Dips don’t get easier than gaucamole… one avacodo and a bit of salt is all you really need to make this dip.
Let’s not stop there though – limes, tomatoes, onion and a bit of coriander will give this dip some pop – paired with some tortilla chips or a really nice crusty bread and you have yourself a nice appetizer.
I’ll usually make this when people come by and we’re all hanging out pre-dinner, or I also use this as a hunger killer when the kids haven’t gone to bed yet and me eating dinner is looking to be later and later.
Serving your gaucamole
Find a nice crusty bread or tortilla chips to accompany your dip and that’s it, you’re good to go!
Storing your gaucamole
If you have any gaucamole left, put it in a small bowl and wrap clear plastic wrap over the top of the bowl.
Press the plastic wrap down so it touches the top of the gaucamole… this helps prevent the oxidation which is what is going to turn your gaucamole brown and a bit gross.
Chuck it in the fridge, it should keep it for another day or two – anything after that I would usually chuck it and make a fresh batch.