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Garlic-free guacamole

Submitted by on Tuesday, 1 September 2009 No Comment
This one is so easy I can't believe I ever bought store-bought. And, even better, the garlic-free version is more than acceptable.

Most recipes I've run across say to use a blender but currently lacking one - thanks, moving company for smashing the pitcher to shards - I used a food processor instead. It's do-able if you process long enough and fast enough.

If you want to kick it up a bit, you can add a few shakes of a garlic-free hot sauce. I didn't do that this time because I didn't have any - thanks, moving company for declaring hot sauce a liquid and refusing to pack it. Crystal works fine for me, though Dad prefers something hotter, along the Trappey's line.

Garlic-free guacamole

  • 2 ripe avocados
  • 1 large onion
  • 2 tbl. lemon juice

Quarter onion and then process on high in a food processor until bits of it start to liquefy. Dice avocado and add to food processor. Add lemon juice and process all until smooth. Add salt to taste.

This lasted a week in the fridge - yeah, I'm amazed it made it that long, too, before I devoured it - before it started turning brown.

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