By Sue Lau on July 15, 2002
Photo by Sue Lau
Photo by Sue Lau
"Traditional Mexican dip that can be used as a topping or with chips."
Serving Size: 1 (812 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"We made this guacamole to serve with our fajita dinner on Sunday. Excellent! Love the tang the lime juice adds. I didn't change a thing...and won't! We'll be serving this often, thanks for the recipe!"
"This is just the best. I mashed the avocado but not too much so it would be a little chunky. The seasonings were perfect. I could just taste the cumin which I think makes everything better. Will use this one again as we eat Mexican food a lot. Thanks Sue ;-)"
"I think the amount of lime juice took away some of the avacado flavor you expect in a traditional guacamole. It left my mouth a little dry and tart more than the usual onion and garlic flavors I'd expect. I'd definitely add less lime next time I make it."
"This is an excellent guacamole recipe. I made it and also served it with Beef Fajitas (#16871). This was better than the guacamole they taught us to make while vacationing in Mexico. The fresh lime juice really adds a nice flavor."
"The Race is on(Winston Cup) Hubby wanted a snack.I have a Avocado. Went to Zaar (Home). What did I find? Guacamole Recipe. This is great. Hubby loved it. I do not know of one thing I would change about this recipe. It is a keeper. Thank You."
"I loved it! My family doesn't like onions so I didnt add the onion, and I totally forgot about the tomato until later, but it was still excellent. And easy too! I just put everything in the little chopper and it whipped everything up really fast. I will be making it again!"
"Scrumptious! I only wish I had more! I made a half batch, used 1 tbsp lime juice and used red onion instead of white. Sooo good!"
"This was a basic, yet excellent recipe that tasted great as a tortilla dip. Prepare immediately before serving. Even though I did add the lime juice as instructed, it still turned dark green to brownish within an hour or two. It still tastes great but looks a little less appetizing. I will definitely make again."
"used 3 large avacados, added lots of cilantro and some spicy seasoning i have."
"Simple and delicious! Thanks for posting!"
"Served with ground beef tortillas, salsa and the works - very good! Seasonings were spot on, but I would use half the onion and tomato the next time; just a personal preference, we like our guacamole more avocado-y! Thanks for the recipe!"
"Tasted great! Made as directed, minus the lime juice cuz I didn't have one and used lemon juice. thanks! :)"
"So easy and so delicious. I didn't chop things up finely but quickly chopped it with a hand blender. I used it on tostadas."
"Excellent. Made exactly as listed except I added chopped cilantro. Was not sure about cumin as I find it overpowers some dishes. But it was very good in the small amount called for. All guests at New Years Eve gathering loved this recipe."
"I've made this several times- absolutely perfect- one of the few recipes I never need to adjust. Thank you!"
"Now that was really good! I used the little grape tomatoes, one white onion, couple of garlic cloves and a small handful of cilantro, mixed and chopped all the veggies together in the mini- food processor and then added them to the avocado and lemon juice (didn't have any limes on hand) I did punch it up a bit with more salt and more cayenne pepper and it was really tasty. Its going to a party today for someone who is going to be living in Mexico. Ole"
"I made this up for Rick (as I do not like avocados). He scooped some up with a tortilla chip, put it in his mouth, smiled and gave me a thumbs up. Made as directed, adding a bit of cilantro. :)"
"This was my first time making guacamole, but it turned out pretty well with this recipe. It seemed like something was missing though, but I can't exactly pin down what it was."
"This was my first attempt at making guacamole...it was just wonderful...will definitely make it again...Thanks for sharing."