A quick improvised twist on the original recipe – my improvised guacamole!
Everyone loves guacamole! Guac is a favorite side dish or dip for many. The original recipe is very well known – you can also check it on Martha Stuarts’s webpage here. Spicy and typically Mexican, it’s a great addition to your table.
My improvised guacamole is a very quick adaptation of the original recipe. The original features mostly avocado and is a little bit spicy. I have a sensitive stomach these days and spicy food is not my choice for now. So, I decided to improvise a bit and twist this recipe to my taste.
Also, I used what I had left in the fridge for my improvised guacamole, so I put a lot more tomato and less avocado than in the typical recipe. This way, it looks a bit more like a salad and less like a side dish. You can still serve it with nachos or tortilla, so I believe it’s a great side with a twist.
In a retrospective though – more avocado definitely seems a great improvement!
Also check my other favorite recipes:
- Country bean soup + my secret ingredient
- One-pot rice with spinach and mushrooms
- 5 ingredient chocolate banana loaf
- Vegan stuffed grape leaves | Dolmades | Sarmi
- 1 ripe avocado
- Handful of cherry tomatoes
- Half an onion
- Red pepper
- Salt and olive oil to taste
This is a very quick dish so the whole preparation should be under 5 minutes. Chop all the ingredients in small pieces. I halved the cherry tomatoes, but smaller pieces would look better.
Once all is finely chopped, season with salt and sprinkle with olive oil and you’re ready!
I served this improvised guacamole with slices of grilled bread. Some nachos or tortilla will also be great, if you have them at home.
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