Asparagus Guacamole Recipe
Asparagus Guacamole Recipe is a lip smacking dip like that of a Guacamole, but this one uses crunchy asparagus. Best served with nachos and lavash for a simple snack to munch on.
The Asparagus Guacamole Recipe is a simple party dip that is a twist to the original. Traditionally the Guacamole is made from Avocados, but in this recipe we are using Asparagus giving it a different texture and taste. Guacamole is a traditional Mexican dip prepared with Avocado, onion, tomato, cilantro, lime juice, and peppers. Here is a mock version using Asparagus, which is low in calories compared to the regular guacamole that uses avocados.
Did you know: Asparagus is a vegetable low in Sodium and calories. They contain 93% of water. They have medicinal values too. They are loaded with dietary fiber, Vitamins, Calcium and more. They are available during spring season or canned for a year long.
Serve Asparagus Guacamole with Crispy Lavash as a light party appetizer.
Other recipes that you can try are:
- 200 grams Asparagus , fresh, or 7 oz can of asparagus drained
- 1 Tomato , finely chopped
- 1 Onion , finely chopped
- 1 Coriander (Dhania) Leaves , small branch, finely snipped
- 1 tablespoon Ranch
- Lemon juice , from one lemon
- 1 clove Garlic , finely chopped
- 1 teaspoon Red Chilli sauce (Sichuan Sauce)
- Salt and Pepper , to taste
How to make Asparagus Guacamole Recipe
To begin making Asparagus Guacamole Recipe, place drained Asparagus in the food processor or blender container and process until smooth.
Spoon the processed asparagus into a bowl and along with tomato, onion, coriander leaves, ranch, lemon juice, garlic, red chilli sauce, salt and pepper to taste
Now give it a good stir. Check the salt and spice levels and adjust to suit your taste.
Serve the Asparagus Guacamole Dip with Crispy Lavash.
Note: If you are using fresh asparagus, then you will first have to steam the asparagus until it is soft and tender. Then continue with the above method to make the Asparagus Guacamole Recipe.
Born in Kerala and brought up in Chennai. Divya is big fan of street foods and die hard fan of Pani Poori. She loves cooking for her hubby and he never insists for anything specific, never complains, never troubles. "When you have a hubby like that, you will always want to treat him with good food :). " This was how her passion for cooking evolved and now she is an expert. Divya derives inspiration from her friends, fellow food bloggers and that has made her an avid blogger herself. She blogs at Dishing with Divya