Salmon Guacamole Chips – A Snack Experiment

We all have that “hungry” moment: walking home after a long day of school, the stomach craves a tasty snack—as tasty as possible.

Experiencing such a hunger attack today, I opened the fridge and created the following snack.

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Ingredients:
– Fresh avocado
– Fresh mango
– Fresh corn
– Fresh lemon
– Salt
– Tortilla chips, alternatively, regular chips
– Salmon sashimi or “sushi-grade” salmon, alternatively, cooked salmon.
– Washed spinach leaves

Procedures:

Peel fresh avocado and mango, and cut into small pieces.

Peel fresh avocado and mango, and cut into small pieces.

Smash avocado. Add mango pieces. Mix thoroughly.

Smash avocado. Add mango pieces. Mix thoroughly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Squeeze fresh lemon into the avocado mix. Mix thoroughly. Add salt.

Squeeze fresh lemon juice into the avocado mix. Mix thoroughly. Add salt.

Cut kernels off the cob of a boiled corn.

Cut kernels off the cob of a boiled corn.

Add corn kernels to the avocado mix. Mix thoroughly to make guacamole.

Add corn kernels to the avocado mix. Mix thoroughly to make guacamole.

Cut salmon sashimi or cooked salmon into small pieces.

Cut salmon sashimi or cooked salmon into small pieces.

Add salmon pieces, guacamole, and spinach leaves to tortilla chips.

Add salmon pieces, guacamole, and spinach leaves to tortilla chips.

The snack was so appetizing that I quickly finished two plates. There is a famous saying about appetizers: “Appetizers are the little things you keep eating until you lose your appetite.” This was certainly my case today, and I truly hope that this snack and appetizer can bring you a moment of joy.

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