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Raw Vegan Chunky Guacamole

Raw Vegan Chunky Guacamole is completely raw vegan unless you add some tortillas to it!  If you choose to, be sure to go with the gluten-free ones that are popping up at your local grocery store.

I used to make my guacamole from the little seasoning packets at the grocery store.  Then I started experimenting with a recipe.  Surprisingly, it was really easy to make and turned out amazing!

This guacamole is raw, chunky, and thick.  It's very authentic.  I don't use any tools to mash it either, except for a fork and of course a knife to cut up the vegetables.

I like my raw vegan chunky guacamole because you can use one avocado per serving.  Then I nosh on it all day long!

Guacamole Nutrition

Avocadoes - Contain healthy fats or the "good" fats everyone is always talking about.  This means it is a very heart-healthy fruit!

It also has the benefits of having no cholesterol, sodium, or sugar unless of course, you add some to it.  It's also high in B-6 and high in vitamin C, putting it right up there with the citrus family, though there's no relation.

Cilantro - it's nutrients come from minerals. Lots and lots of wonderful minerals, like zinc, phosphorous, and potassium. It's also filled with a healthy dose of vitamin c. Go figure! 

All of this makes cilantro a perfect ingredient for many Mexican-styled dishes, as well as that need a boost in the flavor department!

Purple Onion - Purple onions are the kind of onion that you can eat raw and can be added to a salad.  Purple onion is chockful of nutrition benefits, most especially known for its vitamin C dose!

They are also a great source of folate, B6, iron, potassium, and work as a great shield for fighting off autoimmune diseases and illnesses such as cold or flu.  

Lemon - Lemon is great for energy, revitalization, and tons of vitamin C! I use at least a lemon every day, in some form or another.

Pink Himalayan Sea Salt - Contains over 84 minerals!  Nuf said.  However here are a few I like to tell people about.

I like the fact that this type of salt seasoning contains calcium, making it good for your bone and teeth health.  It also contains copper and magnesium, which aid in energy distribution throughout the body.  

The potassium it contains helps with normalizing and regulate everything in your body right down to your muscle contractions, making everything work properly as it should be.

Seasonings - Besides the superstar Pink Himalayan Seas Salt (see above), this recipe also contains black pepper, a hint of cayenne pepper, and a tiny pinch of basil rubbed between the fingers to unlock its flavor.  

Raw Vegan Chunky Guacamole Recipe

The raw vegan chunky guacamole is made fresh and ready to serve for one.  To increase the amount used, apply the same ingredients to a second or third avocado for a family or party sized serving, then enjoy!

Remember:  This recipe is raw until you add tortillas to it, which are not required.  I've actually eaten my guacamole as a chunky snack meal before, so it's up to you how raw or how not you want to make it!

Ingredients:

  • 1 Avocado (Add more for larger servings) (Must be ripened)
  • 1 Fresh Bunch of Cilantro.  
  • 1/2 Raw Purple Onion
  • 1/2 of a lemon to a whole(depending on serving size)
  • 2 Pinches of Pink Himalayan Sea Salt
  • 1 Dash of Cayenne Pepper
  • 1 pinch of basil rubbed between fingers to unlock the flavor
  • A Sprinkle of Black Pepper ow two
  • Gluten-Free Tortillas (Optional)
Instructions:
  1. Wash your fruits and veggies thoroughly for the recipe.
  2. Grab the cutting board and a knife, then core the avocado first.  I usually cut almost in half, take out the core, then proceed to unpeel the skin from it.  Mash with a fork.  
  3. Cut up the purple onion into small to tiny square-sized chunks.  I like it chunkier, but if you don't you could definitely cut smaller and dice the onions.  
  4. Dice your cilantro into smaller chunks or pieces as well.  
  5. Swirl the onion chunks and the cilantro into the mashed avocado and mix well.
  6. Next, add a little lemon juice.  I add up to a half a lemon for the flavor.  This will also preserve your recipe for longer, in case you can't eat it all at once.  
  7. Add in the desired spices and mix well (see above for all the flavor unlocking spices)
  8. Set in the fridge for 30 minutes to marinate and unlock flavors then serve.
  9. Enjoy solo or with a gluten-free tortilla!

Prep Time: 10-minutes Cook Time: 0 minutes  Total Time: 40-minutes

Yields: 1
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