The star of this dip, avocados, shines as the star of this dip! Makes a guilt-free alternative to any snack or meal with Lime juice, tomatoes, onion, and seasonings.
Since avocados are in the superfood group, feel free to indulge. Expect a delectable dip packed with healthy fats and nutrients, as well as the refreshing taste of lime and a hint of spice. It's also easy to make. Use it to work or use it for a party dish.
Guacamole is versatile, too. For example, use it as a topping on a quesadilla or even add it to a salad. You can even spread it on your morning toast! Of course, the easiest way to indulge is to dip your favorite tortilla chip.
Guacamole originated with the Aztecs in Mexico and made its way into American cuisine as a dip, sauce, and salad ingredient.
Mash ripe avocados and then mix in sea salt with a mortar and pestle, then add sea salt. You can also add hot sauce, yogurt, or other seasonings to the basic ingredients. If a party calls for spicier acamole, try jalapenos, chilies, cumin, or red pepper.
How to celebrate national acamole day
Make your new dish for acamole by mixing up your favorite dish. Order some fresh acamole at your new restaurant. While there, give a shout-out to the restaurants with the best guacamole around. We even have a dish for you to try: We even have a recipe for you to try:
Be sure to invite your friends. Why #CelebrateEveryDay if you don't do it with your colleagues, as we say around here? When you do, use #NationalGuacamoleDay to post on social media.
Q. Is it true that other ac holidays are celebrated? Yes! Yes! The calendar is full of days that either include guacamole, the avocado, or include guacamole as part of the dish's ingredients. We adore food holidays! Try these out: Try these out: Try these out:
Spicy Guacamole Day Tortilla Chip Day Salsa Month Avocado Day
Q. Where do avocados grow?
A. Although avocados are native to Mexico and Central America, they are also grown around the world today. Avocados are grown in the United States, Florida, California, and Hawaii. Trees can also be grown in your backyard or as house plants in more temperate zones.