Guacamole a.k.a. Squawk-a-mole

It doesn’t take long for the squawking to start once the avocados are on the counter … “when are you gonna make the guacamole?!”  Rather than consider guacamole a condiment, we try to come up with entrées to go with our guac—though, the children see nothing wrong with just having guacamole as the main course.

This recipe is full of flavor, ideal for your Super Bowl party.  Spicy, mild, package mix, or from scratch, you decide.

Easy Great Guacamole

3                large  avocados — peeled and crushed
1                can  Rotel tomatoes — chopped / drained
1/2           cup  cilantro — chopped
1/2           cup  green onion — finely chopped
2                teaspoons  lime juice
1                clove  garlic — minced
1/2           pkg  Great Guacamole Seasoning — mild

Peel avocados and remove large seed in the center.  Drain Rotel tomatoes.  Chop onions and cilantro.  Mince garlic.

Combine all the ingredients in a bowl; stir while smashing the avocados gently, leaving some chunks.

Serve with tortilla chips.

Great Guacamole

3          large  avocados — peeled and crushed
1          can  Rotel tomatoes — drained
1/2     cup  cilantro — chopped
1/2     cup  green onion — finely chopped
2          clove  garlic — minced
1/2     teaspoon  sea salt
3          tablespoons  red bell pepper — minced
1          tablespoon  fresh parsley — minced
1/4     teaspoon  onion powder
1/4     teaspoon  crushed red pepper — as desired for spice
2          teaspoons  lime juice

Peel avocados and remove large seed in the center.  Drain Rotel tomatoes.  Chop onions and cilantro.  Mince garlic, red pepper, and parsley.

Combine all the ingredients in a bowl; stir while smashing the avocados gently, leaving some chunks.

Serve with tortilla chips.

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