Guacamole is one of the easiest and most nutritious dips you can make. Made with the goodness of avocados, guacamole can give you more potassium than bananas, top up you heart loving monounsaturated fatty acids, give you a boost of fibre and help lower your cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Nutritional facts aside, adding a dollop of guacamole to your meal will result in 99.9% food satisfaction, guaranteed, we are sure there's a study that can back this. Here's our go to, guac recipe.
2 avocado handful fresh chopped coriander juice of 1 lime 1 diced tomato ½ Spanish onion 1 garlic clove 3 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil 1 tsp paprika sea salt cracked pepper
Peel and seed avocados, add to a mixing bowl and use a fork to roughly mash them up. It's ok if the mixture is a little chunky.
Add lime juice, olive oil, herbs and spices, and salt and pepper.
Finely chop garlic and tomato and add to bowl.
Mix up all ingredients in bowl and serve with vegetable sticks, add to your breakfast toast, add a dollop on your salad, or top your favourite tacos.
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