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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.

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Epi Curious May 28, 2010

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.

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Gagoo March 14, 2016

Holy guacamole!!!

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Wing-Man March 11, 2016

Great tasting guacamole! It was so easy, hubby bought all the ingredients and threw it all together by himself. YUM!

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nemokitty August 15, 2014

Great Guacamole, easy, attractive and simple. Will be making this many more times sure to be a family favorite

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Bonnie G #2 July 05, 2014

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.

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Bren in LR May 20, 2010

Thanks so much , very easy and very good. I'll make again.

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nygalcooking May 05, 2010

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!

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buttercup0009 April 19, 2010

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!

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lolablitz April 18, 2010
Chunky Guacamole