This guacamole was really good. I picked this recipe because I started to make guacamole and realized I didn't have any lemons or limes. The only thing I changed was that I used some salsa instead of tomato. I'll make this again. Thanks for the great and easy recipe.
My boyfriend's father tried this recipe and it turned out so good that we made it again the very next day. It is now one of our favourite dips.
Oh, yeah. It's a keeper!
I used to do it this way until I realized that chopped up onion and tomato was basically salsa, so a couple of tablespoons of your favorite salsa (I like chunky salsa, medium heat) will make this even easier. Also, it's really not the same without a couple of tablespoons of chopped cilantro. I also mash up a small clove of garlic with some salt and mix it in. Lastly, whether you prefer lime juice (more traditional) or lemon juice, it not only adds flavor but the acidity keeps the avocado from oxidizing too quickly.
This guacamole dip was outrageous. The sour cream and tobasco added so much to the taste, I would strongly recommend using both. I will never buy pre-made guacamole again. This recipe was easy to make and downright delicious. FancyNancy Farmingdale, NY
Skipped the sour cream and Tabasco, I'm a bit of a guac purist and want to really taste the avocados.
When it comes to guacamole I am a purist ,this is the most wonderful avocado recipe that I had found in the Internet ,while I don't like pepper ,Tabasco sauce or god save me sour cream in my guacamole,and I put a bit of olive oil to make it more creamy this recipe is good. Trying to save recipes the way our Latino mamas and grandmas used to made them
Awesome taste and super easy
Tasted very good and was quick to make. I used Habanero sauce I got from Mexico in place of Tabasco. I'll be making this again. Thanks.