This is the Williams Sonoma guacamole recipe. I have been making it for ages...when I couldn't find serrano peppers one time, I used about 1/3 of a small can of chopped jalapenos (NOT PICKLED OR JARRED) and we actually liked it even better than the original version so that's how I make it now. I use a little more lime juice than called for as well and it gives it a nice kick. This is a must try recipe...just a great guacamole that appeals to everyone.
Made this guac this evening to go along with another recipe here on Food.com - my DH does not like avocado's or cilantro so he reluctantly tried this quac, I was totally shocked when he said he really liked it and wanted more to eat, which I gladly gave him. The only change I made was used jalapeno's in place of the serrano's as I wasn't sure how spicy serrano's are. I changed the amount of the recipe from 3 to 2 cups, but used two whole jalapeno's. Great guac and one I will make again & again. Thank you Ms. B for posting.
Great tasting guacamole! It was so easy, hubby bought all the ingredients and threw it all together by himself. YUM!
Great Guacamole, easy, attractive and simple. Will be making this many more times sure to be a family favorite
I have not made guacamole in years but wanted to show my daughter how to make it. This recipe had what I was looking for. I had a small, plump lime that I juiced both halves and put the juice in the bowl first. Then, as I added the other finely diced ingredients, I stirred to coat with the lime juice. I did not want it too hot so I used 1 serrano pepper and about 1/4 of a poblano pepper. My family was blown away. They said this was something they would expect from a fine restaurant. The lime juice kept the leftovers looking fresh the next day. No need to put the seed in the container.
Thanks so much , very easy and very good. I'll make again.
excellent! I made a HUGE bowl of this for my daughter's party and I left for not 5-10 min and it was completely gone! I had to make a second bowl and people just kept telling me how wonderful it was. I will be making this again and again. ty!
Great recipe. I did use about 1/4 of a sweet onion because my DH is sensitive to onions, and I omitted the peppers for my 18 month old (who loved it!). I used extra garlic and it was great. I made it in my food processor because 2 of the avocados weren't quite ripe enough once opened and were harder to mash. I think next time I'll up the cilantro and try green onions and try blending it more to see which consistency we like better. Thanks!