I love guacamole. I love avocados. If you were with us way back in the beginning of Blog To Taste, you would know that my spirit food is avocados. The are earthy, smooth and creamy, and most importantly- they like to wear black, just like me. Anyway, I digress. Guacamole is basically the bee's knees, but, I have a guacamole confession. Usually when I make guacamole, I like to use the packets of guacamole seasoning from the grocery store. The ones you pick up in the produce section. It's still homemade, even with a seasoning packet, I try to tell myself. Well, I have embarked on a quest to rid myself of relying on grocery store packets (I redid taco seasoning towards the bottom of this post)- I thought I would recreate my favorite guacamole seasoning packet. Shortly coming up will be another seasoning packet redo for fajitas.
This recipe is simple, because it is just a mix of spices. The jars are The Pioneer Woman's and I love them. Not only are they adorable, but they are the perfect size for a spice mix like this. I listed the amounts as parts so that you can mix as little or as much of this as you would like.
2 parts onion powder
2 parts cumin
2 parts dried cilantro
1 part cayenne pepper
2 parts salt
Use 2 tsps of seasoning per 2 avocados
Tune in next week for the full pico de gallo guacamole recipe, it's so yummy!
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