1/4 chopped red onion
a bunch cilantro
chorizo, cut in small cubes
Just because we cook paleo, doesn't mean we cannot serve great amuse-bouche. An amuse-bouche is a little bite size appetizer. This is also very useful for situations when:
- you are waiting for food to cook and ... starving
- you are in the mood for TV snacks
- you feel playful and snacky (which happens way more often than any of us would like to admit).
I baked the plantain chips for about 15 min in the oven at 350 degrees. I had arranged them on aluminum foil in a baking pan, with a drizzle of oil and a dash of cayenne powder.
I made a quick guacamole while the chips were baking combining all the ingredients in a bowl and mashing it all together to get a smooth consistency. Finally I cut the chorizo in cubes. Once the chips were done, I combined everything by adding one cube of chorizo and a tsp of guac on every chip.