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Brandy762002 Posted - 07/19/2007 : 11:16:05 PM
I would love to have a good, low in everything (if possible) guacamole recipe... anyone got a suggestion let me know... and hey i love this site... i just found it a few days ago but it's great to finally find something like this..

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Patt2 Posted - 01/22/2009 : 1:13:58 PM
Thank you bjburtch. I'd never heard of cactus as a vegetable.
bjburtch Posted - 09/25/2007 : 5:07:00 PM
Try cactus. I buy a can of cactus (it's cut into strips and "pickled" with spices). Process the cactus in a food processor until smooth and then mash in some avacodos. The cactus add spice, and fiber - and no fat.
shygrl2408 Posted - 09/13/2007 : 12:58:38 PM
Mmmmmm, that sounds good. I've made both before, but never put them together.

sgand28 Posted - 08/24/2007 : 3:17:08 PM
A good guacamole recipe is when you mix Pico de Gallo (a salsa) with the avocado.

**To make Pico de Gallo:
-One Tomato (Finely diced)
-One small White Onion (Finely diced)
-One clove of Garlic (Finely diced)
-Four Serrano Chiles (Finely diced, but be careful! These are very hot chiles! If you can't take spicy chiles very well Lower the number of chiles you use!)
-One Handful of Cilantro (Finely diced)
-Small tablespoon of salt

Mix all ingredients together with salt. Let it sit for half an hour, then chill if you wish.

**For guacamole:
-Mash avocado, then mix it with pico de gallo to get a very delicious guacamole recipe!

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