For our Mexican Fiesta on the weekend I made the famous guacamole. It’s famous because my sister taught me to make it and therefore it is awesome.
Everyone has their own way of making guaccas; I have even been close to abused once because a certain rude man believed that guaccas didn’t need an integral ingredient. But meh, each to his own. Try and make mine and see how you go. You never know, it might end up replacing yours!
For this you will need:
1 tablespoon butter, I use Nuttelex
3 medium garlic cloves
1 teaspoon salt
juice of half a lime
1 tablespoon white wine vinegar
pepper, to season
Start by making a quick garlic butter. Combine the butter and garlic in a bowl and heat it in the microwave until the butter melts.
I was going to use my mortar and pestle so the garlic is quite large. If you just want to combine it all in a bowl start off by crushing the garlic.
Grind the salt.
Again if you are just using a bowl you can just crack the salt into a bowl.
And mix through the butter and garlic with the salt.
Add in the flesh of the avocado and give it a good pound until its smooth.
Pour in the vinegar,
and lime juice.
Give it a taste to see if it needs some more vinegar or lime. Or maybe pepper or even garlic.
Once you are happy with it serve with some corn chips or carrots or even just on bread!