bazooka limon guacamole recipe

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ingredients.

  • (2) avocados, diced
  • (2) garlic cloves, minced
  • (1/3) cup red onion, diced
  • (1/3) cup fresh cilantro, chopped — plus more for garnish
  • (½) cup pistachios, chopped
  • (3) oz goat cheese, crumbled
  • (1) 14.5 oz can fire-roasted tomatoes, diced
  • (2) tsp red chili flakes — or less for less spicy, can do this to taste
  • (2-3) limes
  • salt & pepper

directions.

  1. Add avocados to a bowl with salt, pepper, chili flakes and juice from 2 limes (I used about 1 tsp salt and ½ tsp pepper) and mash avoados until mostly smoothed, but some chunks of avocado remain
  2. Add garlic, red onion and cilantro to avocados and stir until well combined — this will further “mash” the avocados a little more, but try to leave some chunks in there
  3. Add goat cheese, tomatoes and pistachios to mixture and lightly mix until ingredients are just combined
  4. Taste guacamole to see if it needs any more salt, pepper or lime juice — season to your tastes, I ended up adding a little more lime juice, but this may vary depending on how juicy your limes were to begin with
  5. Place guacamole into a serving dish and add more crumbled goat cheese, diced tomatoes, chopped pistachioes and some cilantro to the top for a garnish*
  6. Serve with tortilla chips and enjoy — if you’re not going to eat right away, place in an air-tight container and cover top of guacamole with plastic wrap to prevent browning, store for up to 1 week

*For an extra special garnish/texture I added fried slices of garlic to the top. I simply sliced a couple cloves of garlic and pan fried them in hot vegetable oil for about a minute until nicely browned. It takes the “bite” out of the garlic and adds a wonderful texture, if you love garlic, def a must try!

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Bazooka Limon Guacamole