Four Gorgeous Recipes Using Westfalia Guacamole

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westfalia guacamoleOur love for the avocado runs deep, we could slice one in half, grab a spoon, and eat it straight out of its skin au naturale. But of all the ways to enjoy this green gift from the gods, we are particularly gaga over guacamole.

A New Look for Westfalia Guacamole

Avocado lovers, take note: your favourite guacamole packs, filled with the quality and goodness of real avocados, are sporting an exciting new look. Westfalia Fruit’s updated packaging recently hit retail shelves around South Africa. Known as the #avoexperts, Westfalia Fruit is committed to producing a variety of cultivars and, using sustainable farming practices, supplies the local market with quality fresh fruit all year round. This same fruit is used to produce the well-known ranges of Westfalia Fruit Avocado Oil and Guacamole.

Available in Four Flavours

Westfalia Fruit makes food preparation convenient with a range of versatile, ready-to-eat guacamole in four flavours – Plain, Spicy, Sweet Chilli Salsa and Biltong Flavoured. Enjoy it as a dip with fresh veggies or toasted pitas, or on a wrap, sandwich, burger or pizza. It’s delicious as a quick meal on a slice of warm toast, dolloped onto a baked potato or anywhere you would have fresh avocado. The range of Westfalia Fruit Guacamole is both Halaal and Kosher certified as well as vegan-friendly.

For some new ideas, check out these Four Recipes Using Westfalia Guacamole

Breakfast Quesadillas with Sweet Chilli Salsa Guacamole

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Did you know? 16 September is National Guacamole Day.

These brekkie quesadillas are layered in classic breakfast flavours: think indulgent cream cheese, soft scrambled eggs, crispy bacon and mushrooms all topped with a sprinkling of cheese and sandwiched between golden fried toasted tortillas. Slice it up and top generously with Westfalia’s Sweet Chilli Salsa Guacamole, freshly chopped onions and coriander – we say this is lunch and dinner-worthy too!

Recipe for Breakfast Quesadillas with Sweet Chilli Salsa Guacamole

Spicy Beef and Tomato Potato Skins Topped with Guacamole

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Did you know? Guacamole was invented by the Aztecs, who made an avo sauce called ahuaca-molli, which loosely translated means mashed avo.

You’re in for a real treat if you’re a fan of potato skins. Our baked spuds are sliced in half, insides removed and popped back into the oven to create the most divine crispy potato skin bowls. Into these we’ve spooned spicy Mexican-inspired mince and topped them with Westfalia Plain Guacamole, dollops of sour cream and finely ground tortilla chips. Can you say Y-U-M!?

Recipe for Spicy Beef and Tomato Potato Skins Topped with Guacamole

Zucchini Fries with Biltong Guacamole and Chilli Oil

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Did you know? Avocados used to be called ‘alligator pears’ in the 1900s because of the resemblance in skin.

These panko-crumbed zucchini fries are so moreish you won’t be able to stop at just a few… definitely make extras! Use them to scoop up Westfalia Biltong Flavoured Guacamole and you have an irresistible snack on your hands. For an added bite, we swirl some homemade chilli oil into our biltong guac and top with chopped pistachios and red onion.

Recipe for Zucchini Fries with Biltong Guacamole and Chilli Oil

Spicy BLT Guacamole with Tortilla Chips

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Did you know? Mashed avo doubles as an amazing facemask – the natural oils and minerals in avos make them not only good for eating, but for your skin too!

This is the mother of all dips! We incorporate classic BLT flavours into Westfalia Spicy Guacamole for the most flavoursome dip in all the land. Use homemade tortilla chips to scoop up all that guacamole goodness filled with crispy bacon, cocktail tomatoes and finely chopped cos lettuce.

Recipe for Spicy BLT Guacamole with Tortilla Chips

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