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Costa Rican Guacamole Recipe And How To Prepare It- Foodies Delight

Guacamole from Costa Rica

Even though guacamole is a Latin dish, mainly from Mexico, the rest of Central America, Costa Rica included, has made it like their own.

It’s a yummy and healthy salad or spread, and super easy to make. Tortillas, nachos, bread, and even some kinds of tamales go great with it.

You can find the Guacamole in most of the Costa Rica Cuisine. There are tons of recipes for it and all are amazing. But out of all of those recipes here is my favorite.

costa rican guacamole

Plus, I’ve added a few of my own touches that always have people coming back for more. I’m sure you’ll love it.

Costa Rican Guacamole Recipe

Ingredients

2 ripe avocados, peeled
1 ripe tomato
1 cucumber
1 lemon
1 onion
3 cloves of garlic
2 tablespoons of fresh chopped coriander (cilantro)
1 tablespoon of olive oil
salt to taste

Supplies

Knife
Cutting board
mixing bowl
spoon
fork

Cook It Up!

Take the tomato, onion, garlic, and cucumber chop them up really fine and place them in the bowl. Take the avocados and with a fork, mash them up in the bowl with the rest of the ingredients. Next add the coriander, olive oil, and salt to the mix. Blend them together. Last, but not the least, squeeze all the juice out of the lemon, give it one more mix and enjoy!

Serve It Up!

Serve with nachos, tortillas, and quesadillas.

Add a Pinch of Imagination and a Sprinkle of Creativity! (variations)

This is the fun part. I have discovered a great variation to traditional guac. Instead of fresh coriander, how up Basil! Yes, basil. You’ll be surprised how delicious it is. Plus, I’ve started adding chopped up almonds. Anyone who has tasted my guac are most impressed with this ingredient. Try it, and you’ll be amazed how tasty it is!

What is Guacamole? Wikipedia’s take on it

Add a Pinch of Imagination and a Sprinkle of Creativity! (variations)

Simply Recipes adds serrano chiles to take it up a notch!
Recipe Zaar they like jalapenos!

It looks like I’ve been outnumbered in the spicy department:)

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