Mexican food has to be one of the great cuisines of the world. After spending a lot of time making different versions of guacamole, I’ve stuck to the basics and kept it as traditional as possible, but also adding my signature twist!Once again I tend to use the coriander stalks rather than the leaves as they are less strong, however if you like a strong coriander flavour add more of the leaves.
This is a nice side dish for a taco/burrito night or just to have as a dip for corn chips or any other chips/crackers. Hope y’all like it!
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- 1 x large ripe/over-ripe avocado
- 1 x small brown onion (or half large one)
- 1 x tomato
- 1 x tsp sour cream
- 1 x tsp tobasco
- 1 x tsp olive oil
- Fresh coriander / cilantro, use the stalks only
- Squeeze of lime juice
- Salt and pepper
- 1. Finely chop onion and tomato
- 2. Chop up some coriander, I tend to use more of the stems as they have a less strong flavour
- 3. Cut around avocado, using a knife, pierce the seed and twist out, spoon out avocado into bowl
- 4. Mash up avocado with the onion, tomato, coriander, olive oil, salt and pepper, sour cream, tobasco
- 5. Add the lime juice
- Ready to rock and roll!
- Serves 2 people