Fresh Guacamole

400.00

Guacamole is an avocado-based dip, spread developed in Mexico. In addition to its use in modern Mexican cuisine, it has become part of international and American cuisine as a dip, condiment, and salad ingredient.

As the major ingredient of guacamole is raw avocado, the nutritional value of the dish derives from avocado vitamins, minerals, and fats, providing dietary fiber, several B vitamins, vitamin K, vitamin E, and potassium in significant content. Avocados are a natural source of saturated fat, monounsaturated fat, and phytosterols, such as beta-sitosterol.  They also contain carotenoids, such as beta-carotene, zeaxanthin, and lutein.

The best guacamole keeps it simple: just-ripe avocados, salt, a squeeze of lime, onions, chilis, cilantro, and some chopped tomato. Serve it as a dip at your next party or spoon it on top of tacos for an easy dinner upgrade.

Our Guacamole is made with the fresh and ripe avocados that grow at our partner farm. The product along with being healthy and delicious is our initiative to reduce wastage at the farms and create alternative sources of income for the farmers.

Our Guacamole is gluten-free and goes very well with our range of Pita bread, Sourdough bread, Lavash, and Sourdough crackers we have to offer.

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The best guacamole keeps it simple: just-ripe avocados, salt, a squeeze of lime, onions, chilis, cilantro, and some chopped tomato. Serve it as a dip at your next party or spoon it on top of tacos for an easy dinner upgrade.

Our Guacamole is made with the fresh and ripe avocados that grow at our partner farm. The product along with being healthy and delicious is our initiative to reduce wastage at the farms and create alternative sources of income for the farmers.

Our Guacamole is gluten-free and goes very well with our range of Pita bread, Sourdough bread, Lavash and Sourdough crackers we have to offer.

How to store Guacamole?

Guacamole is best eaten right after it’s made. Like apples, avocados start to oxidize and turn brown once they’ve been cut. That said, the acid in the lime juice you add to guacamole can help slow down that process. And if you store the guacamole properly, you can easily make it a few hours ahead if you are preparing for a party.

The trick to keeping guacamole green is to make sure air doesn’t touch it! Transfer it to a container, cover with plastic wrap, and press down on the wrap to squeeze out any air pockets. Make sure any exposed surface of the guacamole is touching the plastic wrap, not air. This will keep the amount of browning to a minimum.

You can store the guacamole in the fridge this way for up to three days. If the guacamole develops discoloration, you can either scrape off the brown parts and discard, them or stir them into the rest of the guacamole before serving.

Ingredients: Avocado, Green Chilies, Tomatoes, Onions, Lemon, Olive Oil and Salt.

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