This recipe was a real disappointment. It was a whole lot of work...which I don't mind as long as it delivers...but it did not deliver. I will not mak this again. It does not have a lot of flavor.
Roasted Garlic, Poblano, and Red Pepper Guacamole
pamsy10 Posted: 07/05/09
GinaGG Posted: 01/14/09
This guac gets rave reviews everytime, even from my anti veggie boyfriend. To cut down on prep time, I buy peppers when they are on sale or look good and roast them on the grill. I peel, seed, cut them in strips and freeze them (lay them flat in a ziploc bag so you can break off what you need) so I can make this recipe in a snap. I also use jarred roasted garlic and store bought chips. Hard to go pack to the guac seasoning packet after trying this one!
librasi Posted: 06/07/09
My husband and I loved it and I received comments like "best guacamole I've ever had". The only thing I added was some freshly ground black pepper.
CaliforniaTeri Posted: 03/10/10
My daughter made this as part of a middle school cooking assignment. Nice alternative to other recipes, and now she loves to roast peppers! We didn't make the chips.
LilyScoots Posted: 04/02/11
Amazing! Obviously a little more time consuming than your basic guac but so worth it!
almondyankee Posted: 05/31/11
This is one of my favorite appetizer dips on this site! I always make it for family/friends gatherings and the only complaint is that I don't make enough! The flavor of the roasted garlic is superb, so don't skip that step. This recipe may seem time consuming, but every step in this recipe is worth it! I serve it with tortilla chips as well as pita chips...fantastic!
cpalma Posted: 08/15/11
WOW _ this makes a little avocado go a long way. Great flavor. Will make again.
VickieMG Posted: 09/05/11
I buy roasted hot hatch chiles when in season at Bristol Farms and store in the freezer. They are perfect for this recipe. I also add one diced, seeded plum tomato.