One-Avocado Guac With Pickled Onions
What you'll need
1 Avocado
Kosher salt
Lemon Juice
Jalapeño
Red Onion
Cayenne (Optional)
cherry tomatoes (optional)
Always cut your avocado first. If it’s bad, no guac for you. If it’s good, keep going!
1
Cut 2-3 slices of red onion. Mince and put in a bowl with a pinch of salt and some lemon juice.
2
Remove a length of jalapeño (no seeds) and mince. Add to bowl.
3
(Optional) Chop cherry tomatoes and add to bowl.
4
The onions quick pickled in the salt and lemon juice while you did the rest of your chopping.
5
Scoop the avocado halves in last.
7
Season with cayenne and ground pepper (to taste).
9
You did it! Enjoy your guac!
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