Sunday, August 10, 2014

Salsa and Guacamole

We have too many tomatoes. Bunches of cilantro. Onions. And my family likes the spicy, so here we go.

Let's start with the heat. A large jalapeno, a couple red chilis, and a small can of green chilis.
Cut the tops off the peppers and remove the seeds.
Next, grab the tomatoes.
The ones for the guacamole get their innards removed. The salsa ones stay juicy.
Lets make that guac! Grab the avocados.
Slice them, peel them, put 'em in a bowl.
Dice the tomatoes. Grab some of the green chilis, and dice half a red chili. Throw them in, but only half the green chilis.
One clove of garlic and an onion. We'll use about a third of the onion and save the rest for the salsa.
Those things are diced. Put them in the bowl and grab a fork. Add salt. Add lime juice.

Mush it all up with your fork. The guacamole is done.
To the remaining ingredients, add a lime and more garlic. Oh, and another tomato that I found.
Throw most of that in the blender. Leave out a half jalapeno, some tomato, some onion, and the green chili. We will dice this and add it last, so the salsa has some chunk.
Add some salt. Oh, and some cilantro then blend. Pour the result into a bowl, add those set-aside ingredients, and stir.

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