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Holy Guacamole

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I always thought I hated avocados, just like I think I hate raw tomatoes. However, on a recent trip to Whole Foods I discovered I love guacamole; therefore, my hatred of avocados is fabricated!

Whole Foods is 40 minutes away from my house, so I decided to make my own. Here is what I came up with… personally, I feel the results are quite scrumptious!

Oh, and if you have no idea what Sriracha is, click here. I love this stuff, and it can be found in the Asian section of your grocery store!

Holy Guacamole


4 ripe avocados, pitted and mashed
1 Roma tomato, diced
1/2 cup diced red onion
2 cloves of minced garlic
1 diced jalapeno
the juice of one lime
salt and black pepper to taste
pinch of Cayenne pepper
a couple dashes of Sriracha
*You can also add fresh cilantro…I had none on hand.


1. In a medium bowl, mash together the avocados, lime juice, onion, tomatoes, jalapeno and garlic.

2. Stir in cayenne pepper and Sriracha.

3. Add salt and pepper to taste.


- For best flavor, refrigerate at least two hours.

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Sunday 10th of August 2008

Guacamole is divine!


Sunday 10th of August 2008

To me, the avocado is the food of the gods! I couldn't possibly love guacamole any more than I do! I usually have to leave the cilantro out or else my husband won't eat it:) We also love the Sriacha, but have never used it in guacamole. Interesting!


Thursday 7th of August 2008

ah, guacamole--my favorite dip of all time. well, at least this week. :)your version looks spectacular (and it'd be even better with cilantro...)!

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