- Yield: 25 rolls
- Prep Time: 30 minutes
I like hitting up some webpages in foreign languages to check up on what's new when it comes to raw foods, healthy foods or those that specialize in rehabilitation through food. Lately I have done so more often, because meals prepared from fresh fruits and vegetables are very attractive to me. The fact that they heal us is obvious, but I absolutely love the pictures of these foods, because they radiate with all kinds of beautiful colors. Have you noticed it too? Anyway those asking what the hell is guacamole anyway, its a spread (dip), originally from Mexico, which is made using avocado, tomatoes and chilli. I will be filling cucumber rolls with it and shape it into a snail-like shape.
You can also serve this green paste in a bowl with sliced iceberg lettuce or pepper. If you aren't exactly a raw food enthusiast, you can have it with almond bread or savory pie.
- cucumber - 2-3
- avocado - 2 (570 g)
- lime - 1
- coriander or parsley - bundle
- scallion - 2 kusy
- chilli - small piece
- garlic - 1 clove
- cherry tomatoes - 8
- salt - preference
- tooth picks
Prep time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: 0
Results: 25 rolls
1. First I prepare the guacamole. Halve the ripe avocados, remove the seeds, peel off and mash with a fork in a bowl. Add lime or lemon juice, softly cut scallion (you can use small red onion), tomatoes without peels in small cubes (use cherry tomatoes in winter for better taste), cut coriander, piece of sliced chilli, salt and mix it up. A drop of quality olive oil never hurts.
2. And now it's time for the cucumbers. Slice them into very thin slices with peeler, which has a wider cutting edge than the usual potato peeler (see picture). Then, using a small spoon, put the guacamole on the edge of the slice and roll it up. Connect it with a plastic or wooden toothpick (I prefer the wooden ones).
I noticed that some people use a blender for this. So if you want a soft dip, you can use the blender for sure. I myself prefer when you can clearly see all the ingredients that have been used so instead of blending I prefer using a knife. If you have fresh and ripe avocado you won't need the blender at all. Enjoy your meal!
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