Good Guacamole is a spiritual experience.
Everyone who likes it, loves it. Truth: if it was socially acceptable, I would try to eat it by the bucket.
But much like tuna, or peanut butter sandwiches, everyone has their own version. Their “favorite way”. Most Guacs come with a story involving a “great secret hole in the wall place that you found by accident One day with a magical abuela back in the kitchen making hand made tortillas”. Or not.
Heres how it goes down. I make my guacamole on a board. A cutting board. I scoop out the avocado and slice cilantro and jalepeno and then I go all Iron Chef America and start chopping and smashing with my knife. It is a super effective method.
Then I spread it out a little and season with lime juice, pepper, all seasoning salt, and garlic powder. Chop and smash, chop and smash. Donezo.
Perfectly blended Guac Attack. All on your cutting board.
Try it. You’ll love it. No more of this fork nonsense. That’s crazy.
1/2 jalepeno, seeded and diced.
2 T. Cilantro
Juice of half a lime
Dashes of pepper, garlic powder, seasoning salt (all to taste)
* you can also substitute Chalula sauce for jalepeno. Sooo good. Or leave it out entirely. Choice it yours.
On a clean cutting board, carefully karate knife chop all the ingredients together. Put in bowl. Relish the fruits of your labored breathing….