To mark Día de Muertos, Carlos created a special guacamole for a dear friend who passed away earlier this year.
It’s a tradition to create an altar for loved ones who have passed away: made of the things they enjoyed in life, like food. The festivities are all about remembrance, joy and closeness, rather than sadness.
This guacamole is incredibly flavourful: the colourful chillies kick, you get acidity from the lemons and limes, and the juicy pomegranate seeds explode with each mouthful.
This recipe makes about 750g of guacamole or a 20cm diameter sharing bowl.
This guacamole is best enjoyed with a generous helping of our tortilla chips which you can pick up at your nearest store (check out our map). We’re stocked in Ireland, UK and Sweden at the moment.
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