Here’s Your New Favorite Guac!

Guacamole close-up view. Guacamole is a avocado based dip, traditionally a mexican (Aztecs) dish. Healthy and easy to make at home with a few simple ingredients. Excellent as party food or at bars..

There is nothing like fresh guacamole. It is delicious on tacos, in protein bowls, or with chips. There are many variations. Some make it zesty. There are some guacamole recipes that rely on the strong flavors of cilantro or garlic. This particular guacamole brings the heat with chipotle. When you have a fun party or event, make this delicious  chipotle guacamole recipe for your guests.


  • 2 ripe Hass avocados

  • 2 teaspoons of lime juice

  • 2 tablespoons of cilantro

  • 1/4 cup of red onion 

  • 1/2 jalapeno, including seeds 

  • 1/4 teaspoon of kosher salt


Any good guacamole comes down to the avocados you select. When you are at the grocery store, you need to pick out avocados that are dark green. They should be slightly firm to the touch. Whenever you are going to make the guacamole, you will cut both avocados in half. You will remove the pits from the avocados with either a spoon or fork. After removing the pit, you will spoon out the avocado meat and place in a medium bowl. Add two tablespoons of lime juice and the salt to the avocados. Mash these three ingredients together. Be sure to taste the mixture to see that it is flavored to your liking.

You will then chop the jalapeno, cilantro, and red onion. These ingredients, you will mix into the mashed avocados. Make sure that everything is mixed well. Your guacamole is ready to serve, though you may want to let it chill in the refrigerator for about ten to fifteen minutes, so that all the ingredients can set and meld together.

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Guacamole Pairings

Guacamole is incredibly delicious, but it people can sometimes limit its usage by serving it only with chips. There are so many things you can pair fresh guacamole with for dinner. You can use guacamole as an alternative for blue cheese when you make wings. Guacamole goes great with seafood; so whether you make shrimp kabobs or grilled tilapia, you will want guacamole to go with the bounty from the sea. Guacamole can also be used as a spread on sandwiches, or you can top deviled eggs with a dollop of guacamole. Now, go and enjoy this fresh chipotle guacamole recipe in the way that you like best.

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