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     It feels like ages since i did a food post on my blog , for those of you who are new to my blog , i used to have a culinary section but lately for the past eight months or so , i have been engrossed in doing fashion and beauty related posts . So here's a quick post of something i made yesterday, its just one of those things i make in less than 5 minutes of rummaging in my fridge and
pantry and then it's ready in no time.
     Making Guacamole is so easy ,and even though some people may consider it a bit heavy as a starter i like to have mine as a main meal . I didn't plan on doing this post but the people who joined me in this delicious meal yesterday insisted i put up the recipe and directions on how i made it , so here goes.


1.  One Large Avocado ( Cored with the skin removed)

2. One  green bell peppers ( chopped in tiny sizes )

3. One Red bell peppers  (chopped in tiny sizes)

4. 2 table spoon full of Onions ( chopped in tiny sizes )

5.  1 table spoon full of Black Peppers ( If you like yours less spicy , add half a table spoon)

6 . Packs of ready made Nachos or Tortillas chips

What you will need :  A mortar and pestle for mashing the Avocado, A pepper grinder. ( If you do not have  a pepper grinder , grind the peppers first in the mortar and place in a separate bowl)


  In the mortar, ( which can be made of plastic , ceramic or wood)mine is a green plastic as you can see in the picture above, pour in all the ingredients except the avocado and black peppers,and begin to mash them until they are properly mashed together.
Add the Avocado and mash gently , stop in between and grind in the black peppers , mix together with a plastic spoon to get a slightly thick paste. Scoop out the Guacamole from the mortar into a serving bowl and serve with the chips.

      You can try this over this weekend for you and your family because it's very easy to make , if you've got kids too it's a fun way to get them involved in the kitchen prep by having them mash the avocados for you,and do have a lovely weekend ,  Bon appetit everyone !


  1. YUM! That looks so good. I love guacamole. Where did you get the tortilla chips from?

  2. Thanks dear, If you are in Lagos,you can get it at SPAR (park n shop) or at Ebeano stores on the Island.

  3. The dip looks amazing! can't wait to try it, more food posts please


  4. I can't keep my eyes off of the chips! They look full of flavor! Lovley recipe. Looking forward to your future posts. (:

    ♥ | | xoxo

  5. Great recipe!!! Thank you for sharing it. I will definitely try this :)

    Love from beautiful Verona,
    Mahshid مهشید

  6. wow! that looks really appetizing.

    by the way, i followed you on GFC :)

    xx Janelle
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  7. I legit had to bookmark this page! I have to try out this recipe, its easy to make and the ingredients are easy to get. Its going to be my first time trying out guacamole

  8. I love your cute little mortar. Mine is made of wood and it is big. I never thought about making my own Guacamole. I will bookmark this page.

  9. Aw this look so yum! I'm a huge fan of avocado sauces!!! Great recipe! Thanks for sharing! Have an awesome day! Kisses

    xx cvety

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  10. i shud try this out. ur recipe is sooo easy! i love avocados though i like to sprinkle some salt on it. but it fills me up so quickly though

  11. i shud try this out. ur recipe is sooo easy! i love avocados though i like to sprinkle some salt on it. but it fills me up so quickly though

  12. Hi dear,
    nice post! you have a blog so beautiful.
    In my blog, there is a GIVEAWAY ... take a look, thank you :)

  13. Thanks!

  14. This looks so yummy!!! :)

    Layla xx

  15. Hmm, I love guac...looks delish :)

  16. wait! is this easy? lololol choi and i never knew waoo am gona try it

  17. Ah this looks so yummy:)Great post! xo, Hayley

  18. Hi dear and thank you for your visit!!! This is a really beautiful post: you are a very expert of Guacamole! I would love to be an expert like you!! I started following you on G+! Hope your follow back! What do you think to follow us also in Bloglovin? Kisses,

  19. I have never tried this, look delicious, I must try :)


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