Best Guacamole Recipe in the World
Is it really the best guacamole recipe in the world? :shrug:
It’s one of the items I’ve received positive reviews on, and get requests to make.
When I was a kid, things like onions, avocados, and vegetables mostly scared me. It was not until I was older that I started to embrace and understand them.
Now that my pallet has grown and I’ve spent most of this decade expanding it, I am officially starting to whip up some real good meals.
One of the recipes I am asked for most frequently is for this best guacamole recipe in the world.
Usually this is only busted out for parties, and it also goes FAST so if you come to one of my parties, get there early.
Enough chit chat, let’s get to the beef(no there is no meat) of the best guacamole recipe in the world!
My Guacamole Recipe
Here’s what you’ll need:
1 Clove Garlic
Ground Black Pepper
Dice up your tomato and onion, mince the garlic glove(not many people like to bite into a juicy delicious dice of garlic).
Go ahead and half the avocados, be sure the piece of stem does not get mixed in to your guacamole. Sometimes it can be a pain to remove the seed, especially if the avocado is not ripe enough.
Note: an avocado that is ready will be dark green and soft to the touch. If your avocado is hard and bright green, it’s not ready.
Mix avocado, tomato, garlic, and onion together in a bowl until it’s an even mixture.
At this point you’ll want to toss in your salt, garlic salt, cayenne pepper, and black pepper.
I usually start with these measurements, then taste and add as needed.
1/4 teaspoon Salt / Garlic Salt
1/2 teaspoon Pepper
1/2 teaspoon Cayenne
Mix until even.
Now for the Lime, squeeze that 1/2 of a lime until there is nothing left and mix it through evenly.
Note: adding lime is not only for the delicious flavor, it also is a nice burst of acidity that will keep our friend oxidization from coming in and turning your green guacamole to a gross brown color.
Once complete with these steps, grab a tortilla chip, dip, and taste. Depending on how you like YOUR guacamole, the recipe can be changed.
What do you think? Could this be the best guacamole recipe in the world?
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