Posts Tagged With: Grill

Pizza Crust (for the GRILL!)

The weekend is here, AGAIN plus summer officially started this week.  Hallelujah!  You know what that means, right?  You should…its time to break out the grill again!

If you haven’t figured it out yet, Branden and I have some sort of sick obsession with grilled pizza.  Maybe its because the possibilities are endless?  I also really enjoy anything that involves gooey cheese.  Or maybe we just enjoy grilling.  For some strange reason, grilled pizza to us always feels like its going to be less involved than say, burgers.  That’s not normally the case.  Our kitchen gets messy when we make grilled pizza (its probably my fault, when I cook, I’m a tornado).  I’m going to stick with this reasoning: the kitchen gets messy because there’s no time to clean as you go – everything comes together REALLY fast and right at the end.  You have to have all your ducks in a row when you make grilled pizza.  There is no forgiveness if you’re not prepared.  Usually…

Normally we tell you to just grab one of those handy, dandy refrigerated crusts (Pillsbury has a decent one) and if you haven’t planned ahead, these work perfectly fine.  But if you’re not making pizza on a whim, this crust recipe is super simple and CHEAP (and sooooo much better tasting).  I have a really bad track with getting bread to rise in a timely fashion at our house, but even I couldn’t screw this one up.  Easy, peasy my friends.  Good news too is that you really only need an hour’s notice if you play your cards right.  There’s not a lot of involvement with this crust and it doesn’t “knead” a million rises (sorry for the lame joke).

Need some inspiration for you naked crust for GRILLED pizza?  Check out these past posts!

Poblano & Chicken Grilled Pizza with Avocado (this is a new fan favorite)

Thai One on Pizza

Queso Fundido Grilled Pizza

Grilled Hawaiian Pizza

BBQ Chicken Pizza

Lemongrass-Chicken Pizza with Sweet Potatoes & Onion Marmalade

  • 1 c. lukewarm water, plus extra as needed
  • 1/4 c. olive oil
  • 1 tsp. honey
  • 1 pkg. active dry yeast (2 1/4 tsp.)
  • 3 c. unbleached all-purpose, plus extra as needed
  • 1/4 tsp. kosher salt

Place the water, oil, and sugar in a large bowl.  Sprinkle the yeast on top and let sit until foamy, about 5 minutes.

In a medium bowl, combine with the flour and salt.  Add to the water mixture, 1/2 cup at a time, until well incorporated.  If the dough is still, add more water.  If it is very sticky, add extra flour, 1 tablespoon at a time, until the dough is soft and slightly sticky.  Continue to mix until it feels elastic.  Turn the dough out onto a well-floured work surface.  Knead for just about 1 minutes, until just smooth and easy to work with, adding extra flour to the surface to prevent dough from sticking.  Do not over work the dough or it will be tough!

Place the dough in an oiled clean bowl, turn it several times to coat all over with the oil, then drizzle the top of the dough with a little oil.  Cover tightly with plastic wrap, place in a warm spot, and let rise until it more than doubles in volume, about one hour.

Punch the dough down and knead on a lightly floured surface for 1 to 2 minutes, until smooth.  Divide into two equal-sized balls and proceed with pizza making.

The dough may be made ahead, frozen for up to a month, and thawed at room temperature before using.

Recipe from Pizza on the Grill by Elizabeth Karmel and Bob Blumer


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Poblano & Chicken Grilled Pizza with Avocado

Big news, people!  We have been making a LOT of grilled pizza recently (like, this is one of at least 3 recipes I’m got waiting for you!!).  AND I finally found a crust recipe that’s easy and fast enough to whip up in about an hour (that includes the rise, oh yes it does)…I just need to track it down again (coming as a separate pose next week).  For this pizza, I actually had a refrigerated crust in the fridge (because I was THAT skeptical that the hour-crust would work out when we were having people over for dinner), so we went ahead and used it.  Also in big news, Branden informed me that he liked the easy, inexpensive home-made crust better than the refrigerated one – you don’t understand, he prefers Pillsbury Grands (okay, so they are kind of good in their weird, processed way) over my homemade buttermilk biscuits so this is a really big deal (and a money saver!).

