(Note that I am holding the chip with my toe thumb under it, so it will not be photographed)
As the days get longer, it is SO nice to be cooking dinner while the sun's still out. I can watch the kids playing in the backyard, enjoy the windows being open, and see the mountains out of my kitchen window. Making this guacamole reminds me of summer- when Wade is working in the yard until dinner time, and we eat outside for dinner. I will make up a batch of this and we'll all snack on it while dinner is cooking. We had a couple of summer-like days in the last few weeks (and a few WINTER-like days as well- crazy weather!) and it was on one of those warm evenings that I made up some guacamole!
Here's what you need:
- 1 lime, juiced
(I don't know WHAT is up with the funky spacing in the ingredient list. I tried to fix it like 5 times and it kept getting messed up, so I gave up.)
So, just sort of put all of the above ingredients into a medium mixing bowl:
(DARN IT!! The toe thumb snuck into the shot!) (For those of you who homeschool, note the "coin cup" for Saxon math in the background.....)
Then just mix it up and refrigerate for a few hours to allow the flavors to blend. I think it's best after 3 or 4 hours.
....if you can wait that long. :)
I got this recipe from http://www.allrecipes.com/