I’ve been cooking a ton for my friends and I love being able to share recipes on the blog. My favorite summer appetizer is chips and guac.
Puhhleasse tell me you don’t buy your guacamole from the store. In one of those plastic packages all slick and gross? Let me take the time to educate you–I don’t know where I got this recipe, but I’ve been using it for years.
Here’s whatcha need:
2 large avacados
1/2 finely chopped white onion
1 chopped Roma tomato
1 4 oz can green chiles
First, cut yer avocado in half and remove the pits.
Then, take the avocado and score it without piercing the skin.
Then take a spoon and scoop the good stuff into a bowl.
Take a fork and smoosh (that’s the technical term) the fruit until it’s at your desired consistency.
Next, chop the onion and tomato. Then add the entire can of green chiles.
Mix–but don’t over mix. Add dashes of garlic salt to taste.
Next, take your lime and roll it under your hand to get the juices flowing.
Cut in half and squeeze over the mix and stir in.
Yummmmmmmmmmmmmm. Make sure you have plenty of people to share–or you will literally explode. Add some cilantro, corn, or black beans for an extra kick.
Oh, and never buy guac from the store ever again, OK?