Top Rated Guacamole Recipes

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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Pinto Bean Guacamole
Whether you plan to entertain a crowd or store leftovers in the fridge, making this pinto bean guacamole is always a win. Courtesy of BeanInstitute.com
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4.5
Guacamole
This no-frills recipe is perfect for your next get-together. Make it spicier by adding in the seeds of the serrano pepper. Recipe courtesy of Vida Verde
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4.5
Gone are the days of individually hand frying tortillas to make homemade chips. This air fryer recipe makes a healthier and equally as delicious alternative in a matter of minutes.Recipe courtesy of Emily Paster, author of Epic Air Fryer Cookbook:00 Inspired Recipes That Take Air-Frying in Deliciously Exciting New Directions.
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4.5
For a twist on traditional guacamole, try this recipe that features sun-dried tomatoes and green chiles. 
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This guacamole features fresh salsa and can be made in five minutes.  Click here to see more recipes from Taste of Home.
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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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Add a little spice to your breakfast with this delicious burrito!
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4
  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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3.5
chunky guacamole
I love guacamole. I am of the spicy and garlicky crowd — until last summer when I made (and ate) the best guacamole ever. I was working with a recipe derived from Rosa Mexicano and learned that there was no garlic in it. Instead, the white onion (which is more difficult to find) was combined with the jalapeño and half of the mixture was worked to a paste in a molcajete. The avocadoes and chopped tomatoes (I know, a crime my Mexican friend Mercedes says) were then mixed in with the remaining onion-jalapeño mixture. As white onions are more difficult to find, I now use finely chopped yellow onion. Tomatoes not in season? Try substituting finely chopped sundried tomatoes instead (and cilantro optional). Serve with thick-cut yellow or blue corn chips (and a refreshing Blood Orange Margarita, of course).
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3.25
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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3.25
Serve this guacamole alone or with a tomato or tomatillo salsa and crab or poblano salad-like toppings for a create-your-own guacamole party appetizer.
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