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Easy Spicy Homemade Guacamole and Chips


History

“While the specific birth date of the food is hard to pinpoint, it's known that guacamole has existed for over half a millennia ago. Sometime in during the 1500's, Spaniards were introduced to avocado mixtures which were strikingly similar guacamole.” (Kitchen) As it pertains to today guacamole wasn’t popular in the United States until the twentieth century because Mexican avocado import was banned until 1997!


Course: Appetizers

Cuisine: Mexican

Yield: 5 Servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 0 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Author: The Southern Spice Rack


Ingredients

4 large Avocados, pitted and scooped from skin

1 small diced red onion

3 diced roma tomatoes

1/3 cup small chopped cilantro leaves

2 diced cloves of garlic

2 large diced jalapenos, be sure to remove seeds

¼ cup lime juice

2 tablespoons salt

20 white corn tortillas

Salt for topping

Vegetable oil for frying

Instructions

1. Place the avocados, red onion, roma tomatoes, cilantro, garlic, jalapenos, lime juice, and salt into a large bowl. Using a fork smash the avocados while mixing the ingredients.

2. To make homemade chips cut corn tortillas into four quarters. Fry tortilla quarters in 2 inches of vegetable oil heated to 375°F, until golden brown about twenty seconds a side. Let chips drain on a paper towel covered plate. Top with salt.

3. Serve guacamole and chips together! Try enjoying with our delish Pico de Gallo recipe!


Cite : Kitchen, Mesa. “The Origins and History of Guacamole.” Mesa Kitchen, 7 May 2018, www.mesagrapevine.com/post/the-origins-and-history-of-guacamole#:~:text=Guacamole%20is%20essentially%20a%20mix%20of%20mashed%20avocado.


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