5 Ingredient Guacamole!

Since this is the first post of 2013 I thought I would dedicate it to one of my life’s loves. Avocado.

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Avocados contain good fats, are high in fiber, have more potassium than my favorite fruit, the banana and are thought to lower cholesterol.

I love recipes where the main ingredient shines through with a little help from a few friends.  I think it is safe to say that the fewer ingredients the better. Although I don’t always let this principle guide what I cook, I love it when it happens like it has in this recipe.

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Here they are: avocado, lime, red onion, jalapeno and salt. That’s it!

Lots of guac recipes call for tomato, salsa, garlic and so on but i combined a few recipes I found and stuck with these 5.

This 5 Ingredient Guacamole recipe is simple and the ingredients are just what you need without too much fuss.

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You just pit and peel the avocado.

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In a large bowl you combine the avocado that you are about to mush up….

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with red onion, jalapeno and lime juice.  Mix his all together.

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Sprinkle with salt and you are done!

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I could eat this stuff with a spoon, but I won’t.

5 INGREDIENT GUACAMOLE

Ingredients: 

3 ripe large avocados

1/4 cup finely diced red onion

1 jalapeno, finely diced

the juice of two limes

sea salt

Instructions and directions: 

In a bowl, combine avocado, onion and jalapeno. Mush to desired consistency. Add lime juice and stir. Sprinkle a little at a time with sea salt to taste.

adapted from about.com and eat live run blog

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4 thoughts on “5 Ingredient Guacamole!

  1. JP says:

    This is one of my favorite things too, and who knew it was so easy to make!! Goodbye Wholly Guacamole!! 🙂

  2. I know! Someone on Facebook mentioned last night, that if you save the pit and put it in the covered bowl with the guac leftovers, that it won’t turn as fast either!

  3. […] dinner a theme for example.  For instance this night, in addition to the main course, we had guacamole and Mexican beer,  where normally we wouldn’t have an appetizer and we would just drink […]

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