Given the fact that I had waited until the last minute for this week’s blogging and also that the theme was an easy one, I decided to prepare all the three recipes on the same day so that I can get the photo shoot done in a single session. That way I didn’t have to brave the cold outside three times.
The good part about the winter here is that its sunny even when its cold. In UK, the sun is overcast most of the time because of the frequent rains. The winter starts getting really gray and gloomy after sometime. But here its sunny, so its hard to be depressed even if its cold. Some silver lining, right?
Coming to the recipe here, its Guacamole. I love avocado and this is one fine way to enjoy it. The recipe is very simple with a few ingredients. Mash avocados, add a few things and tada…dish (dip) ready! We had it as a part of burrito bowl yesterday.
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- 2 avocados
- juice from 1/2 lemon
- pinch cayenne pepper
- 1/2 red onion, chopped finely
- 1 tomato, chopped very finely
- Mash the flesh of the avocados with salt and lemon juice using a fork. Add the cayenne pepper, finely chopped onion and tomatoes. Mix with a spoon. Serve immediately or refrigerate until the time of serving.
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13 thoughts on “Guacamole”
Never tried this dip, though have used avocado many times, looks delicious!!!
This is a favorite in my household and something that I make frequently. Lovely pic.
Im one of the few people who hate avocados – I always have so while I cant appreciate this dip, I certainly can appreciate your gorgeous photos. Great job as always!
We love this and the yours looks very inviting!!
I love guacamole and can have it anytime a day.
Just need some tortilla chips to enjoy this fabulous dip. My all time favourite.
Such a favorite dip just like Usha and Vaishali. Perfectly made and pretty shots!
Same as Vaishali, one of my favorite dips!
I am yet to make it though keep thinking I must…very colourful Rajani..:)
Very easy to make and a wonderful dip for chips.
This one is one of my favorite dips..and I love that green color with specs of red..perfectly made.