Guacamole. Recipe

Some time ago, I wrote an article on Directo al Paladar México, sharing my thoughts on a recipe published in The New York Times - a pea-infused guacamole that, in my view, stripped away the traditional essence of one of our most iconic dishes: guacamole. In Mexico, we love to enjoy this dish as a snack, a side dish, or simply smeared over corn tortilla tacos, savoring every bite for the pure joy it brings. Mexican guacamole, like many of our culinary treasures, comes with a story that traces back to Quetzalcóatl, who is said to have bestowed the guacamole recipe upon the Toltecs. From there, it spread across Mesoamerica. In every region, every household, and even within the minds of each cook, there's a [...]