I have a newfound love: guacamole. Oddly enough, I used to detest avocados and it wasn’t until a few months ago that I decided to give them another shot. I am not quite sure what changed, but I developed a very sudden liking for them. After sampling a few different types from restaurants (freshly made) versus grocery stores (very preservative friendly), I decided that I wanted to make my own because I liked the freshly made kinds much better.
As taught to me by one of my best friends, I have provided some easy instructions on how to make guacamole:
Step 1: Cut Avocado in Half
Step 2: Cut Slices in Desired Thickness
Step 3: Scoop Out With a Spoon
Step 4: Strike Pit With Knife and Twist to Remove
Step 5: Mash With Spoon and Add Desired
Amount of Lemon Juice; Season
With Salt, Pepper and/or Garlic
This is a very simple recipe for guacamole. But, this tastes so much fresher than the store bought kind. Next time, I would like to experiment with adding salsa, jalapeño or peppers.
What other ingredients do you use in your homemade guacamole?