Strawberry Guacamole

Hello my dears!

Let’s get started with a very essential question:

CORIANDER – YAY OR NAY?

Unfortunately, I’m #TeamNAY and one of those people for whom coriander tastes terribly like soap. Before I heard of that phenomenon, I once nearly lost my mind over an Asian stir-fry that just tasted like someone had dumped a generous portion of dish soap into it.

But why am I talking about coriander? Because it is (usually) one of the main ingredients of today’s recipe and now that I explained why I’m not a fan you won’t wonder why I claim it’s ‘optional’ later on 😀

The remaining ingredients, however, are not at all optional: avocado and strawberries ❤ We mix it together to create a summery guacamole, which is wonderfully fruity, fresh and so colorful … let’s go!

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Strawberry Guacamole

  • 1 large avocado
  • juice of half a lime
  • 4-6 strawberries
  • chili flakes
  • salt
  • (coriander)

 

Cut the avocado in half and scoop out the pulp. Put it in a bowl together with the lime juice and mash with a fork. Season with salt and chili flakes.

Wash the strawberries and cut them into fine cubes. Carefully stir them into the guacamole and – OPTIONALLY 😉 – top with some coriander and serve!

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That’s all you need for this early summer snack! And to be honest – a large portion of it paired with a bag of tortilla chips would be an acceptable dinner for me 😀

Stay sweet & HAPPY SNACKING!

xx Kristin

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