Are you bored with using the same old, same old condiments on your sandwiches? Break out of your routine, replacing your favorite sandwich spreads with guacamole. “Guacamole?!” you may be thinking. Though it might sound odd, guacamole is really versatile and you can use it as a condiment in addition to a delicious dip.
Get ready to add some color and flavor to your life. Below, we’ll explain how to use guacamole on your sandwiches and in your wraps.
How does this creamy guacamole dressing sound? It’s one way to add some more flavor to a simple ham and cheese sandwich.
This guacamole with bacon will go really well with a BLT. Puree the flesh of one avocado, mixing it with 1 T. of finely chopped onion, 1 T. of chopped cilantro, and 1 T. of lemon juice. Chop two pieces of bacon into small pieces and cook them in a skillet on medium until they’re crispy. Let them cool and then mix them into the guacamole. Prep your sandwich or wrap with the bacon guacamole, tomato slices, and some lettuce leaves.
This chicken guacamole isn’t just appetizing and delicious; it’s also ideal for wraps for picnics or for taking to work. If you make it to eat at home, toast it in a skillet for a few minutes to give it a crispy touch. If you’d prefer a vegetarian version, you can switch the chicken for your favorite beans and fill your wrap with this bean guacamole.
Give your chicken sandwich a sophisticated touch with this sun-dried tomato and whitewine guacamole. Of course, it’s only for adults!
If you enjoy creamy dressings, just prep some guac ingredients and keep them in the fridge until you’re ready to use them. If you prep a large quantity, don’t forget to squeeze some lemon juice on top and cover it with plastic wrap, ensuring that the wrap touches the guac and there are no air bubbles.
Enjoy your delicious sandwiches!