But on to the pizza…we had some weird leftovers in our fridge last week that I morphed into this amazing creation that I’m going to intentionally make again.  I had pepper jack cheese, goat cheese, half of a rotisserie chicken (I LOVE these things, sooooo much flavor!), a poblano pepper, some ripe avocados, limes that were going to look a bit funky in the next day or so, and that darned pizza crust.  OBVIOUSLY having the pizza crust, these misfits were doomed to top it.

Branden was nuts about this pizza (and I’ll admit, I loved it too)!  There’s gooey, spicy cheese, crispy, garlicky crust, flavorful rotisserie chicken, creamy goat cheese, spicy poblanos, and cool avocado…heaven, anyone?  I saw a rendition of this on Pinterest (and yes, I clearly have a problem) and just went hog wild with it.  I’m just at a loss for words on how to describe this thing, but trust me when I say that all the flavors came together in an amazing way.  All of the flavors are so vibrant but they’re not beating each other up for attention – a perfect harmony.

Now here’s a question for you?  What’s your favorite pizza topping?  What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever thrown on top of a pizza?  I had kimchi on a pizza once and was NOT a fan…

  • 6 TBS extra virgin olive oil
  • 3 cloves garlic, smashed and peeled
  • 2 tsp. ground cumin
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2 large poblano chiles, quartered and seeded
  • 2 medium red onions, peeled and cut into 16 wedges
  • 1 Pizza Crust (refrigerated or other)
  • 1/2 c. store-bought salsa verde (I used this one by Guy Fieri)
  • 1 1/2 c. pulled rotisserie chicken (I buy these already cooked in the deli section of the grocery store)
  • 3 c. (10 to 12 oz.) coarsely grated pepper jack
  • 3/4 c. (about 4 oz.) crumbled goat cheese
  • 1 large ripe hass avocado, sliced thin
  • 1/3 cup chopped cilantro
  • Lime wedges, for squeezing
Preheat a grill to 500 degrees . In a small bowl, mix together the extra virgin olive oil, garlic and cumin; season with salt.
Place the chiles and onions on a baking sheet; brush with 2 tbsp. of the cumin oil. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Grill, turning with tongs, until the vegetables are charred in spots, about 5 minutes. Return the chiles and onions to the baking sheet. Cut the chiles into 1/4- to 1/3-inch strips.  (You can also do all of this in a baking pan under the broil for similar results.)
Lower the heat on one side of the the grill to low. Oil the grate on that side of the grill. Move the shaped dough to the grill. Lower the edge of the dough onto the oiled grill, draping the dough perpendicular to the grate.
Cover the grill and cook until the crust begin to bubble and brown, about 3 minutes. Remove the crust from the grill.  Invert the crust flat side down onto a baking sheet. Brush the crusts generously with the cumin oil. Spread the crusts with the salsa verde, then top with the pepper jack, chiles, chicken, and onions. Transfer the pizza carefully back to the grill. Cover and cook until the cheese melts and the bottom of the crust is browned, 2 to 3 minutes.
Off the heat, top the pizza with the goat cheese, avocado and cilantro. Serve with the lime wedges.
Adapted from Rachael Ray
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Thai One on Pizza

As promised, here’s another grilled pizza recipe…I will never get sick of these.  Ever.  I think pizza crust is a blank canvas with seriously endless possibilities for any meal.  That being said, this one’s kind of different and might freak some out, but trust me, it was awesome!  The flavor combination was like no other pizza I’ve ever had but was so reminiscent of the Thai flavors I crave.

Again, Branden said it was so imporant to be prepared here.  And another note, control the spicy factor in this dish with more or less Sriracha.


