Hard Rock Guac(Guacamole)

Total Time
10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This recipe comes from Beany Macgregor, who was the chef of the Hard Rock Cafe on 57th street in New York city. He appeared on the Regis and Kathy Lee show. Now Beany is the execuive chef of Hard Rock Cafe Intenational. Listed below is some ideas for using leftover guacamole! Adapted from Cooking with Regis and Kathy Lee cookbook.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Place the avocados in a large bowl and use a large spoon to break them up.
  2. Add the remaining ingredients except the chips and raw vegetables.
  3. Using a spoon, stir everything together, taking care to leave it slightly chunky.
  4. Serve with tortilla chips, raw vegetables, and a nice spicy salsa. Enjoy!
  5. Ideas for leftover guacamole:.
  6. Guacamole Mayonnaise: Combine 1 cup of mayonnaise with 1/2 cup of pureed guacamole.
  7. Guacamole Vinaigrette: Combine 1/4 cup of guacamole with vinaigrette and fresh cilantro to taste.
  8. Guacamole Butter: Whip 3/4 pound of softened unsalted butter with 1/2 cup of guacamole. Add chopped cilantro, lemon juice, ground cumin, cayenne pepper, and salt to taste.
  9. Chicken Breast Stuffed with Guacamole Butter: Before baking an 8 oz. boneless chicken breast, stuff it with 1/4 cup cup of guacamole butter and spread 2 tablespoons of guacamole butter between the breast and the skin.
Most Helpful

When it comes to guacamole, I tend to be a purist, but I still really enjoyed this guacamole despite all the "extra" ingredients. I allowed this to chill several hours so all those flavors could meld. The creamy avocado still was the star of the dip, and all the other stuff added bonus flavors and textures. This is a great recipe for a party. Thanx for sharing!

*Parsley* October 19, 2010

Excellent, I like my guac chunky. Used a white onion instead of Spanish. I went for the lower end of the heat and added only half the salt (probably could have used less). Used chipotle Tobasco instead of regular, just an all round nicer flavor. Used lime instead of lemon. I also added fresh cilantro stalks, chopped up. Letting the rest of it chill for later use. Made for Veg/n Swap January 2011 (so subbed soy sauce for the Worchestershire).

Diann is Cooking January 23, 2011

This is good. Spicy but I toned it down for us out of preference. I did not use cayenne pepper because I feel allergic to it as well and used Tabasco sauce to taste. I did not add Worcestershire sauce. Used sea salt, sweet onions, not sure what type of avocado, & garlic salt but would do the real deal if I make this again. I served it with rice crackers for a light lunch. Made for Cook-a-thon for Sharon123 in KK's forum.

UmmBinat November 01, 2010

Game-Day Grub >

Chili, Wings, Dogs & Beyond
A Flavor Touchdown For Your Mouth
Try One of These Sudsy Sippers