In an attempt to eat healthier, Tania and I (mostly Tania) have been making guacamole to go with our movies. It’s fast, easy, and tastes really good. I even curiously questioned Tania as to why it’s not served in movie theaters. It takes about 20 minutes to make the guacamole. We like to eat it with salsa styled chips, but it can be eaten with bread or another dip-styled chip. Below is our recipe for a serving size of 3 people.
- 3 Avocados
- 1 Lime
- 3/4 of a tomato
- 3 hot green chili peppers
- Olive oil – 3 table spoons
- Corn chips
- Cut the tomatoes into small chunks
- Cut the avocados into squares. Depending on whether or not you want chunky guacamole, you can cut the avocado proportionally.
- Place the guacamole into a bowl, and then spread the tomato’s on top.
- Cut the hot green chili peppers into finely chopped pieces. Cut the lime in half as well
- Pace the peppers (with seeds if you want extra spice) on top of the tomatoes.
- Add olive oil to the bowl and squeeze the lime onto eat.
- Using a fork, press down on the avocado. The goal here is to get the avocado to flatten out. One can make the avocado as flat as they want. We prefer the guacamole to be chunky and therefore do not mash it as much.
- Once the mixture looks satisfying, place the guacamole into round serving bowls. This makes it easier to eat with the chips.
- We liked Tostitos stone-ground white corn styled chips, but any chips (firm so that they don’t break) will do.