Guacamole In A Hurry only requires a few ingredients and is perfect when you don’t have time to chop up a bunch of vegetables, but you need guacamole, now.
Or you’re feeling lazy and don’t want to get the cutting board dirty. If you are an avocado lover like me, you’ve probably found yourself in this situation.
I usually eat guacamole on tacos, taquitos, and quesadillas. It’s also great on salads and veggie burgers. And I enjoy it with oven fries and on baked potatoes. Let’s face it, guacamole goes with so many things! (You can even eat it with tortilla chips!)
If you have extra time and a well-stocked pantry, feel free to add any additions you like.
Here are some suggestions:
Chopped red onion
Minced jalapeno or other peppers
But rest assured, it tastes great as is, and really highlights the star, the amazing avocado!
This recipe serves two. If you are serving more people, plan on one avocado per person, minimum.
It’s important that your avocados are ripe.
Do you know how to tell? Check out this Trick to Determine Whether an Avocado Is Ripe Inside.
And make sure your avocados have a little bit of the stem attached when you purchase them.
What is your favorite way to enjoy guacamole? Please let me know in the comments. I use this recipe for Guacamole In A Hurry to make Chickpea and Guacamole Tacos.
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Guacamole In A Hurry
This super-fast easy guacamole recipe is perfect for those times when you really need guacamole now!
In a mixing bowl, coarsely mash the avocados with the back of a fork.
Fold in the remaining ingredients. If you have extra time, feel free to add in any extra ingredients in the notes. Enjoy!
Optional additional ingredients include minced garlic, chopped red onion, fresh cilantro, diced tomatoes, cumin, minced jalapeno or other peppers, etc.
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