We get Rosa Mexicano's recipe for this addictive appetizer
Guacamole is an appetizing dip that is usually quickly scooped up and finished at parties or whenever it's served. Creamy, spicy, and just plain fun to eat, this popular dish can be made in a variety of ways. In his latest cookbook, Truly Mexican, chef Roberto Santibañez plays around with Classic Guacamole, adding bits of crab and shrimp for his Seafood Guacamole and pungent blue cheese for his aptly named Blue Cheese Guacamole.
Inspired by his creativity, we rounded up some other 'unusual' guacamole recipes for you to test out when you're in the mood for something a little different. (Could be the perfect party platter — guacamole six ways...)
Pickled red onion and flakey white fish adds a little crunch and texture to this winning guacamole recipe.
Tomatillos add a chunky twist to this dip, while chopped tomatoes add a splash of color.
Who knew that adding a little crab and shrimp would make such an incredible dish?
An easy, and fresh-tasting dip that makes use of sweet summertime mango.
Chopped smoked almonds nicely balance out the creaminess and strong blue cheese flavor in this unique recipe.
Roasted garlic adds depth and flavor to creamy avocados and is a must-try for any garlic lovers out there.