Guacamole, informally called guac, (from Aztec ahuacato = avocado and molli = sauce) is a Mexican sauce with an ancient Aztec origin. It is made with avocado, that can be flavored with lime juice, tomato, onion, cumin and salt. It is usually served among appetizers, together with tortilla chips. Last week I was especially inspired by international recipes, I bought avocado and decided to make my family taste Guacamole sauce, during one of my gastronomy Thursday. I found it was great, I will definitely make it again to propose a special appetizer during my dinners.
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Preparation Time: 15 min
Total Time: 15 min + 30 min. in the fridge
Cut avocado in half and remove the seed.
With a teaspoon, scoop out the flesh and put it in a mortar (or food processor).
Start pound while adding lime juice.
Dice onion and tomato, and add them into the mortar, together with cumin and salt, and combine.
Pound again with the pestle, then refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
Serve with tortilla chips or toasted bread.
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