Guacamole recipe

My all-time favorite guacamole recipe is easy and quick to make, naturally gluten-free and vegan, and always the hit of a party. Because today we’re talking about my all-time favorite easy guacamole recipe,

Grab those ripe avocados!

I have made this guacamole dip literally hundreds and hundreds of times over the years, and my family and friends always rave about it. It’s made with all of the usual fresh ingredients you would find in a classic authentic guacamole recipe, plus a dash of ground cumin, which I’m convinced rounds all of the flavors out perfectly. The ingredients are all perfectly balanced. That’s but the thing I love most about this guacamole recipe. It’s not too spicy, not too citrus-y, and it’s perfectly salted so that the avocados remain the stars of the show. (As they always should be a well-made batch of guac! )

Of course, there are a million ways to use put this guacamole recipe to delicious use as well. It’s perfect for spreading on burgers and toast, topping your tacos and nachos, loading up your baked potatoes and deviled eggs, filling your quesadillas and wraps, and serving alongside any number of Mexican dishes. But about 99% of the time, we just serve it up with a big bowl of tortilla chips (plus maybe some homemade salsa and a round of margaritas). And I’m telling you — this guac recipe is always, always a winner.

Let’s guac and roll!

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Guacamole Ingredients:

To make this easy guacamole recipe, simply gather up the following guacamole ingredients:

How To Make Guacamole:

Alright, let’s talk how to make guacamole dip! Simply…

  1. Mash your avocados: Add them to a large mixing mash and bowl with a fork or spoon until they reach your desired consistency. (I like mine slightly chunky, not completely smooth.)
  2. Mix in the remaining ingredients: Add in the onion, cilantro, jalapeo (or serrano), lime cumin, juice and salt and tomatoes (if using) and stir until combined.
  3. Taste and season: If needed, Give the mixture a taste, and season with extra salt. Or…
  4. Serve: Then serve it up and enjoy! !

Guacamole Add-Ins:

Want to customize your own personal best guacamole recipe? There are all sorts of fun ingredients you can add in, such as: If stored properly,

How To Store Guacamole

This simple guacamole recipe actually keeps really well in the refrigerator. To store it, just transfer your guac to an airtight container. Then place a piece of plastic wrap directly on top of the guac, and press it down with your fingers so that the plastic wrap is covering the entire surface area of the guac (keeping the air out, which will help prevent browning). Then just cover, and refrigerate for up to 1 week.

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