You will be so proud to serve this juicy dish up to your friends. In fact, you might even make friends by presenting it to total strangers, although sharing it with anyone could be difficult once you’ve tasted it. How this dish can be both creamy and zingy seems like some kind of magic to us and it is very easy to make too. Any avocado variety will work fine, but some of the best kinds are listed in the description if you want to really take the recipe into a whole new league. The result is a buttery smooth base studded with jewels of tomato and onion that can happily decorate your table until it is polished off. This dip proudly packs a punch!
- Finely chop the onions and the chillies to the size that you prefer.
- Scoop out the seeds from the tomatoes and then dice them.
- Chop the coriander as finely as possible.
- Cut the avocados in half, remove the seed, peel them and then dice them.
- Place one of the diced avocados into a bowl and mash it thoroughly with a fork. Now add in the tomato dices, the chillies, the onions, the lime juice, the coriander, the black pepper and the salt, and stir to incorporate them.
- Lastly, add the second avocado and incorporate it into the sauce by using a folding motion.
- Some of the best avocado varieties to make guacamole are Hass, Bacon, Reed and Fuerte.
Preparation Time: 10m
Storage Times: Keeps for 2 days in the fridge. To prevent oxidation simply press some cling film on to the surface of the sauce and store in the fridge.