Hungry for guacamole, I decided to whip up a batch. I’m not a fan of store purchased guacamole because it’s usually over processed and tasteless. More importantly, it’s super easy to make and all things taste better when you make it yourself. Give it a try. Here’s my recipe.
Here’s what you need:
3 – Haas or 1 large Florida avocado – peeled, halved & pit removed
1/2 to 1 – medium sized, ripe tomato – seeded and diced fine
1/2 – small onion – diced fine
1/2 to 1 – seeded jalapeno – diced fine
1 clove – garlic – minced
1 tbs – cilantro – chopped
1/2 tsp – cumin powder
1 tsp – kosher salt (table salt okay too)
1 tsp – coarse black pepper
1 – generous squeeze lime juice
Smash the avocados with a fork or potato masher until you achieve the texture you like. Mix in the other ingredients. Let sit for a few minutes. Enjoy with chips and the beverage of your choice. A tasty treat!
Note: I’m not a baker so I don’t measure things out. These are approximations but should be close to how I like it. Feel free to experiment, I do it regularly, you can too. One last thing… If you try this and enjoy it would you kindly consider a support donation to Wycliffe Associates. Your tax deductible donation will help advance Bible translation. The donation link is at the bottom of the page. Thank you.