  • 1/2 c. peanut butter, ideally natural (we used Jif Natural Creamy)
  • 2 TBS Sriracha sauce
  • 6 TBS unsweetened coconut milk
  • 1/4 tsp. kosher salt, plus more to taste
  • 1 prepared pizza dough, homemade or refrigerated (again, we like Pillsbury’s for on the grill)
  • 1 1/2 c. sliced or shredded chicken (we grilled ours first)
  • 1 ripe mango, peeled, pitted, and cut into matchsticks
  • 3 scallions, sliced thinly on an angle
  • 1 c. grated mozzarella cheese
  • 1/2 c. fresh bean sprouts
  • 12 fresh mint leaves, cut into ribbons
  • 2 TBS dry-roasted peanuts, chopped
  • 1 lime, cut into 4 wedges
  1. In a medium bowl, combine the peanut butter, Sriracha, coconut milk, and salt.  Reserve for topping.
  2. Preheatthe grill, roll out and shape the dough, and grill the first side of the crust until golden.  Flip the crust.
  3. Spread the entire surface with the peanut butter sauce.  Top with the chicken, mango, and scallions.  Sprinkle with cheese.
  4. Finish grilling until the bottom of the crust is golden and the cheese is melted.
  5. Remove from the grill, sprinkle with the bean sprouts, mint, and nuts, and season with sale.  Slice and serve immediately with the lime wedges.

Adapted from Pizza on the Grill by Elizabeth Karmel & Bob Blumer

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Queso Fundido Grilled Pizza…and a Celebration!

Business first: This is my 100th post!  Thanks so much for continuing to support my blog – I really hope you’ve been enjoying it has much as I have creating it.  I’m  so excited for the future of it and can’t wait to see what it evolves to over time!  Thank you mucho, again!!

And now for the really exciting part of the post…THE FOOD!

Something about Friday evening just makes me want to veg out on the couch and stare into the oblivion…that is of course after I’ve ordered and pizza and cracked open some chips and salsa to tide me over until a high school kid delivers my cheesy carb-saucer at my door.  Okay, so its not that bad…the places we normally order from don’t deliver.  Regardless, Friday nights just make me want to be lazy and indulge in all things unheathly…almost a reverse detox if you will.  Which brings me to another round of grilled pizzas – I’ve got two more new ones for you (you can jump up and down if you’d like)!

A big thanks to Branden for these pizzas as he’s STILL in charge of the cooking at our house.  Its been over three weeks now and I’m just about half-way to being a biped again.  Finally.

Branden said the biggest thing with the pizza (and we’ve said it before when we’ve made BBQ Chicken Pizza and Hawaiian Pizza on the grill), that its so important to have all the toppings prepped before throwing the crust on the grill because once you’re cooking, you’re cooking and it goes FAST!  Also, just keep in mind the “low and slow” mantra.  Other than that, this is a breeze and delicious to boot!

On a side note, we used extra chorizo because we love it.  A lot.  Also, chill out on the adobo sauce if your tongue can’t handle lots of spice…or add more if that’s your thing.  Still not spicy enough?  Chop up some of those chipotle peppers and throw ’em on there, too!  (Whatever you do, don’t throw them away, make sure to do something awesome with them…like throwing them in this chili recipe.)


  • 1 lb. raw Mexican chorizo, casings removed
  • 1 prepared pizza crust dough, homemade or refrigerated (we often cheat because we’re lazy.  Pillsbury refrigerated crusts work GREAT on the grill)
  • 1/4 c. adobo sauce (from a can of chiles in adobo sauce)
  • 1 1/2 c. grated Chihuahua or Monterey Jack cheese
  • 1/4 c. crumbled queso fresco
  • 2 large poblano peppers, roasted, seeded, and sliced into strips
  • 2 plum tomatoes
  • 1 ripe Haas avocado, peeled, pitted, and cut into thin wedges
  • Kosher salt and ground pepper to taste
  1. Preheat a small saucepan over medium-high heat for 1 to 2 minutes.  Add the sausage and cook, stirring occasionally and breaking up any clumps, until no longer pink.  Drain on paper towels and reserve for topping.
  2. Preheat the grill, roll out and shape the dough, and grill the first side of the crust until golden.  Flip the crust.
  3. Spread the entire surface with the adobo sauce.  Top with the cheeses.  Sprinkle with the crumbled chorizo, poblano strips, and tomatoes.  Grill until crust is golden and cheeses are melted.
  4. Remove from the grill and garnish with the avocado and season with salt and pepper.  Slice and serve imediately.

