Thanks for your easy and very delicious recipe about guacamole!
The ingredients are more appropriate for TWO avocados vs. the five in the recipe. It's easy to make, as written, but needs more flavor. I also added a little fresh cilantro.
Fabulous, simple and delicious.
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)
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.
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.
This is a very easy recipe and my granddaughter loves making it whenever she wants taco night.
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.
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!
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.