Only the Best Guacamole Recipes
Cheese Enchilada Chowder
black beans, cheddar cheese, cream of chicken soup, tomato, enchilada sauce, kernel corn, guacamole, jalapeno, milk, monterey jack cheese, onions, sour cream, tortilla chips, yellow bell pepper
From BHG. A slow-cooker chowder.
Fish Taco Platter
buttermilk, kosher salt, kosher salt, corn tortillas, garlic, green onion, guacamole, bass fillets, jalapeno, lime juice, lime juice, lime juice, mayonnaise, salt, hot sauce, red onions, salsa, rice vinegar, flour, sour cream, tomatillo, vegetable oil
Instant Party: Crispy fish tacos, pickled onions and jalapeños, lime cream, salsa verde, and guacamole it all adds up to one fun party. Set...
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"You can make this avocado salad smooth or chunky depending on your tastes."
Guacamole With Sour Cream
My guacamole is very free-form, but here are the basics: Figure about 1/2 large avocado per person. I don't care whether I'm using Haas or regular avocados - some people do. Pick ones that give to mild pressure but are not mushy. If you can't find any that are ripe, get hard ones and keep them in a paper bag for a couple of days until they ripen.
Roasted Green Chile-Chicken Enchiladas
chicken broth, guacamole, cilantro, corn tortillas, cumin, cumin, chicken, olive oil, flour, garlic, jalapeno, cilantro, lime, monterey jack cheese, onions, onions, sour cream, poblano pepper, salt, black pepper, white vinegar, tomatillo, water
Seven Layer Dip II
"My mom's Seven Layer Dip is a big hit at all small gatherings! Refried beans are layered with guacamole, seasoned sour cream, veggies and cheese. It's perfect for dipping tortilla chips! The dip traditionally takes less time to disappear into bellies than it does to prepare."
Seven Layer Tex Mex Dip
"This is a great, easy recipe people love. Our family has made it for gatherings for as long as I can remember. Refried beans are layered with guacamole, a seasoned sour cream mixture, cheese and vegetables. Serve it with tortilla chips. Enjoy!"
This is a true Tex-Mex recipe concocted by a distant relative stationed at the Alamo nearly 160 years ago. According to family lore, he was out looking for some good tomatoes when Santa Ana attacked the now famous Texas landmark. Luckily, our relative kept this recipe in the lining of his coon-skin cap, and both he and his avocado dip lived to fight another day. Years later, near death from an infected Chihuahua bite, he looked deep into his son's eyes, and with his last breath, uttered the familiar phrase "Remember... the...guacamole."