How to make game-day guacamole


Double up on everything if you are making this for more then two people! This recipe makes 2 servings. If you have 10 people coming over to watch a game, multiply this recipe by 5!

This recipe is easy, but I think all guacamole recipes are easy. Here is everything you will need, minus the cilantro I forgot to add. It was good without it, but so much better once I added it.

Dice your onion small. Well, unless you love onions and want them to be the star of your guac...but that isn't the point of guacamole! You only need 1/2 a cup.

Tomatoes are a necessity for a good guacamole. Remove their seeds then dice small.

Cut your avocados in half, remove the seed, then take small knife and carefully cut the avocado like pictured above. Then take a spoon and scoop it all out and place in a bowl.

Take a fork and gently mash the avocado against the side of your bowl. Mash as little or as much as you like. It's up to you. I mash mine pretty well to get a smooth consistency.

Add all the ingredients along with 1.5 teaspoons if #3 Mexican in a Minute. If you don't have any, go to www.worldseasonings.com and use the code "snapguide" to save 20% when ordering.

Mix well... Don't forget to add cilantro!

Cover and chill or serve immediately! Hope you enjoy it...and your guest do too!



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