Saturday, September 16 is National Guacamole Day!
September 16 is Guacamole Day!
The unofficial holiday celebrates the delicious Mexican side-dish or dip made of avocados.
Usually eaten as a side-dish, guacamole has been a part of traditional Mexican cuisine since the time of the Aztecs. Today, the dip, whose name comes from an Aztec dialect Nahuatl and means guacamole sauce, is a popular side-dish, salad addition and party dip all around the world.
- 2 each Avocado
- 1 each Roma Tomato
- 1 each Lime, sqeezed
- 1 oz. Cilantro, chopped
- 1/4 oz. Secret Spice Blend
- 1/2 each Jalapeno, seeds removed, chopped
- 1/2 oz. White Onion, diced
- Queso Blanco
- Grilled Corn
- Grilled Red Onion
- Roasted Garlic
- Break up avocados, still leaving small chunks
- Gently fold in first set of ingredients.
- Transfer guacamole into large serving dish
- Place toppings off-set around the guacamole
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