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Autumn Fruit Guacamole

Autumn Fruit Guacamole

Use any fruit - fresh or frozen.

Ready in: 20 minutes

Serves: 4

Complexity: very-easy

kcal: 295

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Ingredients

200 g any fruit
½ tsp SIDS CRAZY LEMON
3 ripe avocados
½ orange capsicum, chopped fine
Red onion, chopped
Handful of Basil, chopped
2 tsp SIDS BOYSENBERRY VINEGAR
SIDS SALT & PEPPER to taste

Directions

Mix all together including SIDS CRAZY LEMON & SIDS BOYSENBERRY VINEGAR for chunky or blitz for a smooth paste. Season with SIDS SALT & PEPPER. Serve on crackers or your favourite toast.
History: Aztecs made Guacamole by at least the 16th century. The name comes from an Aztec dialect via Nahuati āhuacamolli, which literally translates to "avocado sauce", from āhuacatl ("avocado") + molli. ("sauce", literally "concoction") A Spanish-English pronunciation guide from 1900 lists guacamole as a "salad of alligator pear." Early recipes from the California Avocado Advisory Board (Calavo), published in the 1940s, were accompanied with a pronunciation suggestion: "Say Huakamole". Later marketing tried to create a "luau" or Pacific Island image of the avocado in the 1960s and a Spanish or Mediterranean image in the 1970s. Guacamole has pushed avocado sales in the USA to 30 million pounds on two days a year: Superbowl Sunday and Cinco de Mayo.