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I have to say this is the bomb! Thanks to this recipe, I now make better guacamole than any Mexican restaurant I have ever eaten at. My hats off to you, Mark, for posting this! :)
My whole family says this is the best guacamole they have ever had!
Great guacamole! Just like the Mexican restaurants serve here in Texas! Wouldn't change a thing! Thanks for sharing!
It was delicious,made it exactly as the recipe indicated,never again will I use the powdered stuff.
This is the best guacamole! Everyone loved it!! Thanks Mark, this recipe's a keeper.
Excellent, very easy to put together and very tasty. Lime juice instead of lemon is a great idea. I served as suggested with icy cold beer.
Big hit at the mexican supper nite with friends. People who never ate avocado before were asking for the recipe. Keeper - Repeat!
Hmmm.....What do I like better, the description or the recipe? It's a toss up...they're both 5 stars! hehe We absolutely LOVED this guacamole, Mark! I have always made guac with lemon, but this time tried it with lime, and you are totally right that it's better. I did add that little jalapeño--and I am glad I did! I love food that bites back a little. I think you have converted me to my plain old guac recipe to your family treasure, Mr. Hendricks! Light a candle for the ancestors for me! :)
This makes a mighty tasty guac! I had been making a similar recipe for years, but I like yours better. I dip my tomato in hot water and then peel it and throw it in whole. Then I use my heavy duty pastry blender to chop everything up to the consistancy we like. We LOVE these with Lay's Touch of Lime tortilla chips! Good job Mark!!!
This is the perfect guacamole! I made this to accompany Fajitas and Di's refried beans. I cut the recipe in half as there were only 2 of us and this makes a lot. I did not leave anything out and still used a whole jalapeno which I do not feel is optional. :0) I followed another chefs advice and left the pit in the guacamole and it did prevent browning. This is a great recipe Mark. Your ancestors did good!