Guacamole Recipe (Get to Know the Secret Tips)

Guacamole Recipe (Get to Know the Secret Tips)
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Guacamole Recipe
This zesty guacamole recipe combines creamy avocados with fresh lime juice, onions, tomatoes, and cilantro for a flavorful dip that's perfect for any occasion.

Hey there, I’m Austin, your friendly food blogger from “Beyond the bayou blog” Today, I whipped up a batch of classic Guacamole that’s sure to be a hit at your next gathering.

Growing up, my family had a tradition of making guacamole together during summer barbecues. I can still picture us gathered around the kitchen, chopping onions and tomatoes, mashing avocados, and eagerly waiting to dig in.

We tried this with number of maxican snacks like Tri Tip Tacos and Taco Pasta. This guacamole recipe holds a special place in my heart because it’s not just about the flavors—it’s about the childhood memories it brings back. It’s simple, fresh, and bursting with the goodness of ripe avocados, zesty lime juice, and a hint of spice from jalapenos.

Whether you’re hosting a party or simply craving a tasty snack, this guacamole is a must-try. So grab your chips ( Zucchini Chips are my favorite ones) and get ready to dip into a bowl of deliciousness that’s made with love and a sprinkle of nostalgia.

Overview: How To Make Guacamole?

Overview_ How To Make Guacamole

Today, I’m sharing my go-to guacamole recipe that never fails to impress. With just a few fresh ingredients, you can create a flavorful dip that’s perfect for parties or a delicious snack anytime.

Start by halving, seeding, and peeling three ripe Haas avocados. Squeeze in the juice of one lime to add a zesty kick. Then, season with kosher salt, ground cumin, and a hint of cayenne for that extra spice.

Next, mix in diced onions, minced jalapeno, Roma tomatoes, chopped cilantro, and minced garlic for added texture and flavor. Don’t forget to add a tablespoon of the reserved lime juice for a citrusy burst.

Let the flavors meld together at room temperature for an hour before serving. This guacamole is creamy, tangy, and packed with freshness—a true crowd-pleaser that’s sure to disappear fast!

Guacamole Recipe (Get to Know the Secret Tips)

Guacamole Recipe

This zesty guacamole recipe combines creamy avocados with fresh lime juice, onions, tomatoes, and cilantro for a flavorful dip that’s perfect for any occasion.
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Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: maxican
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Additional Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
Calories: 172kcal
Author: Austin Carter


  • Large Bowl
  • Potato masher
  • Knife
  • Cutting Board
  • Spoon


  • 1 lime juiced
  • 3 Haas avocados, halved, seeded and peeled
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
  • 1/2 teaspoon cayenne
  • 1/2 medium onion diced
  • 1/2 jalapeno pepper seeded and minced
  • 2 Roma tomatoes seeded and diced
  • 1 tablespoon chopped cilantro
  • 1 clove garlic minced


  • Halve, seed, and peel the avocados.
  • Scoop out the avocado pulp into a large bowl and add lime juice, toss to coat.
  • Drain and reserve the lime juice.
  • Mash the avocado with salt, cumin, and cayenne using a potato masher.
  • Fold in diced onions, minced jalapeno, tomatoes, cilantro, and garlic.
  • Add 1 tablespoon of reserved lime juice.
  • Let the guacamole sit at room temperature for 1 hour.
  • Serve and enjoy!


Calories: 172kcal | Carbohydrates: 11g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 15g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Sodium: 102mg | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 2g
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Waiting for Some Secret Tips? Here You Go!

  1. Choosing Ripe Avocados: Look for Hass avocados that are deep dark green, brown, or black with bumpy skin. When gently squeezed, they should feel soft yet firm. This indicates they are ripe and ready to use.
  2. Speeding Up Ripening: Place unripe avocados in a sealed paper bag to accelerate their ripening process. Adding a banana to the bag can further speed up this process.
  3. Preventing Guacamole Browning: Guacamole turns brown due to oxidation when exposed to air. To prevent this, store it in the smallest container possible and press plastic wrap directly onto the surface to minimize air exposure. Although adding the avocado pit to the guacamole is a popular tip, it doesn’t significantly impact browning.
  4. Reviving Brown Guacamole: If your guacamole starts to turn brown, give it a good stir to blend the brown parts into the green. Adding fresh avocado can also help restore its vibrant color.
  5. Seasoning Guacamole: Taste-test your guacamole with chips before adjusting the seasoning. Add salt for flavor, lime juice for a citrusy kick, and consider mix-ins like cilantro, salsa, diced peppers, cheese, or hot sauce for extra flavor.

Following these simple tips ensures you pick ripe avocados, keep your guacamole fresh, and season it to perfection for a delicious snack or accompaniment to your meals.

What to Serve with Guacamole?

What to Serve with Guacamole

Storing Guacamole for Later!

  1. Transfer Guacamole: Put your leftover guacamole in a storage container and press it down firmly with a spoon to make it flat on top.
  2. Add Water: Pour about 1/2 inch of cold water over the guacamole.
  3. Seal and Refrigerate: Close the lid tightly on the container and store it in the fridge. That’s all!
  4. Ready to Eat: When you’re ready to enjoy the guacamole again, pour off the water from the top, give it a quick stir, and it’s ready to serve.

How to Choose the Right Avocados?

  1. Check the Color: Look for avocados that are very dark green or almost black on the outside. Bright green avocados need more time to ripen.
  2. Test the Firmness: Gently press on the avocados to check their softness. Choose ones that have a slight give but are not mushy. If they are too hard, place them near bananas or mangos to speed up ripening (this may take a day or two). Conversely, if they’re already ripe, store them in the fridge to slow down further ripening. Use ripe avocados within 1-2 days.
  3. Check the Stem: Remove the small stem on top of the avocado. If it comes off easily and reveals green underneath, the avocado is ripe and ready to use.

Is Guacamole Healthy?

Yes, as avocados are rich in healthy fats that are good for us. They also contain lots of fiber and important vitamins like B, E, and K. Plus, they have more potassium than bananas, which is great for our health.

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