Top Rated Guacamole Recipes

Simple Guacamole Recipe
Fresh tomatoes, cilantro, and avocados are the key to a flavorful guacamole. Lime juice helps slow the browning process and adds bright citrusy notes as well.
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Aviche the Guacamole of the Sea
This award-winning guacamole recipe by Ellie Ratcliffe, Lindsay Liu, and Lauren Cooper won Judge's Choice at Guactacular 2011 earlier this year.
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We all know chips and guac taste good together, and this recipe makes the best out of both by deep-frying them together. 
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guacamole
Whether you pair this guacamole with whole-grain chips or vegetable sticks, your body will benefit from the avocado’s healthy fats. This light dip can even add flavor to your meal, without the excess calories of other sauce.
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chia guacamole
Elevate your guacamole game with Arian Foster’s Roasted Garlic and Chia Guacamole recipe.This recipe is provided by Health Warrior.
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For a twist on traditional guacamole, try this recipe that features sun-dried tomatoes and green chiles. 
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  Yet again, we have another perfect guacamole recipe to work with. This one allows for creativity and flexibility, while keeping all of the basic principles of making guacamole intact. 
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Guacamole.
Guac. So simple. Avocados that are firm but with that slight give, some chopped tomatoes, lemon juice, salt and pepper and you're set. Too easy to buy premade. I go heavy on lemon juice.
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Tomatillo Guacamole
Tomatillos, also called Mexican green tomatoes, belong to the nightshade family. They resemble small green tomatoes except that the tomatillo has a papery husk. Look for firm fruit with dry, intact husks when making this guacamole dip. Skinny Dippers: Baked Tortilla Chips, Crudités, Poached Shrimp Adapted from "Skinny Dips" by Diane Morgan.
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Guacamole Ingredients
The secret to this guacamole, the reason that it’s so alive with heat and flavor, is in its method. Instead of simply chopping onion, cilantro, and chile, and tossing them with avocado, I start by mashing those three ingredients along with a generous sprinkle of salt into an intensely flavored, bright green paste. Only then do I scoop out pieces of perfectly ripe avocado and toss it all together. The result is a bit like salad properly dressed in vinaigrette: Every creamy piece of avocado gets coated with the paste, so every bite starts with a pop of heat, salt, and herbs, and ends with the mellow, buttery flesh of the fruit. Sometimes, like the good lime-loving Mexico City guy that I am, I’ll add a spritz of lime juice right before I serve it. But imagine, this is guacamole so flavor-packed that the citrus squirt, a staple in most American versions, is optional.
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Blue Cheese Guacamole
You might think I came up with this guacamole recipe just to make Diana Kennedy cringe. But blue cheese and avocado do make a truly delicious union that, as any fan of the Cobb salad understands, is not as odd as it sounds. I typically use the best stuff I can find at the cheese counter, such as Roquefort, Cabrales, or Danish Blue, but even the already crumbled blue cheese you find in a good grocery store will be delicious.
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