Learning How To Make Chips And (Herbal Infused) Dip
Posted on August 31 2022
The truth is you can never go wrong with chips and dip. It’s perfect for enjoying as a snack by yourself or preparing as a party dish. Because everyone loves it, you can be sure that it won’t be lying there untouched at the end of the night. On top of that, there are many nutritional benefits that come with guacamole.
You can follow our chips and dip recipe in this guide to make your own.
List of Ingredients
First, you will need to prepare the necessary ingredients. If you already know how to prepare the regular kind of guacamole, you will more or less know what you need to buy or prepare, which includes:
- Lime juice
- Garlic, chopped or crushed
- A tomato
- Minced pepper
- Cilantro leaves and stems, chopped
- Ripe avocados
- Your choice of herbal infused oil, which you can prepare using your botanical infuser
Start Preparing Your Dip
Follow these steps to start preparing your herbal infused dip:
- The first thing to do would be to remove the pits from your avocadoes. To do this, simply cut them open and scoop out the fruity bits, placing them into a bowl.
- Next, you will want to create the creamy solution that forms the base for guacamole. You can do this by pouring lime juice into the bowl with avocadoes and mixing the two.
- It’s now time to add in your garlic and herbal infused oil, mixing the solution all the while.
- Finally, get started on adding your condiments. Your tomatoes, cilantro leaves and diced peppers should be added slowly instead of all at once. That way, you can always add more if you want it to be more flavorful.
- Once everything has been mixed well, have a taste of your dip. Here is where you may wish to add more ingredients according to taste.
Bonus: How to Tell if Your Avocadoes Are Ripe
Are avocadoes one of your favorite fruits? Besides using it to make dip, you can also consume it on its own and incorporate it into other dishes. Avocadoes have developed a reputation as a superfood and comes with many health benefits, including lowering of cholesterol and the improvement of gut function and heart health.
Before getting started on making your herbal infused dip, you will need to know if the avocadoes you have purchased are ripe. One way you can tell is by giving each one a squeeze. If it feels too firm, the avocado isn’t ready to be eaten. If it gives way beneath your touch, it’s ripe and ready.
Need a more certain way of telling? Pull out the stem and take a closer look at the revealed color. If you have trouble even pulling out the stem, this is an indication that the avocado is not ripe yet. A brown color indicates an overripe avocado whereas green is ready for eating.