Recipe Directions

Mash and mix all ingredients with a fork, and serve. You can serve this as a salad, a chunky dip, or you can mash it up smooth and add water, and use as a salad dressing.
Tip: Instead of cayenne, you could mince in some fresh hot chiles.

Raymond's Thoughts

This is a quick and tasty guacamole – you can make it in 15 minutes, and your friends won’t even know it’s raw.

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M-Company's Review

Groovy Guacamole
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This recipe is awesome! Thank you!
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I thought cilantro were the leaves and coriander the seeds...?

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betty boop, cilantro is another name for corriander...maybe you have corriander? but for guacamole recipes (and probably any recipe that calls for cilantro specifically), use the leaves, not the seed

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Hello, I would like to make this this evening, but I do not know what cilantro is. I live in Holland, can anyone tell me please, so that I can buy it at the store.
Txs. Nicole

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Nagev...I think some people use a roasted salsa in their guac recipes, some use sour cream...cheese...people get mighty creative heheh..

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So freaking good! I am another picky eater, and I was able to consume all of this. I left out the cayenne, but it was still sooo yummy.

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I agree. This is the best gwock I've had in a long time. (I used limes as we were out of the lemon...it was great.)

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This is so FANTASTIC. I added a bit of lime juice and a touch of coriander. Since I put in too much lemon (and lime), I countered the over-tartness by adding creamed cashews (just soaked in water and then puréed) and a little agave. Stirred it all together and voilà! Just FANTASTIC. Thank you.

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I am very picky when it comes to guac. I have tried many versions and this is by far the best. I ate it all and wanted more!

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Made it, It was gone in a flash! Husband like guac now. I like it a little bit hotter so I added a touch more spices. Will sooooo make this a gain... Maybe tonight!

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Lovely, I added tonnes of chilli, Fabulous just by itself or over some sliced vine tomatos.. gorgeous!

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I love love this. So yummy. I agree with Ray, best ever! I used on my salad as a dressing. ha ha.

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Ray, I must say it is indeed groovy! I had this tonight with carrots, broccoli and red leaf lettuce. Yumm!! And I've got some of Kandace's apple cookies for dessert!

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This was so yummy. Thank you!

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This is delicious! We didn't do the cayenne because of a 5 year-old's tastebuds, added a pinch more salt, and believe me, we gobbled it up :)

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I thought all guacamoles were raw. What do they do to the cooked ones?

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We had this again the other day... I'd forgotten how spicy it is! It's really the best raw guacamole I've had...

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I usually just slice an avocado on tacos, but this was so easy to make I decided to try it. Glad I did! I made half the recipe and it was just enough for a taco dinner for two.

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