Our former favorite lunch spot in Puerto Vallarta is no more. It was located on a second floor overlooking the Malecón, beach, and statues. Unfortunately, although we found the stairwell entrance, the establishment was no longer there.
Not to despair. We soon found another favorite — Mi Querencia (My Fondness). Here the drinks were cold and abundant, the guacamole made fresh beside the table, and the pescado sarandeado (tossed fish) an appetizing treat.
So, let’s take a look at the assembling of an authentic Mexican guacamole from start to finish. First you start with fresh, ripe avocado:
Next you carefully cut up the avocado with a pair of spoons to maintain texture. No insipid mushing here!
Then come the not-so-secret flavoring ingredients:
After adding it all together you mix it all up one last time before serving.
By now you’re probably ready for a second margarita, this one papaya.
After the guacamole it’s time to share an entrée. That would be the local area specialty pescado sarandeado, or “tossed fish”, a red snapper (usually) in a chile and garlic based marinade, finished up on the grill.
After refueling it was time to once again hit the streets. Next up on Wednesday will be Puerto Vallarta’s exquisite Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe church.
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