- What to serve with guacamole
Guacamole is often served as a dip and in the US it is often served with tortilla chips. For a simple, healthy option, serve it with sliced vegetables such as carrot sticks, celery sticks or sliced peppers and encourage people to dip the vegetables in the dip. For a tasty treat, guacamole is delicious with nachos or tortilla chips baked in the oven with melted cheese on top. Sprinkle grated cheese on the nachos and place them in an oven proof dish in the oven for about 10 minutes and serve with guacamole dip, sour cream dip and also a salsa dip.
A great website where you can find lots of guacamole recipes to discover other ways to serve it is guacamole-recipes.net. Here you will find many different recipes and unique ways to serve it.
Guacamole is a Mexican dish of extremely ripe mashed avocado which is usually mixed with chopped onions, tomatoes, chillies and other seasoning.
Avocado is a fruit that comes from the Avocado tree. It is an egg shaped fruit with a rough skin and a large stone in the centre. When they are ripe they have a smooth, creamy texture and are high in monosaturated fat so they are known to be good for hair, skin and nails.
Avocados are usually served raw but some types of avocados can be cooked. In parts of Asia, avocados are commonly served in milkshakes and desserts for a healthy and creamy touch and in Ethiopia avocado is served with Vimto and in other fruit juices.
Over recent years, avocados have become increasingly common in Australia and New Zealand where they are often served in fashionable cafes and coffee shops. Avocado is often served with breakfasts, on toast and on sandwiches as an alternative to butter. It is popular on toast when mashed up with feta cheese and served with chunks of sour dough bread.