One of the most popular items on Food Network’s “Guacamole” is the creation of the “Hollywood” version, the one with all the celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Sandra Bullock in it that is all over the web. But the guacamole I eat is not one of those “Hollywood” versions. It is one of those that is pure, unadulterated, and absolutely spectacular.
You know, like the guac, I just can’t get enough of it. It’s the kind of meal that I don’t go out for when I don’t have the time to cook it. It is so refreshing, so delicious, and so easy that I eat it all the time. When I’m tired of eating it I’ll just go and do a little test run with my wife and it will be perfect.
One such guacamole recipe is guacamole pida, which combines avocado, chopped onions, cilantro, and tomatoes. The whole thing is cooked in a sauce with a little olive oil and garlic. The result is a creamy sauce that is great either as a dip or as a side dish.
Another one of my favorite guacamole recipes is guacamole burritos. This time the guacamole is topped with some beef and cilantro. The burrito itself is the same, but it’s topped with guacamole and a little cilantro. The combination of the two is so good, you can eat it all day long. Or you can use guacamole as a filling for any of your favorite tacos.
The problem is that guacamole is a pretty healthy fruit, but you can’t eat too much of it. The best way to eat too much of it is to eat guacamole in burritos, tacos, quesadillas, or chili. But that’s not what I’m talking about. I’m talking about guacamole soup, which is probably what you’re thinking of.