Avocados were never a part of my growing up years, but I don’t know why it tastes so so familiar. Is it just me or you guys also think it tastes like the creamy tender coconut (especially the parts near the skin)!? Same-same-but-different-ish?
Okay, it’s just me. Whatever it is, I adore it. And whenever I find a good avocado or two, it’s usually guacamole for breakfast. All it needs is 5 ingredients and 5 minutes of utmost patience from me.
If you have 5 minutes and 2 avocados, give this a stir.
Guacamole with Toasted Coriander Seeds
- 2 ripe avocados, scooped and chopped into small cubes
- Zest of 1 lemon
- Juice of 1/2 lemon
- 1 green chilli, chopped finely
- 3 green onions, only the bulbs not the greens, chopped roughly
- 1 tsp coriander seeds, freshly roasted and crushed (don’t skip this, it adds a beautiful warmth to the guacamole)
- Salt to taste
- Put all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl and give it a vigorous stir. Don’t be afraid to add a few more squirts of lemon if you like more acidity. Just don’t squish the avocados into a paste. Chunky is the way to go. Sprinkle some more crushed coriander seeds over it in the end just before you serve it.
- Top it over or scoop it with whatever you like. It’s quite special, if I may say so myself