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cinco de mayo

It’s Cinco de Mayo — mariachi bands, dancers in traditional costumes, authentic Mexican food, and crowds of people are filling the streets! Before you start mixing up a stiff margarita on the rocks or indulging in huge amounts of mouthwatering guacamole, take some time to educate yourself on why we celebrate Cinco de Mayo and Mexican culture. Check out these 5 facts about this infamous holiday:

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One of Platinum’s own, Cuau Sandoval, decided to share his quick and easy, Mexican guacamole recipe with us.  In his words, it’s “the easiest and tastiest recipe [he] know[s], and it will make enough for 6-8 of your friends”: cuau sandoval guacamole recipe

  • 4 avocados
  • ½ yellow onion
  • ½ a cup of fresh cilantro
  • 7 oz of green/tomatillo salsaEl Milagro Tortilla Chips

Finely chop the onion and cilantro. With a spoon, scoop out the avocados and place in a bowl. Add all the ingredients together and stir. Grab a tortilla chip and taste, add salt if necessary!

Cuau’s Tip: For tasty tortilla chips that won’t break under the guacamole’s weight, try El Milagro. You can make your own green/tomatillo salsa recipe to tailor to your tastes, or you can purchase a premade version at the local grocery store.

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  • Yum! Growing up, my mom made the best Mexican food dishes (with recipes from our Spanish neighbors). Mexican food is like my comfort food. I will definitely have to try that guac recipe.

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