5 Minute-EASY Guacamole Recipe! In Spanish, that’s 5 Minuto-Guacamole receta facile! Besides, this will make you ridiculously popular wherever you picnic next!
If you can select a ripe guacamole, pick up a package of Pico de Gallo, a lime and some coriander, you’ll be set. Just mix and go! Scoop and Eat!
Why This Recipe Works!
- Easy Ingredients with Simple Instructions.
- Fresh Ingredients
- The premade Pico De Gallo replaces all of the chopping you would do otherwise.
- Perfect spice level for most tastes.
This Is How You Do It.
Choose a fresh and ripe avocado. The flesh should give a little when you press in with your thumb. Make a tight fist. The avocado should feel about as firm as the skin between your thumb and first finger.
Peel and cut up the avocado.
Mix all the ingredients together. Then cover tightly with the plastic wrap touching the guacamole receta facile. Allow to rest in the fridge for an hour if you can resist gobbling it all up.
Serve with a crunchy corn chip. Enjoy!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) for Guacamole Receta Facile
What Does Guacamole Receta Facile Mean?
This means, “Easy Guacamole Recipe” in Spanish.
Can I Make Guacamole the Night Before?
- Yes, you definitely can! Simply cover with plastic wrap and place the wrap right down on top of the guacamole so that it completely touches the surface of the dip.
- If there are any areas that look as though they have turned brown, simply scoop those out and discard.
Can I Freeze Guacamole?
- Actually, yes you can! Follow this recipe, but do not add the pico.
- Instead, place it into freezer appropriate plastic bags, squeeze as much air out as possible and freeze. When you thaw it out, then you can add the Pico.
How to Keep Guacamole From Turning Brown
To keep guacamole from turning brown, make sure to add the lemon juice and cover as follows: Place the plastic wrap and place the wrap right down on top of the guacamole so that it completely touches the surface of the dip
Why Does My Guacamole Receta Facile Taste Like Soap?
If you believe that guacamole tastes like soap, then you are probably sensitive to the cilantro in the Pico.
To address this, do not use Pico, instead use 1/2 cup of chopped tomato and 1/2 chopped large onion.
How Do I Tell if the Avocado is Ripe?
You can tell if your avocado is ripe when you squeeze it, the flesh should give slightly with the pressure of your thumb.
How Do I Cut up an Avocado?
To Cut up an Avocado:
- Cut the Avocado in half from the top down (from the stem).
- Remove the seed.
- Cut the flesh into a hash pattern
- Scoop out the flesh using a spoon from each half.
FUN PRO TIP: If you push three toothpicks into the side of an avocado seed so that it can be suspended in a glass of water, you can grow your OWN AVOCADO tree! Find Instructions Here.
What Can I Serve With Guacamole Receta Facile?
It’s perfect with this Chipotle Chicken Salad!
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TIPS and TRICKS You’ll Want to Know About Guacamole Receta Facile…
- Check out above how to know if your avocado is ripe.
- To cut up an avocado easily, follow the directions noted above. (Also, see the video).
- Avocados start to turn brown very quickly. You’ll want to cut these up and this mix with the other ingredients pretty quickly. The lemon helps to keep it from turning brown.
- Some people are very sensitive to cilantro. Pico has cilantro in it. If you need to leave the cilantro out, simply cut up tomato and onions very small to add instead.
- Top with a little lime juice for a special kick.
PRO TIP: When saving this guacamole, cover with plastic wrap and put the wrap right down on top of the guacamole so that it is touching. This helps keep it from turning brown.
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Guacamole Receta Facile
- 3 ripe avocados
- 1 package of prepared fresh Pico de Gallo available in the fruits and veggie section
- ¾ tsp garlic salt
- 1 tsp lemon juice
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 lime wedges for squeezing
- Remove the avocado skin and seed, cut into 1 inch cubes and place in a bowl. Add the Pico de gallo and garlic salt. Stir gently.
- Add the pico de gallo, coriander, garlic salt and lemon juice and mix well. Smash up the avocados so that your sauce is as smooth or chunky as you like it!
- Add salt and pepper to taste. (You really have to taste it. If it doesn't taste just right, you need to add salt).
- Serve with tortilla chips, garnish with lime slices and chopped cilantro leaves.
- An avocado is ripe when it gives gently as you press on the skin with your thumb.
- To cut up an avocado easily, cut it in half from the stem down. Remove the seed. Cut the flesh into hashmark sections. Scoop out with a spoon from each half.
- Avocados start to turn brown very quickly. You'll want to cut these up and this mix with the other ingredients pretty quickly. The lemon helps to keep it from turning brown.
- Some people are very sensitive to cilantro. Pico has cilantro in it. If you need to leave the cilantro out, simply cut up tomato and onions very small to add instead. Use 1/2 cup of tomato and 1/2 an onion both chopped small.
- Top with a little lime juice for a special kick and serve with lime sections for garnish.
***This post originally appeared on Loaves and Dishes on June 9, 2015. It has been updated with new photos, new information, FAQ’s, Tips and Tricks, the recipe card has been updated and a video has been added. ***
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