I was in the store yesterday and they had free samples of fresh avocado (it was so good) and tomatoes. Then when I got home I thought why not make some guacamole because I love it and remembered I've never made it before. I didn't think it would be to complicated but when I saw a 90 min prep time I kind of wish I had bought it already made. So not to complicated please.
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Love roma tomatoes. This sounds really easy and delicious. Thanks
That sound really good and I don't have to go to Subway to get guacamole on my sandwich lol I'll bet it would be great on garlic bread Hmmmmm Thanks
Thanks for the warning about the store bought stuff. I googled the Jamie Oliver recipe and your right it's really quick and sounds awesome!
Watched the video and loved your shopping hints and how to take the pit out. The creative ideas are also a bonus. I am definitely gonna try the burger or sandwich idea and the quesadilla. The fact you list everything and have video is awesome.
15 minutes is really quick and great for unexpected company or one of those sudden cravings. It sounds really good with some basil and oregano Hmmmmm I may have to make a little of each of these recipes and try them all. Oh the torture lol
The Worcestershire sounds like it would give it a nice touch especially vegetarian which I've never used before. Hmmmm and sour cream. Jamie Oliver makes it as quesadillas which Novascotia told me about and this would be really great. Thank you
Loved the recipe, pics, and muffin egg idea. Here's a link so others won't have to search
Boy you know that it's fresh if it's made at the table and I like the habaneros even if they don't like me. Sometimes it's worth it. Thanks this sound great.
Wow that's really quick and has the spices and tomatoes already there. Thanks for all the experimentation making it easier for us. :)
Awesome hub with great recipe variations and tips for ripening. I also really like the idea of having it with potato salad which is something I am definitely going to try. The link you left is an edit but got there thru your profile. Thanks
That would be great if you don't mind I love trying different recipes and don't mind taking the extra time sometimes when I'm not really really wanting something. The sour cream and cilantro sounds great also. Thanks
1 avacado diced, 1/2 cup milk, 1/2 cup sour cream, 2TBS copped cilantro, 1/2TBS salt, 1TBS onion power, 1 small Jalapeño pepper with seeds removed or 3TBS jalapeño juice from jarred jalapeños, 2TBS lime juice. Blend in blender until smooth liquid.
I like using kosher salt and Iagree if you have good avocados you really can't go wrong. Thank you.
Thanks Karla with a K It sounds easy and delicious. I also went to the Alton Brown site. I don't know why I drew a blank but I did. Thanks again and have an incredible day.
We do about the same. If we are feeling really lazy, we will mash an avocado and mix in our favorite salsa. I have never heard of guacamole taking more than 10 minutes - simple like your post is the best!
Went there and it is an incredible hub Thanks
Thanks for the tip and a very basic recipe that sounds great. Isn't it great when you get new ideas for recipes. I just love it I had the muffin egg idea this morning and the Jamie Oliver recipe/ quesidillas this afternoon and both were awesome.
Sound yummy and easy. I kind of like the ease of the salsa for flavor and tomatoes. Thanks and I thought the 90 minutes was kind of out there and there was a lot of ingredients.
It is. Sometimes I add the mayo, sometimes not. Can't use too much of that either, lol. Simple is best and now I really wish I had some. Sometimes a bowl of guacamole with chips is all that's needed for a meal. :)
Definitely could make a meal out of it and chips
I wouldn't bother messing up your blender to make guacamole. Avocados are so easy to mash by hand, making a mess in the blender (or food processor) just isn't worth it, IMO. Also, you lose guacamole that sticks to the sides.
Tried this recipe (no blender) with Julie's idea of the muffin and egg this morning (4am) along with my coffee and Coldstone creamer and it was fabulous. Thanks to both of you and going to try some more recipes later with chips or quesadillas.
It takes me three days to make sauce, lasagna, and several other recipes I just really wanted some guacamole after getting the avocados and couldn't think of how to make it. So whats the recipe? It must be really really good if it takes three days
There's little point unless you possess a guacamole fork and bowl made from pseudophoenix sargentii. Without these utensils, the avocado won't keep for long enough, I'm afraid.
weekend is being facetious with the palm tree bowl. A molcajete is a stone morter/pestle. Soft avos taste better anyway!
If you don't mind, Ptosis, my guacamole fork and bowl were made with my own fair hands during my time in Mexico. With these utensils, I produce the best guacamole imaginable.
What great ideas and information. I just love avocados especially with a little lime and spices. That is an incredible idea about growing your own garlic and I never realized how decorative it was. Thanks for all the great ideas and info!