Adapted from Pizza on the Grill by Elizabeth Karmel & Bob Blumer

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Branden’s Pulled Pork with Homemade BBQ Sauce: Part II

So now for Part II: setting up the gas grill to act as a smoker.  This was a really funny process as an innocent bystander, but Branden is still a little salty about it a month later.  First, we forgot to rub the meat until about midnight the night before, so our 2 a.m. goal of getting the meat on the grill was kind of crushed.  Then Branden stayed up late per normal with a goal of getting it on the grill around 4 a.m. before he went to bed, but ran into problem after problem getting the grill and thermometers configured to what you set above and ended up angry and burnt (from the water AND the fire…he definitely had some singed arm hairs!).  All issues aside, the meat finally got on the grill at 6 a.m. and Branden finally turned in to bed.  I was up at 8 a.m. (doggone internal alarm clock) and stayed on meat monitoring duty for the next several hours poolside…someone had to do it!  This was definitely a little more eventful than it needed to be, but worth it in the end.

The key to tender pulled pork that falls apart when you touch it is low and slow.  Remember that: low and slow.  It doesn’t matter how hungry you are or when you think the meat should be done, let it do its thing (low and slow) and you will be rewarded.

You’re going to need some hardware for smoking on the grill:

  • Smoker Box
  • Applewood chips
  • Aluminum roasting pan
  • Two meat thermometers (the kind with the probe that you leave in the meat)

Branden removed one of the grill grates so that he could put the smoker box as close to the heat source as possible.  He then placed a generous handful of  wood chips in the smoker box.  The left side of the grill was the only side with burners on as we didn’t want the grill to get too hot.  On the right side of the grill, we filled a tin roasting pan with water and then placed the meat on a grill rak on top of it.  This seems weird, but its used mostly for temperature control.  Every time you open the grill, you loose a lot of the heat.  The water acts kind of like a stabilizer and helps the grill temperature to not fluctuate so drastically.

For those meat thermometers, go ahead and jam one right into the heart of the pork butt.  Crumple tin foil around the probe of the other thermometer and set it inside the grill.  We want to be able to really monitor the internal grill temperature to make sure it doesn’t get to hot and cook our meat too fast.  We used a thermometer that had an alarm on it and set it to beep if the temp got too hot.

In terms of good cooking tips, Branden plans on 1.5 to 2 hours per pound (our 6 lb. hunk of heaven was projected to take 12 hours).  How did Branden arrive at this timing?  Check out this link for some details that I think are best from the source.  He’s done a lot of research on this topic and found this information really helpful (if you really know my husband, you know how he loves to research!).  Bottom line is, you want to keep your grill temp steady around 250° until the internal pork temp reaches 180º.  It will stall out for a long time at around 150º, but don’t be tempted to crank up the heat!  Leave well enough alone and walk away.  Just walk away…

After the pork has reached 180º, let it set for about an hour (covered) before pulling it.  Branden just used two forks to pull it and after 13 hours on the grill, the meat literally fell apart.  Most folks will eat it on a bun with BBQ sauce, but not me!  I took mine bunless (why waste the room in my stomach?) and smothered in sauce.  Delicious and well worth the wait!

Need some more tips and details?  Check out this link for grill setup or this link for information on smoking.  Got questions for Branden?  Click on the “Contact the Author” page and shoot me an email- I’d be happy to ask him and get back to you!


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Grilled Hawaiian Pizza

Hungry for another grilled pizza recipe?  Here’s another gem from Branden and I’s collection of grilled pizzas we’ve created.  This one was inspired by our favorite Hawaiian pizza found only at Avalanche Pizza in Athens, Ohio.  There, they not only throw ham and pineapple on their pizza, but they also add irresistible, crunchy bacon to the mix!  So, in true Avalanche fashion, we’ve come up with our homemade version.  Not quite the same, but it comes close to the real deal.

