Top Rated Guacamole Recipes

Chicken Sandwiches
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A spicy grilled Mexican sandwich everyone will love. Check out more great Memorial Day Recipes!
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zucchini fries
Dip these crisp zucchini fries into a flavorful pesto-guacamole inspired dip for an amazingly healthy indulgence. These fries taste a bit like French fries and a bit like onion rings—super crunchy on the outside with a soft center. However, it is the avocado aioli that sends this over the top. This vegan alternative to classic aioli is full of good-for-you fats that everyone will love.
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Best Ancho Skirt Steak Quesadilla
Quesadillas are one of my favorite things in the world to make (I've said it before, I always have ingredients for them on hand. They're quick, easy, cheesy, and tasty, and I always pair them with three of my all-time favorite accoutrements: salsa, guac, and crema. Weekdays, weekends, dinner, as a snack, I could eat these every day (I sometimes do). Making the best quesadillas in the world requires just a few easy steps. Stay true to my trinity of quesadilla truisms and you can't go wrong. One, always use flour tortillas and be sure to steam them before putting them in the pan or on the flattop. Two, make sure there's a thin, even coating of refried beans and cheese on the insides of the tortillas for cohesion (if you're making homemade refried beans, I love you, but most often I have to cop to doctoring up store-bought stuff). Three, use a super hot pan and be ready to flip. A few other secrets to take your quesadilla to the next level? Freshly made salsa and guac, and cheesy, onion-and-hot-sauce-fortified refried beans for truly tasty cohesion. Oh, don't ever overstuff them, and always let them rest for a few minutes before quartering. P.S. If you can get your hands on some freshly made tortillas, do it. I brought these back from Texas and froze them. Game-changing. Click here to see Quesadillas to Suit Every Taste.
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Oven-roasted shredded suckling pig, habanero-sour orange salsa, chicharron salad and guacamole
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Shrimp Burrito with Tomatillo Salsa
Making a burrito isn't as labor-intensive as you think, especially because most of the ingredients can be bought ready-made at the store — salsa, guacamole, canned beans, and in this case, even cooked shrimp, if you're feeling particularly, ahem, lazy. But if you're going to make something from scratch here, I would insist on the salsa. You don't even need to chop anything for this one; just throw everything into a food processor and you'll have a fresher-tasting salsa than anything store-bought, with a balance of tanginess and heat that will make this burrito something special. Click here to see 6 Burrito Recipes: Simple or Sophisticated, You Decide.
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Don't just make sliders — make international ones, like American, Italian, and Southwest varieties. The American is a classic combination of Cheddar cheese and bacon, the Southwest gives guacamole a new meaning beyond a dip for a chip, and the Italian solves the dilemma of whether to serve meatballs or sliders at your next party.  Click here to see more recipes from HUNGRY. 
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Loaded (Lighter) Nachos
To make this meatless, simply omit the turkey and add another can of beans (try black beans to switch it up a bit). If you’re making these for a big crowd, serve the nachos with fixings in separate bowls, so that guests can top their nachos to their liking. Click here for more Healthy Super Bowl Recipes.
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Beef Tacos (Inspired by Aziz Ansari)
NOT LONG AGO, I saw comedian Aziz Ansari on tour. He made me laugh for two hours straight—and impressed me with his deep love of tacos, which he talked about at length. Inspired, I set about learning how to prepare all the ingredients that make a taco delicious: pico de gallo, guacamole, and, for this one, nicely sauteed beef. (If your market sells quality beef cut and packaged for stir-fry, feel free to use it here.) Tacos are great for dinner (or anytime, really) because it’s like you’re having a little party for yourself. Obviously, they’re also fun to make for friends, and this recipe can easily be multiplied. Have these with a cold Negra Modelo beer, and raise your glass to Aziz.Excerpted from COOKING SOLO, © 2016 by Klancy Miller. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.
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A popular burrito style stuffed with specially prepared poblano peppers. Here's a recipe inspired by the traditional chile relleno burrito to get you started making your own at home. 
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My savory breakfast rolls evolved from a childhood love of making cinnamon rolls. My mother had her own special recipe for sweet rolls, and she almost always included me in the process. She’d let me help roll the yeast dough, then sprinkle it with cinnamon and sugar. I never have time to make yeast dough now, but I like how well savory ingredients rolled into dough works with the cupcake pan. At my home, this savory roll recipe is a child-friendly adventure in baking, especially since it calls for several store-bought items. Present the ingredients in individual bowls — or in the wells of an extra cupcake pan — to make layering fun and easy for your children. Click here to see more recipes for your cupcake pan. 
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Make these nachos for your next tailgating party or serve them as an appetizer. It's a fun dish and easy to make.  For more recipes, visit Taste of Home. Click here to see 7 Surprising Things You Can Make in the Microwave
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