When we were vacationing in Mexico a few years ago, the quality of the guacamole at the restaurants was our standard of whether or not the restaurant was truly Mexican.
Tonight, Dan whipped up a delicious batch of guacamole, comparable to our favorite guac in Mexico. What a guy!
All the ingredients, including the chips, are organic. I think the organic veggies do taste better.
So instead of sharing my Energy Balls (or bars) recipe tonight, I’m sharing this. But I promise, I’ll post the Energy Balls soon!
2 organic avocadoes
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 small tomato
½ small red onion, diced
3-6 stems cilantro, minced (he used 6 because I love cilantro)
juice of ½ lime
salt and pepper to taste
Mash everything well with fork but leave some small chunks. Serve with organic tortilla chips (a huge bag at Costco is a great price; Aldi also has a small bag of blue organic tortilla chips). When transitioning to a plant-based diet, tortilla chips help the men. They can still have their crunchy chips. I buy organic corn chips because then I know they’re not genetically modified.
Whip up a batch of this guacamole, and you won’t be disappointed.
Serve it to your guests. They’ll think they’re dining at a restaurant in Mexico.