  • Pizza Crust, homemade or refrigerated such as Pillsbury
  • Red Pizza Sauce (we really like Mid’s)
  • 2 cups fresh pineapple, chopped
  • 1/4 lb. bacon, fried and crumbled
  • 1/4 lb. thick cut ham (we’ve used deli style for simplicity’s sake)
  • 2 c. finely shredded mozzarella cheese
  1. Fry the bacon in a pan until crisp.  Set aside.
  2. Please don’t judge me for this next part…fry the ham slices in the bacon fat until heated through and beginning to crisp.  This adds a nice little crunch to the ham which we really like.  Drain on a paper towel and slice.
  3. Preheat your grill on low and place the pizza crust directly on the grates.  Grill crust until it starts to brown on the bottom and become slightly firm.  The key and pre-cooking here.  Once browned, flip the crust.
  4. Top with sauce, pineapple, bacon, ham, and finally the cheese.  Continue cooking until cheese is melted and the crust is toasted.
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The New Cookout: Grilled BBQ Chicken Pizza

Happy 4th of July!  If you’re grilling out today, why not consider adding pizza to the mix?  This pizza is the picture of Americana in my eyes!

Branden and I love pizza on the grill!  It’s so versatile and its a great crowd pleaser when friends come into town.  Its simple to throw together on the grill with a little prep as soon as folks arrive in the evening.  Some of our favorite varieties are Giuseppe (an Italian pizza with peppers, tomatoes, and spicy sausage – recipe to follow at another time), Margherita, and BBQ Chicken.

Now I know what you’re thinking…this can’t be easy.  Branden and I have a tiny Weber Q100 (the small Weber Q) and do just fine.  And have no fear to those of you who are intimidated by bread baking…Pillsbury has pre-made, refrigerated pizza dough that not only saves time, but tastes great too.  I do enjoy making pizza dough, but let’s be honest, I don’t always have time to let it rise for over an hour when I get home from work in the evenings, so pre-made dough is like manna from heaven.

I’ll be sharing some more pizza-on-the-grill recipes as summer continues, so stay tuned!  Until then, enjoy some BBQ!

  • 1 pizza crust (homemade or refrigerated)
  • 3/4 c. BBQ sauce (we like Sticky Finger’s Tennessee Whiskey for its intense flavor and bit of a kick)
  • 1/2 lb. grilled chicken breast
  • 1/4 of a red onion, chopped
  • 1/4 lb peppered bacon, cooked until crisp and crumbled
  • 2 c. finely shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  1. The key is low and slow here!!  Preheat your grill on low and place the pizza crust directly on the grates.  Grill crust until it starts to brown on the bottom and become slightly firm.  The key and pre-cooking here.  Once browned, flip the crust.
  2. Top with BBQ sauce, chicken, bacon, and red onion before smothering with cheese.  Close the grill and let cook, about 5-7 minutes longer.  Make sure to keep the grill low as you don’t want to burn the bottom of the pizza before the cheese melts.  Serve immediately.

Besides the low-and-slow rule, another key is making sure your toppings are prepared before you start grilling your crust.

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Grilled Pesto Chicken Sandwiches

This dinner is 100% courtesy of Branden.  My only major contribution was the fact that I ran down the street to the bakery for some fresh sour dough bread.  Go me!

Branden found this recipe in his new grilling cookbook that I surprised him with a few weeks ago.  The recipes and photos are fabulous and we’re really excited to try more recipes this summer, especially since this one turned out so well.  Follow this recipe to the “T” and you won’t be disappointed!

On a side note, if you’re looking for a good cookbook, I have to say that Branden and I have about a dozen different ones by Williams-Sonoma and they have never disappointed.  The cookbooks are well written and always have pictures and tips.  They actually make for good reading; the grilling cookbook talks about different cuts of meat, grilling techniques, and game plans for executing the recipes.  Williams-Sonoma definitely knows what they’re doing in terms of making a well-rounded book that can be enjoyed by novices and master chefs alike.

