Homemade Guacamole Dip .. with a Tip!


4 Ripe Avocados ( Reserve 1 avocado, chopped to add towards the end for chunkiness)
2 tbsp Sour Cream 
3 tbsp Lemon Juice + 1 tbsp Lime Juice (Optional)
Few drops of Tabasco Sauce (Optional)
2&1/2 Ripe Tomatoes, Seeded & Chopped (Reserve 1 tomato, chopped to add later for chunkiness)
Handful of Chopped Spring Onions
Handful of Finely Chopped Coriander
Sea Salt to taste
1 Fresh Red Chili (Mild), Seeded & Finely Chopped


- In a food processor, throw in 3 avocados, 1 tomato, and the red chili and pulse.
- Add the spring onions & coriander and pulse again.
- Add the sour cream and a good pinch of salt and taste. Pulse for the last time.
- Remove the mixture from the food processor and add the remaining chopped avocados & tomatoes for chunkiness.  
- Season with more sea salt and lemon & lime juice until you reach the desired taste.
- Add the Tabasco and mix well.
- Serve with Tortilla chips or homemade pita chips.

Tip 1: To keep the guacamole bright green and avoiding that bad browning from oxidizing, keep one of the avocado seeds in the dip and add enough lemon or lime juice.

Tip 2: To keep the guacamole in the fridge for a few days without it changing color and oxidizing, put it in a Tupperware and put a direct cling wrap (plastic wrap) on the guacamole dip and let it stick to it to block air and then close it with the lid.



Ma Vie...Ma Joie said...

I love gaucamole...I'll try that inshallah.
I did the ritz chicken strips today will post about it soon inshallah but I added a bit of my own touch ;p

3abeer said...

Ma Vie...Ma Joie,
I would love to know how the Ritzy Chicken turned out .. and please do share your additions to it.


Rafael Apolinario said...

Wow, this all looks good. I'm gonna try to prepare this one. It has some fave fruits, so I think it won't trigger bad effects on my Tom Venuto Diet

Anonymous said...

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3abeer said...

Good luck with your diet. and hope you enjoy.
Thank you for passing by.

3abeer said...


Great to know you're into cooking too! I love Italian.
Thank you for passing by and I hope you enjoy the recipes.
if you are looking for different new flavors, check our the friends & family section, it has several home-made recipes.