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  • Servings: 5-7
  • Preparation Time: 15


This is the easiest guacamole you're ever bound to make, so much so that it feels like cheating. Whenever I make guacamole, I use this recipe, and it impresses every. single. time.


  • 6 medium or 4 large avocados
  • ¼c chunky salsa (I prefer Pace thick and chunky, but extra points for the Triple Pepper Pace)
  • 1T garlic powder
  • 1T onion powder
  • 1T beau monde
  • 3T lemon juice (can be the stuff in the plastic lemon or fresh squeezed)
  • dash or two of tabasco (regular is cool, chipotle or habañero is awesome)


  • Halve the avocados
  • using the part of the knife blade closest to the handle (and being very careful), put the knife into the pit
  • twist and remove
  • Use a spoon to remove the meat from the skin of the avocado, and scoop out into a big bowl
  • Pour lemon juice over avocado to prevent browning
  • Go to town on the avocado with a potato masher, but make sure to leave it a bit chunky
  • Toss in the salsa, seasonings and tabasco and stir, making sure to not stir so hard as to smooth out the chunks
  • Best served at room temperature, but if you must refrigerate, make sure to press down a layer of plastic wrap directly onto the surface.

Categories: Dip  Guacamole  Spicy 

Author Credit: CBJetBlack

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