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RECIPES BY BOSH!: GUACAMOLE POTATO SALAD (VIDEO)

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01 May 2018

This is a winning creation – it’s creamy, rich and luscious with a lime twist. This is the perfect side for a BBQ and brings back memories of childhood potato salads, but with a remixed, delicious Mexican flavour. This is a go-to dish of ours and we promise it will not disappoint

 
Video via BOSH!

SERVES 4–6

1kg new potatoes

25g dairy-free butter

1 lime

3 avocados

2 tbsp olive oil

60ml unsweetened plant-based milk

2 tbsp vegan mayonnaise

2 tsp garlic powder

2 tsp salt, plus a little extra

1 tsp black pepper

250g cherry tomatoes

1 large fresh red chilli

½ red onion

40g fresh coriander

Large saucepan with a lid | Liquidiser

HOW TO MAKE

  1. Cut the potatoes into quarters (or halves if they’re small) and put them in the saucepan
  2. Fill the pan with cold water and add a large pinch of salt
  3. Turn the heat to high and bring to the boil, then reduce the heat to low and simmer for 8–10 minutes, until the potatoes are cooked through
  4. Drain and tip back into the pan
  5. Add the dairy-free butter and stir it through the potatoes so that they’re well covered, then set aside
  6. Halve the lime and squeeze the juice into the liquidiser
  7. Halve and carefully stone the avocados by tapping the stone firmly with the heel of a knife so that it lodges in the pits, then twist and remove the stones
  8. Scoop the avocado flesh into the liquidiser
  9. Add the olive oil, plant-based milk, vegan mayonnaise, garlic powder, salt and pepper and whizz to a thick cream, adding a splash more plant-based milk if needed
  10. Dice the cherry tomatoes
  11. Rip the stem from the chilli, cut it in half lengthways and remove the seeds, if you prefer a milder flavour, then finely chop
  12. Peel and finely chop the onion
  13. Put the chopped vegetables into a large serving bowl and add the dressing and potatoes
  14. Chop the coriander leaves and finely slice the stalks and sprinkle into the bowl
  15. Stir everything together so that it’s well mixed, then enjoy!

RECIPES BY BOSH!: GUACAMOLE POTATO SALAD

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