I made this for a party and it was a complete hit. We eat it with chips, guacamole salad or on top of chicken. Very easy. Make sure to cover well b/c it will turn brown quickly.
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HBryant Posted: 02/27/09
huffbeck Posted: 04/07/09
Very good guacamole! I added a little more onion and used a serrano pepper instead of jalapeno b/c that is what I had on hand. Turned out great! I did use only 1/4 of serrano b/c I wanted it very mild. Still good!
suzanneB7 Posted: 02/02/10
This has potential if you start with the 5 avocados, but there's not enough of anything else. In my opinion, there should be, at the very least, 1 1/2 TBS. of finely chopped red onion per avocado, at least 3 jalapenos for 5 avocados, juice of 2 limes for 5 avocados, and please, add cilantro! That and a little salt should make it better, for my taste, anyway.
Sassy2U2 Posted: 04/08/10
This is a very easy recipe and my granddaughter loves making it whenever she wants taco night.
Lambchop67 Posted: 12/16/10
This is a good base, but I also add sour orange (get from a middle-eastern market), cilantro, red and green onion...and a dime-size drop of brown mustard (I know... weird...). By the way...jalapeno is not meant to be tasted conspicuously. For that reason, I SLIVER the jalapeno.. not chop. That will keep all the flavor in but keep it from burning someone's tastebuds off.
Floridagurl Posted: 02/21/12
I've been searching for the right guacamole recipe for years, and in my opinion this one can't be topped. It's got a wonderful fresh flavor, nice presentation and for me, the texture component is key. Every time I take the 'cilantro guacamole' to parties I get multiple requests for the recipe.
charoulli Posted: 07/29/12
Not only was this easy to make, it tasts OMG amazing!! I did add more lime juice and some freshly chopped cilantro. Made it a few times and it's always a hit! (Cilantro Guacamole)