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06 May 2012

Easy Party Food - Guacamole!



Here is the EASIEST (and,I think, BEST) Guacamole Dip ever!





The Headmistress’ Guacamole

Because I don’t prepare ANYTHING that’s difficult, this is incredibly simple.  The proportions are all ‘to taste.’  ENJOY!!

Several ripe HAAS avocados (I used 8 small ones for a party for 20; should have used more)
One small red onion
Several cloves garlic
Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper
Juice of ½ lime

Smash the avocados; chop onion and garlic together in mini-food processor.  Mix all together. Add a dash of kosher salt and several turns of the pepper mill (taste as you go).  Add the juice from at least ½ lime.  Mix well.  Refrigerate at least an hour before serving.  This never lasts long at parties!
Note:  no cilantro!  I’m one of the few people on the planet who doesn’t like it.  Use it if you do!




10 comments:

  1. Hi Nancy! Oh, I do love guacamole! Your recipe sounds very similar to how I make it! I do like cliantro but just don't put it in my guacie! :)
    Hope you're doing well.
    be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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    1. Thanks, Shelia! Thanks for stopping by!
      ~N

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  2. I'm with you on the cilantro...ick! Thanks for sharing your recipe...I add tomato to mine and tobacco. Cherry Kay

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  3. Nancy, to get rid of the "no reply blogger", you need to go to "setting" and then to "comments" and then scroll down. Hopefully you'll find it! I hope that helps. The guacamole recipe sounds yummy!!

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  4. Humus and guacamole are two of my favourite dips. Your recipe sounds easy and yummy!

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    1. Love Humus...and this guac recipe is sooooo easy! Leave a little lumpier if you want to use it as a salad!
      ~N

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  5. Hi Nancy,
    Thank you for stopping by May Days and commenting on my quilt. You will notice my appreciation.
    Thank you. I'll be looking around you beautiful blog and be back again.
    Cheers!
    Rita

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  6. I will try that recipe Nancy...I don't care too much for cilantro myself.
    Pennie

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  7. Nancy, I love quacamole! And I am allergic to cilantro. Wonderful fresh and easy!I can't wait to make this.
    Thanks for bringing the OLE' to ON THE MENU MONDAY!

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    1. Well, Yvonne, thank YOU for commenting and for providing a forum for On the Menu Monday! If you want to use this as a salad, just leave it a little more...lumpy! Hope you will enjoy it!
      ~N

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