Superbowl Sunday is right around the corner and we want to make sure you're prepared with the proper crowd pleasing, micronutrient dense dishes!
While salsa and guacamole often appear on the plate together, accompanying your fiery fajitas or atop your tasty taco salad, one of them is easily found in the supermarket as a Rich Food, while the other is best made at home.
Salsa is the number one selling condiment in the United States, and whether you prefer it mild or spicy, it follows the same rule as ketchup, because its base is also tomato. But it is even more important to purchase organic salsa because sweet peppers and hot peppers, two common salsa ingredients, are on the Terrible Twenty. Luckily, there are a lot of Rich Food organic salsa options in the supermarkets today.
Guacamole, on the other hand, is more problematic. Many offerings are loaded with fake ingredients, and some are even canned and stacked on the shelf next to the chips. Stick with fresh varieties in the refrigerated section, and examine the label to be sure there are no Poor Food ingredients—or try the following Holy Moly recipe at home.
Holy Moly Guacamole Recipe!
You’ll be ready to start the fiesta when you finish making this quick and easy recipe, but don’t dig in too rapido. The guacamole flavors need time to meld. Allow it to sit in the refrigerator for thirty minutes before dipping in—if you can!
- 2 ripe avocados
- 1 small onion
- 1 clove garlic
- 1 ripe, organic tomato
- 1 lime, juiced
- Organic jalapeño peppers to taste (minced)
- Unrefined sea salt and pepper to taste
- Slice and peel avocados, and remove the pits
- Peel and mince the onion and garlic
- Chop tomato and optional jalapeño
- Mash the avocado in a bowl, stir in onion, garlic and jalapeño
- Season with lime juice, salt and pepper
- Chill for 30 minutes before serving
Serving salsa and guacamole at your next party or during a football game with friends?
We recommend serving with Jackson's Honest Chips, or Danielle's Vegetable Chips. Remember, if you do serve with corn chips, always look for the non-GMO project verified label!