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What a good idea to pour the hot oil on the onion to get rid of the 'raw' taste - going to put that in my little book of tricks. Having said that, this recipe is OMG delicious! Even though I halved the recipe, I used the full amount of scotch bonnet asked for. The mango takes this to a whole new level with the sweet element. Served with pita chips. Will have to make some more soon.
Loved this guacamole. The addition of the mango really gives this dish a wonderful pop of flavor. The only changes I made was to use jalapeno vs. scotch bonnet and I didn't grind the pepper and garlic -- just added them to the mix of chopped onions, etc. Also left the avocado chunky as well. Will definitely make this again - thanks for posting this recipe. Served this wonderful guacamole alongside and on top of some bean and corn tacos. Made for PRMR, May, 2014.
A delightful guacamole variation! The mango added such a nice sweet pop of flavor that balances nicely with the spiciness of the chili. I had never used either the onion/oil technique or the mashing up of the chili and garlic into a paste for guac before, so those were interesting touches. Thanks for sharing! ZWT9
Quartered the recipe and loved it with black beans and rice and tostones(fried plantain)! Fresh and different with the mango. Thanks! Made for ZWT 2013.