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Quick and Easy Guacamole Recipe |

Who doesn't love guacamole? In South Florida you will hear this delicious dip/spread described as simply "Guac". Whether you prefer to eat this with tortilla chips, on sandwiches, or burritos, we have a simple recipe that will rival any store bought brand. Lets get started below.


4 Hass avocados

1 Roma tomato (deseeded and diced)

1 Tbsp Cilantro (chopped)

2 Tbsp Lemon juice

1/4 C Red onion

Sea Salt (to taste)

Black pepper (to taste)

Items you will need:

Large mixing bowel


Cutting board or clean, food safe surface


Cut avocados in half and use spoon to scoop all accept 1 into a bowl.

The one that is left out we will be adding this later. Discard the skins and seeds.

You can begin to mash the avocados with a fork at this point, or if you have time and want to make things a little easier, then chop the avocados in to small pieces prior to mashing.

Mash them up until you have a thick and chunky consistency. Add your citrus (lime or lemon) and mix in thoroughly.

Toss in the tomatoes, red onions and cilantro.

Give it a another thorough mix.

Dice the last half of the avocado and add to your guacamole mixture.

Fold in the avocado chunks and add salt and pepper to your taste.

How to store and preserve:

After we have made our guac, we place it in a glass bowl and cover with an air tight wrap, pressing it with our fingers to ensure that there are no air bubbles. Any air that the "guac" is exposed to will cause it to turn brown. After this we place the leak proof lid on and stir in the refrigerator. We make this in small batches and it will last for 1 week at best and at least 3 days.

Once you have sourced your ingredients and equipment, you can follow the instructions above, or simply click the video below and follow along. If you found that informations helpful please share with a friend that. Also feel free to leave your thoughts below and share pics of your recipe. Thank you all for you love an support and we will see you again soon.

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