Whether you need it for your avocado toast, as a salad dressing, or on a sandwich-guac is a good and healthy addition to almost all kinds of food. And if you're someone who's particular about picking the right kind of avocados (you're already a little preten...- health-conscious), you'd love another healthy addition to your diet- moringa. Try the following recipe and you might never go back to having guacamole without our superleaf moringa powder.
Moringa Guacamole - Healthy snack dip
So the plot gets thicker & the already good Guacamole becomes even better. I can't emphasize how much am I in love with Avocados. The versatile fruit has the most incomparable texture and goes well in shakes, salads, wraps, and dips alike. This dish is simple to prepare and doesn't have time to have it. You can have it in the morning with toast, or in the evening with snacks. Importantly, Guacamole will always be full of vitamins.
And we have a twist here. This is our first one, with Moringa. Dubbed as the "Tree of Life" or the "Tree of Miracles" and is making the world go crazy. The "Indian Matcha" meets the "Mexican" Superfruit. This dish has plenty of good nutrients to leave you happy.
Our second twist is to add Good Lyfe Amla Superberry Powder. This adds a bit of tanginess to the preparation and I'm beginning to become a fan of it. Amla as you know is rich in iron and many other nutrients, this makes the combination along with Avocados and Moringa SUPERPOWERFUL!
Traditionally Avocados are served in a mortar, but you can use anything that you like.
2 Avocados ripe and ready
1 medium size Red onion and finely chopped
1 Tomato medium finely chopped
3-4 leafy branches of Coriander, thoroughly washed, finely chopped. Leave some to be used as garnishing on top
2 tbsp Good Lyfe Moringa Superleaf Powder
2 tbsp Good Lyfe Amla Superberry Powder (Optional)
1 Lime (for juice)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil to Drizzle
Spices: Salt, pepper, paprika and dried oregano
Cut the Avocados in half, take out the stone and cut each into small cubes, or peel the fruit out
Leave some Avocados for later
Put all the ingredients in a large bowl, and mask using a fork. You can also use a mortar for grinding.
Add the remaining Avocados mixing all into a smooth paste (or whichever consistancy you prefer)
Drizzle Extra virgin Olive oil on top, sprinkle the remaining coriander.
Serve with your choice of crisps. Our recommendation would be Sweet potato chips or Quinoa crackers.
If you're happy with how this turns out- feel free to use it in various ways with different foods. If you're extra happy with it (chances are, you will be), consume it as it is- without an additional dish!
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Calories 350, Fiber 16 grams, Protein 5 grams
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