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AIP or not, this twist on an old fave is sure to be a crowd pleaser! A fun dish at any Cinco de Mayo celebration, I’ve enjoyed this guacamole as an appetizer, a side item and even paired it with a starch to make it a main meal. Note: the “tortilla” pictured is an AIP plantain wrap and the recipe can be found here.
- Place shrimp, garlic and sea salt in a bowl to toss, marinate 30 minutes and set aside. I like to do this first so that shrimp are evenly coated in the spices. Note: shrimp may also be marinated overnight.
- Make your guac: In a medium bowl, mash together avocado, lime juice and salt to desired consistency. Mix in onion and cilantro.
- Cook the shrimp: Heat olive oil in a pan over medium high heat. Add marinated shrimp to pan and cook for 1 to 2 minutes per side until just opaque and cooked through.
- Assemble: Place guacamole in a dish of your choice, top with garlic shrimp and Enjoy!