Quick and fresh guacamole without all the added supermarket gunk.
I love Mexican inspiered food, however I found all of the food I had come to love, that I regularly bought from the supermarket was filled with artificial flavours, preservatives and completely unnecessary animal products. This includes guacamole, something that should be so simple and basic, creamy fresh avocado, zesty lime kick and sweet tomatoes…. so why does the store bought version contain milk products? surely avocado is creamy enough on its own – and tastes a lot less bland.
I quite easily eat Guacamole three or four times a week along with a variety of meals so this is a big essential recipe for me. Its fresh and clean, and will leave you feeling so much healthier.
The main ingredient Avocado is filled with heart healthy mono-saturates, that have been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease. The tomatoes and lime give a double dose of vitamin C to help you maintain a healthy immune system, absorb iron, and repair body tissue. Garlic is also renowned for its immune supporting properties, and coriander is a powder house of nutrients especially vitamin K, needed for blood clotting and bine repair
- 1 avocado
- 3 baby plum tomatoes
- juice of 1 lime
- 1 clove of garlic
- small handful of fresh coriander (optional)
- Peel the garlic.
- Add all the ingredients to a food processor and pulse a few times to break down the ingredients, then blend to desired consistency. (I like to leave it a little chunky)
- Serve with your favourite dish or as a snack with some veggie sticks.
Its really that simple and doesn’t need to be made complicated.
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