I don't know about you, but when the weather starts getting warm I start thinking about what kind of cooler meals I can prepare.
Since our boys were going to be gone the other evening, I knew it was the perfect time to make one of my husband's favorites dishes.
~ Guacamole Regionale ~
Start by chopping up fresh Avocado, Roma Tomatoes, Onion (red or white), and Cilantro.
(I didn't have any Cilantro, so I left it out, but it would have been so much better with some.)
Once you have those fresh veggies in your bowl, squeeze a little Lime juice in there, toss a few drops of Texas Pete Hot Sauce in, add a spoonful or two of your favorite salsa (ours is Newman's Own, Medium heat factor), and finally sprinkle a bit of Garlic Salt over the top and start tossing it all together.
If you like yours hot, add some jalapeno peppers to the first stage of chopping. But don't touch your face or eyes because it burns. Um. Don't ask me how I know this. I'll just say that I don't use it anymore ;)
Spoon it out on your plates in heaps because you will want to eat it all at once!
Don't forget some Tortilla Chips to scoop it up with and enjoy!!!
Don't ask me for measurements because I don't have any. I just chop up however much we want to eat and season to taste. It always comes out different but delicious. J
Do you have a favorite summertime recipe?