STAY AT HOME GUACAMOLE
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Honestly don’t have a lot of ingredients but I do have guacamole ingredients. And ironically, I can’t get organic chicken but I can get a lot of chips. So here’s my guac recipe.
ENJOY. STAY SAFE. EAT SOUP. EAT GUAC.
2-3 medium avocados
1 tomato de-seeded (this actually is key, you don’t want your guac to get soggy)
1 -2 cloves of garlic, minced or pressed
1 jalapeño (I don’t de-seed, I like it spicy, but that’s me)
1/4 cup of yellow onion if you have, I used shallots…it’s all I’ve got and it works just fine.
1 tsp of salt
Combine the salt and the garlic and make a paste.Easy to do if you have a garlic press, also if you have one, how fancy are you! If not, use the back of a spoon and press the garlic into the salt until it gets pasty.
Chop your veggies, and add to the garlic. I mix around because I like all the colors.
Then add your avocado. Mix.
I know everyone knows how to make guac. But two things that I think make a huge difference and try it if you have free time, the garlic/salt paste and the deseeding of the tomatoes. A little trick I learned from