Tue Nov 14th

National Spicy Guacamole Day

On November 14th, National Spicy Guacamole Day brings together some new flavors. Call your friends, get the chips out, and enjoy with a bowl of spicy guacamole dip.

Guacamole is an avocado-based sauce that originated with the Aztecs in Mexico. It's become a dip, sauce, and salad ingredient in American cuisine.

Guacamole is made by using a mortar and pestle to mash ripe avocados and then adding sea salt. Often tomatoes, onion, garlic, lemon juice, chili, yogurt, or other seasonings are added. To make the guacamole spicy, jalapenos, chilis, cumin, or red pepper can be added to the dish.

As a staple snack, Super Bowl Sunday and Cinco de Mayo celebrations feature acamole. Avocado sales have increased to 30 million pounds on those two days each year, as a result.

Unsaturated fat in a simple avocado has a healthy punch (the right one). Also, a single avocado contains significant amounts of Vitamin C and E. Good things come in small packages, though. In 1 cup of acamole, there are almost 400 calories.

When you have a hankering for ac, does an avocado ever give you trouble? Well, there are some secrets to getting it just right. To prevent the avocado from browning, make sure your avocado is ripe and add a few drops of lemon. It also adds a vibrant color. Although picking ripe avocados can be daunting, it doesn't have to be. A ripe avocado has mid-green to darker skin, with mid-green to darker skin. When lightly squeezed, it will give you a little. However, a bruised avocado will be disfigured, while a bruised avocado will be disfigured.

How to celebrate #spicy on acamoleday, according to the spicy

Guacamole is one of the easiest snacks to make. Your party is set with a hint of spice. To share it with others, you only need to add some chips and maybe a few people. Give a shout out to those you know who makes the best guacamole, as well.

Don't have a recipe? Here's a simple one to try: Here's a quick one to try:

Spicy Guacamole

To post on social media, use the hashtag #SpicyGuacamoleDay.

The national spicy acamole day celebrations in history have a long tradition

Guacamole FAQ

Q. How can I choose a ripe avocado?

A. Unlike many other fruit, color does not indicate ripeness in an avocado. A ripe avocado will give just with a little pressure, but not mushy. It will be difficult to peel an unripe avocado.

Q. How soon can I use a ripe avocado? An avocado's window of ripeness is short. In a short time, it will go from ripe to overripe. However, keeping an avocado cool in the fridge will help keep it fresh and ripe longer for delectable aguacamole.