Who doesn’t love a good fresh Guacamole? it’s probably one of the easiest, freshest things to make. The folks at Food52 give us a breakdown on how to make Guacamole without a recipe:
Having grown up in Texas, I learned that certain things are truly sacred, and Tex-Mex is definitely one of them. Really good guacamole is creamy, a little spicy, and perfectly seasoned. It’s delicious on enchiladas, in fajitas, or all on its own with nothing but a bag of tortilla chips to shuttle vast amounts into your mouth.
It is easy to make, but for reasons I don’t completely understand, many people are intimidated by it, and either settle for inferior guac, or worse, buy those packages of powdered I-don’t-know-what grocery stores sell in the produce section.
The trick, my friend, is pick up all fresh, quality ingredients and let them shine, melding into the perfect scoopable party food. It’s way healthier and darn tastier, too.