Truth be told, I am not a fan of guacamole. Yes…it’s true, I HATE raw onions, not big on jalapeños and even though I do like raw tomatoes, for some reason I just don’t like it in guacamole. I guess to please our picky pallets, my mom always made it without the veggies…it was pretty much avocados and salt! So this specific sauce is a version of that guac that she would make whenever we had chicken flautas for dinner. We would drizzle the sauce over them…okay dunk the flautas in our large puddle of avocado sauce on our plate! It is smooth and refreshing, perfectly delicious! It’s easy to make and really hard to not eat it by the spoon fulls!
Yields: 2 cups Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 0 minutes
- 4 Medium- Large Avocados
- 1/2 cup Milk
- 1 tsp. Salt
- 1 Tbsp. Lime Juice (optional)
*Completely forgot to photograph the lime because I didn’t use it this time, BUT if you are not serving the sauce immediately, a tablespoon of lime juice will help it from browning faster!
In a blender place avocados, milk and salt.
Blend on high and scrape the sides if needed.
The sauce should be smooth with a thick consistency. Serve immediately, or tightly cover until ready to serve.
This goes perfectly with the mini-crispy-tacos !