Like stir fry, I make tacos/ nachos on a regular basis.
I have many versions, but I usually have some combination of black beans, quinoa or ground turkey on chips or a tortilla. I tend to have cans of beans or cooked beans in the freezer that I can pull out quickly and use.
This time around I made a quick guacamole and used ground beef from my parents.
I am kind of specific about my guacamole. It has to have a ton of lime juice in it. And can’t be too spicy. I don’t really like onion or garlic in it either. I made a perfect batch this time. It may be plain but I love it. Tangy, creamy and a bit salty. I’m a sucker for lime. I’ll share the recipe for the guacamole. As for the tacos and nachos, it is more of a formula….
tortilla or chips + meat or beans + cheese + guacamole + plain yogurt + salsa + veggies
The Plainest of Guacamoles
1 ripe avocado
2 tablespoons cilantro
salt and pepper
1. Mash avocado with a fork.
2. Add lime juice and cilantro. Season with salt and pepper