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Top-ranked recipe named "Low Fat Guacamole"
Thanks to everyone for the wonderful recipes that are posted every day. I am finally posting. This recipe was in the 4-22-98 edition of the Pasadena (California) Star News. The lady who developed it, Joan Takayama-Ogawa is a finalist in the Sunset Magazine Centennial Cookoff. She is one of 14 finalists in this contest. The grand prize winner will be announced in the September edition of the magazine. In food processor, blend the cooked frozen peas into a paste. Add the cooked artichoke heart. Set pea and artichoke heart paste aside. In food processor, blend green onion (scallion), jalapeno and cilantro until all ingredients are thoroughly chopped and mixed. Mix in pea and artichoke paste. Mix in avocado, lemon juice and salt to the entire mixture. Blend until guacamole is completely mixed. Chill up to one day or serve immediately. Makes about 6 servings (2 cups) Note: Guacamole can be made a day in advance without discoloring. It does not turn brown until two or three days. Artichoke and frozen peas can also be made in advance. Posted to JEWISH-FOOD digest by Harriet Neal
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