Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins
This is my favorite Guac of all times! It is inhaled when I make it!
Make and share this Chipotle's Mexican Grill Spicy Guacamole recipe from Food.com.
- Using fork, mash avocado with lime juice in small bowl.
- Add cilantro, onion, garlic, serrano chilies and salt; stir to combine.
- Chill until ready to serve.
- Serve with Tortilla Chips.
Same recipe that I have for guacamole, except yours was missing tomatoes, which I personally thinks adds more freshness to the flavor. Also, a hint that I use to keep the guacamole from turning brown, don't throw away the avocado pits.. Put them in the bottom of your container or bowl before you serve or store your guac.
This was excellent. We had to make a few changes with what we had on hand. Used dried cilantro and dried jalapeno pepper flakes. Everything else was the same and it was exactly how we like our guac. I love the tip from another review that said to keep the pit in the bowl you store/serve it from - it absolutely keeps it from turning brown. Very happy with our end result!
Chipotle is by far my favorite restaurant, but sadly we moved far away from one... So, I was very happy to find this recipe! I followed the recipe pretty closely, except added in about 1 tbsp of light sour cream and only used 1 serrano pepper, wth some seeds left inside for some heat. I whirled it a few times in my food processor. Even with the 1 pepper, it was still pretty spicy, so I chopped up a tomato and threw it in. Perfection! Served with homemade tortilla chips... Yummy!