Holy Guacamole with Shrimp

A really quick and simple guacamole that you make yourself! It is fresh and easy. So there is basically no excuse not to make this guacamole. Sevy's Daily will show you the way!
Prep Time15 minutes
Cook Time5 minutes
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: Mexican
Keyword: Avocado, Cangron Cangron, Tortilla Chips
Servings: 2


  • 1 Food processor
  • 1 Chef Knife
  • 1 Spoon
  • 1 Pestle and Mortar
  • 1 Serving Bowl
  • 1 Lime Squeeze you can also press your limes by hand or with a hand press


  • 2 unit Avocados ripe
  • 1 unit Tomato
  • 1 unit Union (Red)
  • 1 clove Garlic (optionally add 2)
  • 1 bunch Cilantro (aka Koriander)
  • 1/2 unit Morita chile or fresh Jalapeño (or cheat with some chile sauce)
  • 1 tsp Black pepper full corns
  • 1 tsp Coarse salt
  • 125 grams Tortilla chips
  • 70 grams North sea shrimp or more...
  • 1 unit Lime


  • First dice the garlic clove and add to the food processor
  • Next finely chop the Garlic and add to the food processor
  • Next chop the cilantro and add to the food processor
  • If using Jalapeño, chop 1/2 Jalapeño and add to the food processor (without seeds and vain)
  • Now medium chop the onionand add to the food processor
  • Next roughly dice the tomato and add to the food processor
  • In the Mortar and Pestle grind the black pepper, salt and morita chile until relatively fine
  • Now add this to the food processor , hold back about half for seasoning later
  • Cut the avocados in half remove the stone and slice in to them so that they can easily removed from the shelland add the avocado flesh to the food processor.
  • Zest about 1/2 of the lime into the food processor
  • Now roll your lime on the table with some force so that it releases it juises a bit easier later
  • Slice the lime in half and squeeze both halfs into the food processor with help of the lime squeeze
  • Put your food processor on medium fast and blitz everything untill you have reached your desirect consistancy
  • In a serving bowl add the tortilla chips to one side first, then the guacamole and on top to the sides your little shrimp



This recipe makes for a perfect small lunch. Surprisingly it did fill us up more than we thought. It could be a great dish for with a drink, watching the ball game. 
If you like your guacamole a bit more chunky you can just puls blitz it in the foodprocessor. 
If you want to ommit the food processor you can even make this in a large bowl and press it with a fork. 
Like it spicy? Try it with a bit of habanero or habanero sauce.
Want some variation add some chicharon in stead of a part of the tortilla chips.
As you can see you can go many ways with this, enjoy!