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Made this to serve with Bev's Bean Burrito Casserole. I followed the recipe exactly but had to substitute a yellow onion. Rave reviews from all. This will be my standard guacamole recipe.
This is definitely my go-to recipe for Guacamole from now on. GREAT flavor, GREAT recipe!
I left out the cumin as I don't like it at all. Blending it in the food processor did make it delightfully creamy. I added a half avocado and the tomato after blending the other ingredients so to have some chunk. I found the 2 limes resulted in a taste comparable to vinegar, and so I didn't care for this recipe.
Yum! Just made this for the Super Bowl tonight, and it's a hit! The only thing I added was some cilantro, and I used a bit of picante sauce instead of the tomato. Will definitely be making this again!
I'm not a cumin-lover and though I added less than indicated, the flavor was still a little strong for me. I left mine a little chunky as I prefer guacamole that way.
Very smooth and nice. Added one jalapeno pepper just for the "sting". Blended all with the hand-held blender for a perfect smooth finish. Will certainly make it again.
I like a chunky guacamole, but didn't have any jalapenos on hand to prepare my traditional recipe. The cumin of this one intrigued me, and I decided to give it a go...only leaving it a bit chunky for my own tastes. It was very good. With the combination of cumin and cayenne pepper, I barely missed the lack of real peppers. This fed my late-night guacamole craving well.
This guacamole was fabulous!!! I made it the night before and it did not turn brown at all.
I'm not big on guacamole, worse when it's chunky. But I wanted to make some for my burrito. So I fiddled with this recipe, cut out the tomato, added some garlic powder and onion powder and made it really smooth. Everyone loved it, even the guacamole haters said it was great on their burritos. Thanks for the base to make it with.
I am not an avocado fan, but enjoy guacamole. This is a keeper. I couldn't stop eating it! And you were rigt, the lime juice gives it an interesting flavor. Thanks for the recipe, Milli!