  • 4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves, about 6 oz. each
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper
  • 1 tsp. Italian seasoning
  • Olive oil for brushing
  • 8 slices of fontina cheese
  • 8 slices of sourdough bread
  • Mayonnaise
  • 8 thick tomato slices
  • 4 TBS basil pesto, homemade or store-bought (we used store bought because we figured homemade might kill our basil plant this early in the season)
  1. Season the chicken breat halves with salt and pepper and sprinkle evenly with the Italian seasoning.  Brush lightly on all sides with the oil.
  2. Prepare the charcoal or gas grill for direct grilling over high heat.  Brush and oil the grill grate.
  3. Place the chicken on the grill directly over the fire and cook until nicely grill-marked and relatively firm to the touch, 6-8 minutes on each side depending on the thickness.  You want the chicken to be opaque throughout but still moist and juicy inside.  About 2 minutes before the chicken is ready, place 2 slices of the cheese on each breast half, cover the grill, and allow the cheese to melt.  Put the bread slices along the edge of the grill at the same time, and turn once after 1 minute to toast both sides.
  4. Transfer the chicken and bread slices to a cutting board.  Spread the bread slices with the mayonnaise, if desired.  Cut each breast half against the grain on the diagonal into 3-4 pieces.  Arrange 1 sliced breast half on each of 4 bread slices.  Top with 2 tomato slices, and then top the tomatoes with 1 tablespoon of the pesto, spreading it evenly over the tomatoes.  Close the sandwiches with the remaining bread slices, and serve.
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Hurry Up Summer: I’m Hungry for BURGERS!

I can’t take credit for today’s post at all.  I had a REALLY long day starting at 5 a.m. last Friday and didn’t get home until 8:30 p.m.  I had asked/demanded that Branden prepare dinner before I got home so I could just relax after my day upon arrival.  He’s a really good cook and his dinner he came up with didn’t disappoint at all!

We are both incredibly ready for warm weather and all that comes with it- grilling, summer veggies and fresh herbs, eating outside, and fires in the back yard.  Seriously, I can’t wait and Friday’s dinner didn’t help me with my patience.  About a month or so ago, we got a Williams-Sonoma catalogue in the mail that had an absolutely incredible looking stuffed burger on the front.  My mouth was watering and we’ve been dying to try it.  Branden was able to track down the recipe and ended up making his own creation based off the original.  Our burgers were accompanied by grilled green onions and asparagus and roasted sweet potato fries (a weakness of mine, especially with some homemade aioli!).

I’ll start with the sides first before I move on to the burgers.  We love grilled veggies.   Quite frankly, my favorite way to make asparagus is on the grill- I just love the little bit of char that forms on the spears.  I also really like the fact that its pretty hard to make asparagus mushy on the grill.  I like my veggies crunchy, so grilling (or broiling in the winter) is my cooking method of choice.  Toss in some fresh garlic, sea salt, fresh cracked pepper, and olive oil and you’re good to go.  I’ve been known to grill a whole bundle of asparagus and eat the entire thing myself– no fork needed!  This method also works wonders on green onions that almost turn sweet on the grill (a perfect way to use those leftover onions in the crisper that often go to waste).

Now for the burgers.  Yum.

Branden mixed his 80/20 ground beef with chili powder, cayenne, cumin, white pepper, fresh cracked black pepper, minced roasted garlic (from a jar), and Worcestershire sauce.  I wish I could give you exact measurements, but he kind of threw things in as he went (and did a wonderful job, I might add!).  The original recipe called for stuffing the burgers with pepper jack cheese, but we had an “incident” last summer with stuffed burgers, so Branden decided to play it safe and melt the cheese on top.

And for the fixin’s!  Branden grilled fresh kaiser rolls from the bakery that were rubbed with a bit of olive oil to make them toast up nice.  He also grilled fresh red onions.  And if it couldn’t get any better, he fried thick-cut peppered bacon until crisp.  And even better yet was the avocado mash!  The combination of the heat of the burger seasonings and pepper jack cheese with the cool avocado, salty bacon, and sweet grilled onions was bliss in my mouth!  I instantly was reminded why I yearned for summer and the opportunity to create magic on the grill.  These burgers were amazing.  I know that it helps that my husband knows his way around a grill, but the unbeatable flavor combination here helped knock this burger out of the park.  We will definitely be making these again and will probably have to have some friends over to enjoy as well because they’re too good to keep to ourselves!

Avocado Mash/Guacamole:

  • 2 large avocados, preferably Haas, peeled and pitted
  • 1 TBS fresh lime juice
  • Kosher salt, to taste
  • 1 1/2 TBS chopped fresh cilantro

In a bowl, combine the avocados and lime juice and mash them together with a fork. Season with salt and stir in the cilantro.

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