Authentic Guacamole Recipe


Mexico serves the best avocado-based dip guacamole. This dish’s popularity has spread into the Southwest U.S. There are several ways to enjoy it, such as rugged chunky guacamole salad and velvety spread. From standard mashed avocado and salt to spices, there are many varieties of adding deliciousness to it.

Avocado is a superfood. Its monounsaturated fat and omega are a great addition to your diet. Especially girls would love to eat it for glowing, healthy skin.

History of Guacamole

In Peru, avocado was first cultivated during 3100 BCE and was then known as alligator pear. Guacamole, an old-style buttery delicacy, is globally prepared from avocado and grown in popularity during the 1500s Aztech era. Aztecs believe it to have aphrodisiac properties. English pirate and environmentalist William Dampier first described guacamole in his book A New Voyage Round the World.

Its name emerged from the Aztec ahuacatl, meaning testicle or testicle tree. September 16 is celebrated as National Guacamole Day.

Benefits of Guacamole

  • It contains about 20 vitamins, potassium, fiber, and minerals, providing numerous health benefits.
  • The spread aids digestion, heart health, cancer prevention, and depression while lowering cholesterol.

Guacamole recipe

Guacamole is simple and quick mash. A nutrient-dense food is vegan and delicious to the core, adding to our joy! Traditionally, it was prepared with Mexican mortar and pestle, known as molcajete.

The step-by-step recipe below will surprise you with the ease of preparing a restaurant-worthy guacamole.


  • Ripe avocados 3
  • Lime juice 1
  • Salt to taste
  • Tomatoes (diced)(optional) 1 medium
  • Onion (diced) (optional) ½ cup
  • Chopped green cilantro 3 tablespoons
  • Crushed garlic (Optional) 1 teaspoon
  • Black pepper powder ½ teaspoon
  • Cayenne pepper powder ½ teaspoon


  • Deseed and pit out the avocado. Be safe from Avocado Hand.
  • Squeeze the juice of a lemon to add the tangy flavor and prevent the browning of the avocado, giving brightening to the recipe.
  • Mash onion, tomato, cilantro, garlic, and the seasoning.
  • Add this fine paste to the mashed fruit.
  • Voila! Your dip is ready in less than 1 minute.

How to enjoy Guacamole?

  • It must be served cold, so refrigerate in an airtight container, topping with a layer of water and lime juice.
  • Serve guacamole dip with snacks like nachos, fresh vegetable sticks, burritos, homemade tortilla chips, and crackers.
  • If you have been trying avocado chocolate pudding to include omegas into your kids’ diet, this guacamole spread is an excellent transformation for them. Spreading on toast is as good as the topping of a sandwich.
  • It is a side to serve along with grilled chicken.

Tips for the best Guacamole

  • Use properly ripe avocados for a recipe that is not mushy.
  • Adjust the level of spiciness for a mild or hot guacamole.
  • We have used cayenne pepper and cumin for a flavorful profile. If you don’t have cayenne, try the recipe with jalapeno, serrano, or any chili available.
  • Add lime juice and salt to pre-made tomato salsa to reduce preparation time.
  • You may add a spoonful of crema/ sour cream for more creaminess.
  • Do not refrigerate it with tomatoes and onions for more than two days.
  • Even after draping it in plastic wrap, the lime juice can’t save it from browning beyond two days.
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