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May 25, 2021 2 min read

Guacamole is a classic Mexican dish made from avocados and spices and is an easy upgrade of tacos and other main dishes and makes a great dip for chips, vegetables, and toasted bread. This creamy guacamole recipe is gluten-free and vegan. By following the Multo™ by CookingPal® guided recipe, you can blend all of the ingredients properly to make sure your guacamole is perfectly smooth.

How to make Guacamole with Multo™ by CookingPal®?

1. Chop tomatoes.

Deseed tomatoes and add them into the mixing bowl. The blade will chop the tomatoes into small pieces, allowing it to mix better with other ingredients.

2. Mash onion and garlic.

Use the turbo button to mash the onion and garlic. In just a few seconds, you will have the ingredients at the desired textures.

3. Finish mixing ingredients.

Add the avocado and other ingredients that flavor the guacamole and mix together.

4. Enjoy!

Enjoy your easy and delicious guacamole with chips or other Mexican dishes.

Cooking tips and tricks

  • Make sure avocados are ripe for optimal flavor and creaminess. Ripe avocados have a dark skin and are soft to the touch.

What are the variations of the guacamole?

  • Add 1-2 tsp. of minced, fresh jalapeño or serrano peppers. These peppers will bring a crisp spice to your guacamole. Serrano peppers are hotter than jalapeño peppers.
  • Sprinkle toasted pepitas, or shelled pumpkin seeds, on top of your finished guacamole. This will bring a little crunch to the dish while adding lots of antioxidants. They also give a better presentation to the final dip.
  • Dress your guacamole up by adding charred corn and a drizzle of chili oil on top before serving. If you are feeling extra adventurous, add 3 tbsp. goat cheese on top as well - goat cheese and avocado pair nicely together as the cheese brings an earthy, tart flavor to counteract any spice.

How to store guacamole?

Avocados brown easily, so proper storage is key for maintaining its freshness. Place guacamole in an airtight container, and use a spoon to flatten the surface and remove any air pockets. Cover the surface of the guacamole completely with about half an inch of water, and cover tightly with an airtight lid. Refrigerate and eat within 2 days.

The final verdict on the guacamole - how does it taste?

A creamy, fresh dip for chips or accompaniment for main dishes, guacamole is a healthy choice at any meal. It’s:
  • Buttery
  • Nutty
  • Heart-healthy
  • Citrusy
  • & Peppery!

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