National Spicy Guacamole Day

National Spicy Guacamole Day

National Spicy Guacamole Day can be celebrated and remembered with a base of avocados and hot spices and chilies.

Guacamole is believed to date back at least 500 years ago, when the Aztec Empire ruled Central America. However, guacamole back then might have been less spicy than it is now, though no one knows for sure. It was made from avocados, tomatoes, and possibly also used chilies. This would have made it spicy.

The Spaniards explorers at the time loved it and wanted to bring it home. However, it was difficult to grow avocado trees in Spain. Guacamole was developed in Central America and eventually became a popular food item at Tex-Mex or Mexican restaurants.

Guacamole was not allowed in the United States because of the US ban on Mexican avocados. However, the ban was lifted in the late 1990s. To everyone’s delight, avocados became cheaper and guacamole became more popular. Additionally, the US Hispanic population has grown significantly, which may have increased demand for this tasty treat.

Participating in this event is loads of fun. These are some ideas to celebrate and enjoy National Spicy Guacamole Day.

Celebrate National Spicy Guacamole Day with a Mexican twist on your standard guacamole recipe This Spicy Guacamole Recipe is fun

Start with ripe avocados. Avocados are best when they are still soft to the touch.

Make a spicy guacamole by peeling and seeding four avocados. Put the chopped avocados in a bowl. Mash with a fork. Half a teaspoon ground cumin and one large tomato, diced and finely chopped. Add two Serrano chilies seeded, chopped and added to the bowl with four tablespoons fresh-squeezed lime.

Season to taste with hot sauce, sea salt, and ground black pepper. Combine and place in a bowl. Serve immediately with tortilla chips, or other tasty accompaniments. Enjoy!

National Spicy Guacamole Day allows you to gather your coworkers at lunchtime, or get neighbors and friends together in your backyard.

Make sure to have the tortilla chips on hand for dip. Don’t stop there. You can make it a full-fledged party by including a variety Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes. People love to eat guacamole with them. Tacos. Burritos. Enchiladas. Fajitas. You can go on!

To celebrate National Spicy Guacamole Day you can share these trivial facts with your family and friends.

National Spicy Guacamole Day celebrations are delicious and healthy!


Nov 14 2024


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