
✨ This recipe may also be doubled/tripled for a larger batch.
? Personal Notes by Foodeva Marsay?
? To Make the Cheese Nachos I have featured in photos… I simply Cut up a Tortilla Wrap into wedges, lightly toast on a frying pan with a drizzle of oil turning to brown on both sides until crisp. Now add shredded Cheddar cheese (I used a mix of yellow and white cheddar) and top with a Slice of Jalapeño. Place under the grill in oven, for a short moment, to melt the cheese. Easy Peasy!!! ENJOY
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