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Guacamole con Tortillas Tostadas

a mexican classic

Berlin, 13.01.2016

Guacamole is most probably the most popular and beloved Mexican recipes worldwide which unlike Nachos or Chili con Carne, Guacamole is 100% authentic Mexican food.

One of the most popular and beloved dips around the world is guacamole which, unlike nachos or chili con carne, is 100% authentic Mexican. The word Guacamole comes from the word in Náhuatl language “ahuacamolli” which is made by the words “ahuacátl” (Avocado or Aguacate in Spanish) and Molli (Sauce or Salsa / Mole in Spanish).

There is no traditional recipe for guacamole; you can find a slightly different way to do it depending on the region of Mexico you are. Guacamole and totopos (the Mexican word for tortilla chips) are a great snack while you are drinking a beer or mezcal. However, we´ve found that Spanish red wine is also a great combination (I have accompanied with Amézola de la Mora or Palacio Quemado). In Mexico would also use guacamole as a Salsa (sauce) for tacos, flautas (fried tacos), quesadillas or as a side dish for steaks.

I have to say that I eat much more guacamole now that I am living in Germany. Most of my friends want me to make guacamole when we cook together but in my family we don´t use to make guacamole, we would rather add avocado to our tacos or simply eat a taco with avocado and salt as a snack.

In this blog, I will be presenting different recipes to make guacamole, some that you can find in Mexico and others that I've learned from my non-Mexican friends. This time, I will show you my favorite guacamole recipe, it may not be the most traditional as I employed some Italian olive oil but it is delicious and may be the most simple guacamole recipe I've made.



  • 1    avocado
  • ¼ Zehe    garlic
  • ¼    onion
  • ½    lime juice
  •    salt
  • 1 TL    olive oil
  • 2 Pieces    chili serrano

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Tortillas Tostadas
  • 1 Packung    corn tortillas
  •    olive oil

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  1. Cut the Avocados in half, remove the pits and scoop the flesh out of the shell into a bowl
  2. Finely chop the onions and garlic
  3. Pour the lemon juice and some olive into the bowl
  4. Season to taste with salt and pepper
  5. Mix everything with a wooden spoon until gets a creamy consistency
Tortillas Tostadas
  1. Preheat the oven to 180 C degrees
  2. Brush both sides of the corn tortillas with some oil.
  3. Put the tortillas in an oven tray, use some baking paper.
  4. Put the tray in the oven and leave it until the tortillas turn gold brown (aprox. 5 minutes)
  5. Each oven is different so check constantly to avoid your tortillas to get burned.
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