A simple, mild guacamole. The recipe is based on one found in an old Better Homes and Gardens Mexican cookbook from the 70’s. I updated a bit with a few healthier ingredients, but the taste is quite similar.
This is a hearty meat-like recipe that only takes a few minutes to grind and mix. I often take this taco “meat” with me when the family is having a taco night. Pictured here with lettuce leaf, Pico de Gallo, Groovy Guacamole and Macadamia Sour Creme. If I’m planning ahead, I also like to make raw tortillas.
Based on a recipe by Matt Amsden. I’ve cut down on the Nama Shoyu, as this taste was a bit overwhelming for me, and added some cayenne for an extra spicy kick. This recipe is best with soaked walnuts!
A spicy, fresh raw salsa.
This is a quick and tasty guacamole – you can make it in 15 minutes, and your friends won’t even know it’s raw.
I absolutely love taco night – at least a once a week occurrence. These tortillas area easy-to-make and delicious.