If you are confused about the name, I‘ll explain. We all love GUACAMOLE, AM I RIGHT? Sure, however, I am always creating new stuff in the kitchen to not get bored. This week I came up with a different way to make it. Yes, there are no tomatoes, onions, etc. in this one. Since I am from Puerto Rico, I decided to use AdoboChón, a seasoning that we use to season pork quite often. I went to my deck-herbs garden, to cut cilantro (and thyme for a little oregano kick). I added a pinch of granulated garlic this time and of course, lots of extra virgin olive oil. The avocado is the king today. Smile!
Category: Side dish
Approx. Prep and Cook Time: 10 Minutes
Approximate Cost: $4.00 or $1.33 per serving
Difficulty Level: Easy
Allergens, Other: Gluten Free and Vegetarian
Servings: 3 to 4
2 Avocado ($2.50)
1 tsp. AdoboChón (or to taste) (.25)
½ tsp. powdered garlic (or to taste) (.20)
1 ½ to 2 tbsp. Extra virgin olive oil (.40)
½ lemon juice (.30)
Thyme and cilantro to taste, chopped (.20)
1 tbsp. hot sauce (.15)
Peel, cut in small pieces and mash the avocado, leave lots of chunks, it’s not creamy.
Add the AdoboChón seasoning, powdered garlic, extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, hot sauce, chopped thyme and cilantro to taste.
Stir until all is blended. Refrigerate
TOMORROW, MY “GUACA-RICAN” with FILET MIGNON RECIPE. BOOM!
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