6 Reviews

Great recipe. But it is much easier to run the knife from top to bottom all the way around the avocado. Then lightly twist the two halves in opposite directions. Remove the pit by whacking it with the blade of the knife and twisting it out. Then scoop out the flesh with a spoon. No mess.

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Bill722 April 05, 2013

This is a great recipe. I've been making guac this way for years -- except I add lots of garlic. ;-)

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betrdanevr April 28, 2015

Mixed a batch of this up today at half-time watching football. We thought it was as good, if not better, than our usual guacamole. I tagged this for Healthy Choices ABC. I will have to try it next time with the 8 layer fiesta dip!

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TXOLDHAM October 19, 2008

Guacamole can be even better if fresh squeezed orange juice is added along with the lime juice!

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cfpops April 28, 2015

WOW!
I reduced the recipe to one avocado as today fur lunch we are only 3!
I used cherry tomatoes, frozen (sorry) cilantro and the other ingredients as described.
I turned out beautiful and delicious!
Thanks a lot for posting this recipe and for giving me the idea to prepare something so tasty!

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awalde November 21, 2011

WOW! This was the best guacamole that I've ever had and I enjoyed it on it's own as well as how it paired greatly with the 8 layer fiesta dip recipe! Once again you've given us all the gift of another wonderful creation Stephanie!

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Jblucolar63 September 15, 2005
Ultimate Guacamole