My pride and joy is guacamole, I have been known to whip up my speciality mid-party, or come bearing gifts of guac. I have always taken guacamole duty because of my 1/4 latina heritage, so you could say avocado is in my blood. Today I reward my readers with a tutorial on how to make my specialty organic guacamole, this comes complete with fun facts and an organic fuelled breakdown. Enjoy!

The full ingredient list is after the jump.

4 x Ripe Organic Avocados (Hass is good, but lets be real, any avo is a good avo)
3 x Organic Cloves of Garlic (Finely Minced)
1 x Organic Tahitian Lime
1/4 x Organic Spanish Onion
1 1/2 x tbsp of Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 x tbsp of Organic Coriander (Roughly Chopped)
1 x pinch of super good salt, himalayan or handharvested varieties are the go.
1/2 x Roma Tomato (diced)
700 cups of LOVE.

Pinch of Cumin - love it, didn't have it. But throw it in if you're keen.

Throw them together in any order your heart desires. But I suggest:

  1. Scoop all avocados into a large bowl. With a fork mash it quite well...but not too much because you don't want to overmix before the recipe is done.
  2. Go wild and gesticulatively pour olive oil into your avocado. Not too wild, keep it in the tablespoon-ish mark.
  3. Finely mince the garlic and throw it in, with loving energetic intention.
  4. Salt...pinch and season.
  5. Cut your limes in half and squeeze all the magic tahitian juice into your avocado mixture.
  6. Dice your spanish onion if you're game and feeling emotional and put it into what is now turning into guacamole. Mix mix mix.
  7. Taste taste taste. This is the second most important step after putting love in.
  8. Chop your tomatoes with a serrated knife and put them into the avo mixture.
  9. Mix mix mix. Taste, repeat.
  10. Chilli sauce. I usually get organic, I really do. I also love Tabasco and the chipotle adds a really lovely smoky flavour to it. Alternatively, add some smoky paprika and finely chop a red chilli.
  11. Get your corn chips, put on some latin tunes or wear a vintage Mexican shirt a la me, and eat 4 avocados worth of nutritional gold.