With a tablespoon scoop out the meat and place in serving bowl.
Cut lime in half and squeeze juice over avocado.
Using a tablespoon, gently break up the avocado so that you have large chunks.
Add the salsa and the salt.
Sprinkle the taco seasoning over the top.
Gently fold together so that you have chunky Guacamole.
Top with a little chopped cilantro
IF you don't want to make your own Taco Seasoning, use the McCormick Taco Seasoning Mix which comes in little packets. It has all the spices you need in the proper measurement. One packet will make approximately four batches of awesome Guacamole.
Seasoning a Molcajete
Soak your Molcajete in water for a couple of hours and then let it air dry.
Add a handful of rice and pound it into the mortar with the pestle until it has turned to powder. The powder will be grey in color. Repeat this step over again until the rice flour is no longer a grey color.
Add a clove of fresh garlic, fresh cilantro, cumin seeds and Kosher salt to the mortar. Smash up the seasonings into a paste and let it sit in the Molcajete overnight.
It may take a few batches of my This Old Gal's Simple Guacamole to fully season your Molcajete, but it will be totally worth it. You know how after your Cast Iron Skillet has become nicely seasoned thing just cook better?