Guacamole Recipe: Simple, Easy and Authentic – This authentic homemade guacamole recipe is the BEST and tops all guacamole recipes!
I am confident that this is the BEST Guacamole recipe you’ll make.
At least in my house it’s the best… (and with over 100,000 pins on Pinterest, I’d say it’s a favorite of others too!)
Guacamole Recipe: Easy, Simple and the BEST!
I can’t tell you how in the world I came up with this recipe, but somehow it “worked.” My husband and I love to experiment in the kitchen on Sunday’s with new recipes, (especially when he makes our FAVORITE Beef Tenderloin Recipe) and this homemade guacamole was born in result of having left over avocados that needed used.
Now, there are NEVER any left over avocados in our house, because they’re used up to make guacamole, before I can make anything else.
It’s incredibly easy and really quick too! (Two of my favorite characteristics of my slightly homemade recipes.)
Authentic Guacamole Recipe
Mexico is my favorite place to vacation, and the first thing that I order when I arrive, is authentic guacamole. (See one of my favorite all-inclusive Mexico vacations HERE, when I surprised my husband for his 30th birthday, by keeping this trip a secret for over a YEAR!)
So when I started experimenting in the kitchen, I knew I wanted to mimic that authentic guacamole as much as I could. I’m so happy to say that I love this recipe JUST as much, as I do when I’m sitting on the beach, soaking in the sunshine… margaritas… and beach, in Mexico.
Feel Free to Wing It!
As you’ll see in my video below, I kind of “wing,” it when I make it, and adjust ingredient quantities as needed. Be cautious of adding too much salt, when serving with salty chips!
Guac Tip: This recipe is easy to double, triple, or quadruple if need be for a larger crowd!
Video: Simple Guacamole Recipe Tutorial
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But if you have a minute, here’s a quick video of my guacamole skillzzz in the kitchen, if you’re more of a “see it,” & “do it,” kinda person.
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I hope you enjoy this glorious guacamole recipe. It’s quite delish. It’s a basic enough recipe that you can use it alone with chips, fill wontons with it, or include it on a nacho bar! Then, if you like a little spice, feel free to add some chile powder for a kick! But we like it just as described below…
Guacamole: Simple, Easy & The BEST!
Mash avocados, red onion, roma tomato, fresh cilantro, and lime juice in together, until the avocados reach a mild chunky texture. I love using a molcajete to make this!
Add in salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
Serve immediately! Added tip: My favorite chips to serve with this guacamole is the Tostitos Hint of Lime chips! So so good!
Please keep in mind that the nutritional information provided below is just a rough estimate and variations can occur depending on the specific ingredients used.
Left over avocados?
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More quick and easy recipes:
If you like quick and easy, then you’ve come to the right place. I know how to find my way around the kitchen, but I’m no professional chef. So what this means is that I like to experiment, but the main goal is to keep it quick… tasty, and slightly-homemade if possible.
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