Alanna's Holy Moly Guacamole
This, I promise you, is the guac recipe that will change your life. Kudos to my friend Alanna for making it. I'm simply the conduit.
Prep Time: 00:20
Cook Time: 00:10
3 - 4 Ripe avocados
2 roma tomatoes*
1 jalapeño pepper
1 Bunch of fresh cilantro
1/2 medium red onion
1 - 2 tbsp sriracha (optional)
2 tbsp of garlic powder (or garlic salt)
salt and pepper to taste
1Slice avocados in half, remove the pits and scoop out the flesh. Set aside in a bowl.
2Chop the lime in half, then squeeze the juice on the avocados to prevent them from browning.
3Mash the avocados with a fork, but don’t over mash. Chunky is good.
4Shake an even layer of salt and pepper over the avocado mixture. Mix together. *Tip — it’s always good to start with less S&P, you can always adjust it to your taste buds' liking.
5Add enough garlic powder to cover the top layer and mix. (alternatively, you could use garlic salt, just reduce the amount of table salt you use).
6Dice the red onion and jalapeño pepper, then add them to avo-mixture.
7Dice the Roma tomatoes or spoon the chunky salsa into mixture.
8Rinse the cilantro and dab with a paper towel. Finely chop and add it to avo-mixture.
9Add that hot sauce from your bag, swag. You know what to do—douse it!
10Taste with your favorite chip and adjust spices, if necessary!
*If you don't like tomatoes, substitute them with 2 tbsp of a mild salsa.
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