Holiday Guacamole

Holiday Guacamole with Avocados from Mexico and Pomegranate

The holidays and las “Posadas” need some Avocados from Mexico to round up the parties and add that special something to our special celebrations, that is why today I’m sharing my aunt Minita’s favorite guacamole with pomegranate seeds. This recipe was our family’s tradition during Christmas time, here the ingredients you will need:

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 avocados Hass (preferably Avocados from Mexico)
  • 1 cup of pomegranate seeds (save some for decorating purposes)
  • 1/2 cup of finely chopped white onion
  • 2 serrano chiles finely chopped (can avoid if not into spicy foods)
  • 1/2 cup of finely chopped cilantro
  • 1 lime juiced
  • Salt
  • Tortilla chips for serving

 

Ingredients to prepare Holiday Guacamole

Preparation time: 15 minutes. This recipe makes 3 cups of guacamole the cost for this is around $3.00 depending on ingredients price in your local market. You will need a fork, a knife, a spoon, a bowl and a serving plate.

Cut the avocado en halves, take out the pit carefully with a knife. Scoop the flesh and mash the avocado in a bowl using a fork until getting a creamy consistency, add the lime  juice and rest of ingredients, combine well. Taste and add salt as needed. Serve in a nice bowl and accompany with your favorite tortilla chips called in Spanish “totopos”.

Avocados are high in protein and are considered a healthy option. Recommending Avocados Hass from Mexico to get better results. These avocados are grown in Michoacan a place that has the perfect soil and temperature conditions for that velvety texture and delicious taste.

Pomegranates might require some work due to its hard shell and somewhat difficulty to take out the seeds though the tart flavor and nutritional value are worth the effort. This fruit is packed with vitamins C and B and are also a good supply of potassium and copper. Pomegranates are high in antioxidants, which are believed to fight the free radicals that might contribute to chronic diseases such as cancer.  This combination of the luscious avocado and the tartness of the pomegranate seeds are a perfect couple, recommend to serve as a starter and with fresh tortilla chips.

Guacamole with Pomegranate and Avocados from Mexico

To learn more about avocado recipes for the holidays and your “posadas” visit Avocados from Mexico where you will find this and many other ideas for your upcoming celebrations as well as Chef Pepin’s creations. Also stay connected by liking Avocados from Mexico Facebook fan page  where they post delicious ideas and special news.

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Invite you to enjoy family traditions trying this recipe on your next gathering!

This is part of a sponsored campaign with Latina Bloggers Connect and Avocados from Mexico. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

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  • http://www.riquisimopr.com Glory (Riquísimo PR)

    Se ve delicioso este guacamoles!!

    • http://adrianasbestrecipes.com Adriana

      Gracias Glory un abrazo!

  • http://livinginlalalalandblog.com Chacoy

    This looks so good! I never would have thought to put pomegranates with avocados(:

    • http://adrianasbestrecipes.com Adriana

      Thanks for stopping by this combination is a winner try at home and let me know your thoughts!

  • http://www.themommist.com The Mommist

    The play of colors is amazing! I love guacamole! I will surely try this recipe. Thank you! :-)

    Found your blog on craft spices’ hop. :-)

    • http://adrianasbestrecipes.com Adriana

      Thanks for stopping by, enjoy the recipe!

  • http://amipintacocino.blogspot.com rosita vargas

    Se ve irresistible me encanta luce muy rico..Feliz Año Nuevo…abrazos y abrazos.

    • http://adrianasbestrecipes.com Adriana

      Hola Rosita muchas gracias por tus comentarios y feliz 2013 espero este año nuevo que comienza sea fabuloso para ti y tu familia, un abrazo.

  • Vicky

    Is it supposed to be lemon juice or lime juice?

    • http://adrianasbestrecipes.com Adriana

      Hi Vicky, it is lime juice but you can use lemon if you prefer, have a great day and thanks for stopping by!