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Chunky guacamole

1 clove of garlic

4 ripe large avocados

3 T fresh squeezed lemon juice

1 T fresh lime juice

8 dashes hot sauce (how hot is up to you)

1/2 c diced red onion

1 tsp kosher or sea salt

1 tsp black pepper freshly ground

1 medium tomato, seeded and small diced

If you are using a mocajete bowl, crush the garlic into the bowl with the pestle so that flavors meld together. If using a regular bowl mince garlic with a garlic press. Cut the avocados in half and remove seeds. Scoop fruit into bowl. Add lemon and lime juices immediately as well as hot sauce, salt and pepper. Using two knives, just like if you are making pie crust, cross cut all into chunky pieces. You can make the chunks as fine as you want, but don't make it into mush. Carefully add tomatoes at the last. Heat up your favorite chips in the oven. Serve with a big pitcher of homemade sangria or margaritas. Yummmmmmm.

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O... M....G !!!

Must try your guac recipe!!! Yumm-o----YUM!! :)

Yup this would go perfect with the Green Chili Chicken recipe!

I am copying it here if anyone else is interested:

Green Tortilla Chili

Green Tortilla Chili

1 ea Rotisserie chicken, meat stripped off and shredded or 1 ½ lbs of leftover roast chicken or turkey meat

3 TBSP Extra virgin olive oil

1 ea Large onion, chopped

2-3 cloves Garlic, chopped

1 ea Jalapeno pepper, remove seeds and minced.

1 TBSP Chili powder

2 tsp Ground cumin

1 16 oz jar Tomatillo salsa (green salsa)

1 beer Any brand

1 quart Chicken stock

4 handfuls Corn tortilla chips

1 handful Fresh cilantro, chopped

2 ea Juice from fresh limes

Heat large pot over medium high heat with olive oil. Cook onions, garlic and Jalapeno pepper until soft (4 minutes). Add chili powder, cumin and cook for another minute. Add tomatillo salsa (green salsa), the beer, chicken stock and bring to a boil. Add shredded chicken or turkey. Simmer for 10-15 minutes. Meanwhile, grind 2 handfuls of the tortilla chips and cilantro leaves in a food processor. Add this mixture to the chili and cook until thickened. Just prior to serving, add the lime juice and serve with corn tortilla chips on the side. If you like chicken enchiladas, you will LOVE this – tastes just like it.

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