If you’re fan of Mexican taste then this Guacamole recipe is right for you. You can make Guacamole easy, enrich it with coriander and enjoy its nutritious taste. Also, it’s good for various diet regimes such as low-carb diet, gluten-free or vegan. This avocado spread goes great with proper bread (low-carb or gluten-free) depending on diet.
It’s very easy to make this spread. All you need are 10 minutes and following ingredients:
- 2 ripe avocados
- 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice or lemon juice
- 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion or spring onions
- 1 chili pepper
- 2 tbsp. chopped coriander leaves
- ½ fresh tomato
- salt and pepper to taste
Halve the avocado and remove the pit. Then using a spoon, remove the flesh from the peel and place it in a bowl. Mash the avocado with a fork, add salt and juice of squeezed lime. The acid in citrus fruits will beat the creaminess of avocado, but also will prevent darkening of this delicious fruit. To the mixture, add finely chopped onion, pepper and coriander leaves. Then stir all well.
Add chili pepper to the mixture, but be sure to remove the seeds. First, add half the pepper, and then depending on hotness of the mixture and personal taste, add the rest. Close the bowl with lid or place over plastic wrap and keep in the fridge until serving. Keeping tomatoes in the fridge destroys the taste; so when you are ready to serve sauce, add and mix finely chopped tomato.
The secret of Guacamole sauce is reflected in the ripeness of the avocado. Ripe avocados have an excellent and creamy taste. You can identify it by gentle finger pressure resistance on the outer crust. If there is no resistance, it is unripe fruit, which is better to let it rest for a while. If the surface of the avocado’s gooey, it’s possible that the fruit’s too ripe and it also hasn’t good taste. So choose the right fruit for this recipe.
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