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easy four-ingredient guacamole

Updated: Jul 4

There's so much that can go in guacamole—tomatoes, jalapeños, garlic, cilantro—but my no-frills, no-fail guac has just four ingredients: avocado, onion, lime juice, and salt.

I whip this stuff up at least once a week, and it's always creamy, balanced, and delicious for dipping tortilla chips or filling tacos.

One avocado makes enough for two casual dippers. Then I add a heaping tablespoon of diced red onion, a teaspoon of lime juice (that's about two wedges), and a generous pinch of salt.

Here's the most important part: you might be tempted to use a whisk or fork to mash up the avocado—don't do it. In my opinion, this destroys the texture of the guacamole. Instead, use the edge of a spoon to cut into the avocado. Scoop, fold, mash, and repeat. Be patient; it'll eventually become irresistibly creamy. If it's not coming together, add a little more lime juice and keep stirring.

Watch the YouTube Short showing how to make this easy guacamole. Then keep a steady supply of ripe avocados so you can whip this stuff up the minute a craving hits. Enjoy!

1 Comment

Jan 05

Hands down-BEST guac!!😍

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