Friday, August 19, 2011

Recipe: Guacamole (Montignac)

The story says vampires are afraid of garlic, well, it might have been true in the early decades when we travelled the world and tryed to act all aristocrat and smell like roses and champagne and we were to stuck up to be near those stinkers....
..but hey, life evolved and almost every person smells like garlic nowadays so we just had to adapt.
If you can't beat them, join them.
Being a total snob is good too, but eating always tops.
So, over the years I have become a garlic snob instead, and impress by my fantastic skills in different garlic dishes. Here's my version of the Mexican dish.

Vampire Guacamole, 4 persons
1 avocado
1 tablespoon of onion
1 big garlic clove
2 tablespoons of sour cream (for Montignac Phase 1 - NO!)
½ fresh squeezed lime/lemon juice
½ teaspoon (or more) sambal oelek
black pepper

Bring out your blender and chop that onion until you can't recognice it anymore (as you would if you were a potential serial killer trying to get rid of some victim parts). Use the garlic press and add the garlic to it. Then go completely wild and just toss everything else in there.
Put it on.
Walk away.
Fix your make up a bit.
Go back.
Turn it off.
Put it in a sweet little bowl, preferably in clear glass for everyone to enjoy that sweet moss green color. Store cold until it's time to enjoy it "with" your friends ;)


  1. In my recepie, i use wacamole, garlic, onion, pepper, salt and i add mutilated fresh and mature tomatoes. Its wonderfull and i guess that if your in montignac phase 1, you could replace the cream with tomatoes. i love this recepie specially with nachos =)
    ill try yours some day!
    greetings from chile :D!!

  2. :S I hate garlic and I'm not that much into vampires to think it's for that reason. Once I threw up just smelling it. Some people like my parents think I'm just snob and spoiled so someties they put a little amount of it in my food without telling me and then I feel sick for hours. ç___ç Boooooh garlic!