5 Reviews

Fabulous topping for Chicken Tamale Casserole . I agree with another reviewer about starting with less water and adding if you need to. 1/4 cup water made a really smooth guacamole and 1/3 cup made for a sauce (like in Lavender Lynn's photo). I don't think I could go back to regular guacamole after this! Thanks SimplyME for posting. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado January 27, 2010

We made this twice because one of us couldn't believe it could be good with that much water -- and it's honestly better with much less, but the idea of the recipe was to extend the avocado, and you have to trust it; it works. The result is a soft, creamy guacamole that goes best as a sauce or topping, but the flavor is all there: in ours, the jalapeno's pepper flavor came through stronger than its heat. Made for PAC Fall '08.

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Lavender Lynn October 18, 2008

This is a really great zippy guacamole! My dh really liked it and I did cut the water to half since I was able to find avocados at a really decent price. I've never used cilantro in guacamole and I don't kno why not, it was perfect! I did add a little garlic because....well...I love garlic! This was made for Fall PAC 2007. Thanks Viviane!

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RHIANNA T. October 13, 2007

To avoid a too watery guacamole, I cut back the water to 1/3 cup and it was PERFECT this way. A nice light, smooth, whipped consistency with lots of flavor.

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BerrySweet May 15, 2007
La Parilla Taqueria Guacamole