This guacamole was born from one missing avocado at the eleventh hour yesterday, but you know sometimes a mishap can be converted into something quite beautiful. This rich protein-packed dip is smooth and, frankly, delicious – this was confirmed by the gusto of our guests. We are now seriously addicted to this version, and here is the recipe for your delight. Great with crudités, on my crunchy flax crackers (recipe to follow soon), on bread, or with corn chips. The choice is endless. I imagine it would also be a great filler for a jacket potato.
1 large ripe avocado (scooped out of its skin)
1 medium to small sized fresh chilli, roughly chopped
2 Tbsp fresh coriander (cilantro), roughly chopped
1 small red shallot, roughly chopped
the juice of a lime
salt to taste (I used just under 1 tsp Himalayan,)
1 400g (250g net) tin white cannellini beans (flageolet would also work)
2 medium sized tomatoes, roughly chopped
olive oil for drizzling
Place the ingredients in a food processor, starting with the shallot and coriander, then the tomatoes, and process for a few seconds.
Then add the remaining ingredients, and process again until smooth, but not pasty, so just watch over it !
Voila – decant, refrigerate for an hour or so, and serve !
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Please can you tell about the crackers on the side? They look amazing! xx
Hi Zola/Zoie, I am trying to find the time to post them up – hopefully soon. They are made of flaxseeds, veggies and water. Cheers ! 🙂
Thanks for giving me this great idea to cook this dish. I’ve been following your blog for quite some time now and have made quite a few of your dishes, each of them delicious as the next.
How kind of you to say so Julie and hope you continue to enjoy many more ! Cheers ! 🙂
This looks heavenly, Im sure it tastes heavenly too. I must try. Thanks for your lovely recipes!
Where can find the recipe for the flax crackers, please?
Really want to try them!
There is a delay for the flax crackers, sorry about this Ginger – by all means google and you will find a recipe of sort for them.