Avocado Dip/ Guacamole


Avocado Dip/ Guacamole
In the United States, this avocado mixture is usually served as a dip, but in Mexico it has many other uses. Guacamole makes a good topping for tacos or tostadas and can be served as a refreshing salad all by itself. There are many ways to make this popular food, and all of them are delicious.The essential ingredients are avocados and lime or lemon juice. Without the acid from the fruit juice, the avocados quickly turn brown, so be sure to add it.The number of chiles you use depends on how hot you want your guacamole.Taste it before adding too many. Instead of chiles, you can use a dash of chili powder or Tabasco sauce for a little heat.


        2 large (or 4 small) ripe avocados

        1 small tomato, chopped

        ½ small onion, chopped

        1 to 3 jalapeño or serrano chiles, chopped

        1 tbsp. lime or lemon juice (freshsqueezed is best)

        ¾ tsp. salt

        Pepper to taste.


Step 1:
Cut avocados in half lengthwise, slicing to and around the center pits. Ask an adult to help you pry out pits with the point of a knife. Scoop the flesh out of the shells with a large spoon.

Step 2:
Mash avocados with a fork or potato masher and stir in other ingredients. For a very smooth mixture, combine ingredients in a blender or food processor.

Step 3:
Serve with tortilla chips or raw vegetables.

Food: Avocado Dip/ Guacamole

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