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17 September, 2015


guacamole and sainsbury's tortilla chips
I haven't always been a fan of guacamole. For years it just looked like a gross green gloopy thing that people used to shovel their tortilla chips into, but times have changed and now I realise I was missing out!

When it's kept simple it can taste so good.  Here i've adapted my favourite recipe from BBC Good Food.

Squish and squeeze a handful of ingredients and there you have it...
I love eating this guacamole with Sainsbury's basics tortilla chips (tastes nicer than a well known more expensive brand in my opinion). If you love a good bacon sandwich like I do then try some of this with it. 
Easy guacamole, national guacamole day
Traditionally guacamole is made with coriander but i'm one of those people that can't bear it so I just make it without. Do mix in a finely chopped handful if you're a fan!
Easy guacamole, sainsbury's tortilla chips

2 Medium sized tomatoes
2 Ripe avocados
A Handful of cherry tomatoes chopped into quarters
Half a medium red onion diced
Half a medium red chilli or 1/2 teaspoon of chilli flakes
Juice of 1 lime
Sea Salt


1. Chop the medium sized tomatoes finely, scoop out the flesh of the avocados and mash together in a bowl really well.
2. Add the diced red onion, lime juice and cherry tomatoes to the bowl and mix.
3. Slice the chilli and add to the mixture leaving a little to garnish with (you can also use dried chilli flakes which I think works just as well).
4. Serve up in your favourite bowl and eat it quick!


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