Cooking different dishes is always fun and for the avocados lovers learning How to make Guacamole recipe can be a great fun when it comes to cook a Mexican cuisine.
When I was kid I always had wondered How to make Guacamole recipe even though my grandma used to make perfect guacamole dish and all of the family members really enjoy the vacations.
I remember when I got my own kids I love to introduce them to avocados and what can be as better as to cook then How to make Guacamole recipe and serve them to your loved ones.
Today we will look into not only the traditional Mexican way of cooking the guacamole recipe but also will give you essence of adding flavor to this same old yummy dish from Mexican cuisine.
How to make Guacamole recipe
- Course Appetizer
- Cuisine Mexican
- Keyword How to make Guacamole
What a great way to make a Mexican dish at home especially
when it is prepared with the tasty fresh avocados and Jalapeño added a
wonderful aroma of cilantro leaves to add great flavor with onions and lime
If it doesn't ring a bell then jump to the recipe and
let's try out something unbelievable recipe to learn How to make Guacamole
4 medium-sized avocados
1/2 cup of finely chopped onion
- 1 chopped jalapeño
3 tablespoons of cilantro leaves
- 3 tablespoons of fresh lime juice
- A pinch of ground coriander
- kosher salt
- Black pepper to taste
Remove the seeds of jalapeño and remove the ribs then
chopped and reserve it for cooking. Similarly, ripe and pitted the avocados and
use a spoon to scoop the brown areas of avocados and reserve it for further
Take a pastry cutter, potato masher or simply use a fork and mash up the
avocados and set it aside when it reaches to your desired texture. For me, I prefer
to mash up until it turns into small chunks and that gives a tremendous taste
Now, you can add the finely chopped onion, chopped cilantro leaves, jalapeño,
ground coriander, lime juice, black pepper and kosher salt. Stir and combine it
Taste and add additional kosher salt, black pepper and
lime juice as required. There you go with your favorite guacamole recipe!
- However, the above recipe gives a wonderful taste as is; still you can use fresh ripe red tomatoes for a variation. Additionally, you can garnish the dish with the feta cheese or toasted slivered almonds.
- If you want to make it once and enjoy it for few days then you can transfer the guacamole dish in a suitable size container. Top the dish with onions and wrap it using a plastic wrap. Shift guacamole container to a refrigerator and you can use this for next 3 days. Make sure to remove the onions before you use the dish.
Although the traditional guacamole dish only requires 6 ingredients but in recent times chefs and cooks have been engaged in adding flavors and variations to this wonderful Mexican cuisine.
I would like to take chance to explain it in details so you never miss to make a delicious guacamole dish.
The first very important ingredient is the Avocados as much it the riper it gives you a great taste.
You can either use the diced onions or finely chopped onion; it is all up to you how you want to prepare this guacamole dish. I’d suggest you to rinse and drain the onions before you mash up with the avocados.
The Cilantro leaves added a wonderful flavor and a great aroma. More the fresh Cilantro leaves you are going to use better the taste will be.
Without the use of jalapeño this dish seems empty but if you insist you can replace the jalapeño with the Serrano pepper that gives almost the same taste.
Well, the lime juice seems to mention at the bottom but the tasty tangy flavor really does the real magic to the dish and make it more delicious. You can add more lime juice if you’re going to use the leftover for 2-3 days.
Kosher salt that is easily available to everyone is a must but you can also replace it with the fine sea salt.
Other ingredients for variations:
Using of herbs and spices like black pepper, ground cumin and ground coriander can gives this dish a variation. Diced red peeled tomatoes can add a great taste. I love tomatoes so I often prefer to use it with my recipe or any other time when I want.