Super Lemon Haze Mexican Guacamole
Recipe by Jessica Catalano, author of The Ganja Kitchen Revolution: The Bible of Cannabis Cuisine
Nothing beats enjoying guacamole during a meal with people you love. As summer draws to an end, people are getting ready for the upcoming Labor Day holiday. Family gatherings, private dinners, weekend getaways, and parties are just around the corner. This recipe is the perfect dish to serve at any BBQ or food gathering with your favorite people this weekend.
Super Lemon Haze adds a brilliant floral lemon citrus flavor to the guacamole uplifting your taste buds with each bite. Enjoy on a burger, by itself, with chips, or by the spoonful! The medicinal effects of this strain are strong and will hit you with a very powerful high. It stimulates appetite, is great for pain, provides an uplifting feeling, and is the perfect balance between the body and mind effect.
MISE EN PLACE:
4 Haas avocados 1 sweet white onion 2 small heads of garlic 1 cup small cherry tomatoes 1 lime 1 ounce of Basic marijuana Olive Oil infused with 1 gram of kief or concentrate of Super Lemon Haze 1 level teaspoon paprika 1 level teaspoon chili powder ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper Cracked pepper and sea salt to taste
Remove the skins and seeds from the avocados then mash them in a medium mixing bowl. Dice the onion and cherry tomatoes into ¼-inch cubes, and finely mince the garlic cloves. Add onion, tomatoes, and garlic to the mashed avocado. Cut the lime in half then squeeze the juice of both halves onto this mixture. Add the Basic Super Lemon Haze Olive Oil (recipe below), paprika, chili powder, cayenne pepper, cracked pepper and sea salt. Stir this mixture until fully combined and check to see if you need to season with a little more cracked pepper and sea salt.
Chill for 30 minutes, and serve chilled or at room temperature.
If your gram of kief or concentrate has 50% THC, then you will have 500mg in the entire recipe. Divide the servings to the mg dosage you wish. For example, 8 servings would yield 62.5mg each. Break it down to smaller servings for a lower dose.
Our latest columnist, Jessica Catalano, is from Colorado—but her DOPE recipes are from all over the fuckin’ place, man. Among the 70 recipes in her latest book; The Ganja Kitchen Revolution: The Bible of Cannabis Cuisine, you’ll find easy-to-follow formulas for making hella stoney stuff like Indian Mango Lassis, English Buttermilk Currant Scones and German Meat Loaves to name just a few. We’re happy to announce that Jessica’ll be cookin’ up new recipes for us on an ongoing basis.
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