Guacamole | Vegan & Sattvic

The traditional guacamole recipe calls for onions and garlic. I usually prepare this version of the guacamole for my mother, who is incurably obsessed with avocados. 🙂

While guacamole is normally used as a dip with tortilla chips or a sandwich spread, I also love eating it with cooked white rice. It makes for a healthy, light and refreshing meal. Try it!

Further Reading

What is a Sattvic Diet?

Serving Size

2 adults

Ingredients

2 ripe Organic Avocados

1 small Yellow Lemon

7-8 small Cherry Tomatoes (“Pure” brand locally grown in the UAE; sustainable farming)

1 cup Cilantro Leaves

1/2 tsp Red Chili powder

1/2 tsp Black Pepper powder

Salt

Preparation

• Wash the cilantro leaves well to remove any soil particles. Chop them finely.

• Dice the tomatoes.

• Slice the avocados in half, remove the pit and skins and scoop them into a serving bowl.

• Slice the lemon and remove the pits.

Cooking

• Use a fork to gently mash the avocados in the serving bowl to your desired level of chunky or smooth.

• Add the tomatoes and chopped cilantro into the bowl.

• Add the red chili powder and black pepper.

• Squeeze the juice from the lemon and stir everything together. 

• Add salt to taste.

• Your Guacamole is now ready to be served! Bon Appetit! 

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Mindy says:

    My new favorite thing to eat – guacamole. All but the cilantro. I am unfortunately1% of the population that it tastes like soap. ;(

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    1. I have friends who hate cilantro! Fortunately, guacamole can always be enjoyed without the soapy herb! 😉

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