Guacamole bruschetta

Guacamole is just a year old to me…Last year Mohit went to the US and he ate this lovely dip in a Mexican restaurant ….When he came back, he wanted us also to try it, but there aren’t many Mexican restaurants in India…So I thought of making it at home…I did not know that it is so easy to make yet so tasty….Now that we are also in LA, I still prefer making it at home as we have started liking the flavor of the homemade one than served in any restaurant…..To make it a little different from our regular eat with tortilla chips, I topped it on a slice of toasted Baguette and made a Guacamole bruschetta….

For Guacamole
Onion-1 {finely chopped }
Tomato-1 {finely chopped }
Salt to taste
Lemon juice- 3tsp
Cumin powder-12 tsp
Red chili powder-12 tsp
Garlic-1 clove {crushed }
Fresh coriander-1 tbsp { chopped }

For Bruschetta

Olive oil-2tbsp
Garlic clove-2-3

Method of preparation
Take out the pulp from the avocado
With the help of a potato masher, mash it
Add the remaining ingredients
Mix  everything
Pre heat the oven to 450 degrees 
Cut baguette into thin slices
Heat for 4-5 minutes in the oven
Take out from the oven and rub garlic on it
Brush with olive oil
Keep a spoonful of guacamole on top
Serve hot

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  1. says

    I have never made this bruschetta though have taste something similar when we were in Italy.

    This will be great as finger food as sometimes on Sundays I do make something we can nibble in between esp for tea time.

  2. says

    Thank you Neha for stopping by and writing to me.
    Hope to visit your lovely space often.
    I have not tried making this at home thus far. The combination sounds a winning pair and neat clicks just confirms that!

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