Yum! I think my avacados may have been a little smaller than the ones you used. My version ended up almost over-spiced and I didn't use the seasoned salt or onion. Even so, it was VERY good.
I loved this recipe but the only issue that I had with it is that the juice of one whole lemon was too overpowering. Otherwise it was a hit. It has a nice kick to it with the jalepenos and tabasco sauce! I would definitely make it again with less lemon juice.
Have made this a few times sub the garlic powder for crushed garlic, and put slightly more tobasco sauce as I didn't have jalapeno ppr. LOVE IT!!!! yummy yummy yummy.
The flavor was good but was too salty for most at the party. I added two more avocados to it then it was very good the next time I will use no salt just the lawry's salt. I will rerate this recipe then. I made this With lime juice (that is what I had on hand) and crushed red pepper. Was very good. My son rated this a 4-5 star with the changes that I made. I added salt to taste(about 1/3 teaspoon).Thanks for the recipe. I got one that I like, better yet my son likes it.
This was very good until I added the citric acid and then the pucker factor increased by too much. I decreased the salt by half after reading other reviewers' comments. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
This is a very quick and easy guacamole recipe using mostly pantry items. I'm not familiar with the Taco Bell guacamole, so I can't say if it tastes similar. I thought it was too sour for my taste, though - probably due to the vinegary Tobasco combined with the lemon juice, or maybe my avocados were smaller, and I should have reduced the amounts.
Mmmm Mmmm Good. I'm a big guacamole person,but It has to be fresh, not that store bought garbage, and now I've finally found my one and only recipe for it. Thanks alot for sharing it with the rest of us!!
MMM..mmmm, I love guacamole and this is a good version. It does taste very close to the Taco Bell version. Thanks for a great guacamole!