Leftovers Guacamole

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Guacamole is a Mexican dip that has been around since the sixteenth century. The name literally means 'avocado sauce'. Guacamole can be seasoned with a variety of other ingredients, and for this recipe I was inspired by the leftovers that needed using up in my fridge. It is so tasty though, that it is worth buying the ingredients especially.

Although guacamole is traditionally eaten cold, you should try it just after preparation, when it is still warm. Use it to dip anything from nachos and bread to prawns and celery.

Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 5 minutes
Makes: Approximately 350g

1 avocado
1 tomatoes
brown onion
40g celery
80g white mushrooms
2 tbsp raspberry vinegar
tsp salt
tsp allspice
tsp ground oregano



Chop the mushrooms, tomatoes, and onions, and fry them in vinegar for five minutes.


Slice the avocado and celery, and season with salt, allspice, and oregano.


Put the two mixtures in a food processor, and blend to a chunky or smooth paste (depending on what your prefer).


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