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Hello everyone! Welcome to 2 Minute Chef. My name is Mario. And today we are going to make a nice addition to your football parties for the season. We are going to do a Spicy Guacamole.
Now we are starting with three avocados that I have already diced up. I am going to just put them in a food processor. If you don't have a food processor, or you have a blender, you can just put it in there, and just kind of pulse it a couple of times, it will be about the same effect.
Now, avocados tend to oxidize and turn brown and nasty, so we are not going to let that happen. What we are going to do is we are going to add some acid, with lemon juice. Now, a good ratio for your lemons to avocados is, for every avocado you have in there, just half of a lemon's worth of juice.
Now that we have it in there, we have about a tablespoon of cumin. And we are just going to add a little bit of salt to taste. Now your processor or blender. You are just going to kind of pulse it a couple of times, until it just starts to come together.
Now, I prefer for this to be a little bit chunky, just so it has that homemade look.
Next step we are going to do is cut up our peppers. These are Chipotle peppers, and you can buy them canned. What you want to do is just cut them into thin strips, get rid of any stems in there. Then just kind of dice them. Don't get rid of the seeds, because that's where most of the heat is going to come from, and you want it to be nice and spicy.
I am just going to add this to the top of our avocados. I am going to garnish it with some fresh diced tomatoes, fresh red onion, and some scallions.
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