Party plans? Think guacamole!
Guacamole is the ideal dish for an evening with friends or game night!
Looking for a way to make your evening a success? Why not have a guacamole bar?
We’re all familiar with the salad bar. Simply apply the same idea to guacamole. Prepare your ingredients (onions, coriander, peppers, tomatoes, etc.), and let everyone make their own guacamole. Traditionally, it’s eaten with corn chips. Instead, surprise your guests by offering raw vegetables, pita bread or even shrimp to dip in their guacamole. Guaranteed success!
Check out our guacamole recipes to create the perfect guac bar!
You can also impress your friends with a few historical facts about the dish.
- Guacamole originated in pre-Columbian Mexico, a time when the Aztec diet was considerably low in fat. Guacamole provided them with vegetable fat, which is indispensable for good health.
- Guacamole is a Spanish word derived from a word in the Nahuatl language (Aztec dialect), “ahuacamulli,” which means crushed avocado.
- The original Mexican recipe never includes spices, and the avocados are crushed, not pureed.
Guacamole is a Spanish word derived from a word in the Nahuatl language (Aztec dialect), “ahuacamulli,” which means crushed avocado.