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  • Food: Guacamole

  • Writer: Alice

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The best guacamole recipe! It is a quick party appetizer or a delectable topping for tacos, burritos, and other dishes. It only requires six basic ingredients.

Make this guacamole recipe if you need an emergency appetizer for a picnic this weekend! Forget about that. If you require an appetizer for a barbeque, party, gathering, or get-together at any time of the year, prepare this guacamole recipe.

It is incredibly simple to make with only 6 ingredients and is always a hit. It tastes great and is creamy, tangy, and salty. This homemade is so good that even Jack, who typically dislikes avocado, can’t get enough of it.


Food: Guacamole
Source: Allrecipes

You won’t believe how simple it is to make guacamole if this is your first time learning how to do it. There are only a few basic components required:

  • Avocados. To ensure they are completely ripe, try to purchase them a day or two in advance. Until you’re ready to create your guacamole, keep them in the refrigerator if they’re soft. Allow them to ripen for a day or two at room temperature if they are firm (or hard). Squeeze them to determine whether they are ripe. They ought to have a little give.
  • onion in red. It gives something crisp and flavorful flavor.
  • Cilantro. due to freshness.
  • lime zest and juice. They provide acidity and brightness to our homemade guacamole.
  • Jalapeño. for warmth!
  • Also, salt. to make each flavor stand out. Although I frequently use fine sea salt in my cooking, I believe that is best made with coarser salt. If you don’t have flaky Maldon salt available, normal kosher salt or sea salt will work just as well.

Cut the limes into zest and juice, along with the red onion, cilantro, and jalapenos. Each avocado should be split lengthwise, and the pit should be gently taken out. Use a spoon to scoop the avocado flesh into a big bowl after scoring it in a grid pattern.

To achieve the appropriate consistency, add the other ingredients and gently mash with a fork or a potato masher. (I prefer chunky guacamole; nonetheless, you do you.)

Enjoy with a dash of seasoning!


  • Just before serving, prepare it. After being cut open, avocados begin to oxidize or turn brown, just like bananas and apples do. Although the hue won’t affect how your tastes, it won’t look good at gatherings and parties. Just before serving, mix everything to get the brightest, greenest guacamole. In the odd event that you have any leftovers, put them in an airtight container and cover the with plastic wrap. For up to two days, keep it in the refrigerator after sealing the container.
  • Adjust to taste. Don’t be scared to customize your homemade guacamole to your preferences because everyone has distinct preferences. Add additional lime if you prefer it tangier. Add more jalapenos if you prefer your food spicy. Salt to taste should always be added.
  • Switch it up! Even while this simple recipe is delicious as is, you can still experiment with it. To change the texture or flavor profile, feel free to add more fruit, cheese, or vegetables. I enjoy adding Cotija cheese, roasted corn kernels, minced garlic, diced tomatoes, or mango or pineapple salsa as garnishes to mine. In addition, it tastes great with a swirl of adobo sauce from a can of chipotles, pickled onions, or pickled jalapenos in place of raw ones. Please share any modifications you try!


Usually, I serve this simple recipe as a dip or as a part of Mexican or Tex-Mex dishes. If you’re eating it as an appetizer, you should have tortilla chips on hand for dipping.

Sliced vegetables also go well with it. Serve it alone or combine it with refried beans, tomato salsa, tomatillo salsa, and/or pico de gallo to create a bigger appetizer dish.

If not, spoon your homemade guacamole onto some nachos or have it with some baked taquitos. Put it on a taco or pile it into a burrito bowl with cilantro lime rice and fajita vegetables.

Or create a taco bar at home! Lay out the guacamole, pinto, or black beans, and any additional fixings you choose. Put them all inside tortillas and devour!

P.S. Don’t forget to drink your margaritas.


This recipe for simplicity is fantastic! It is easy to make, creamy, tangy, and tasty with only 6 ingredients.

Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Serves: 4 to 6


  • 3 ripe avocados
  • 1/4 cup diced red onion
  • 1/4 cup finely chopped cilantro
  • Zest and juice of 2 limes
  • 1 small diced jalapeño
  • 1/2 teaspoon coarse sea saltmore to taste
  • 1/2 teaspoon cuminoptional
  • Tortilla chipsfor serving


Food: Guacamole
Source: Allrecipes
  1. The avocados, onion, cilantro, lime zest and juice, jalapeno, salt, and cumin should all be combined in a big bowl. Mix the items in a bit of a chunky state using a fork. according to taste.
  2. Add tortilla chips to the dish.