Guacamole Dip Recipe
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Guacamole Dip Recipe - This classic dip is always a winner – you can't go wrong!
Easy Guacamole Dip Recipes
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Easy Guacamole Recipe - This easy guacamole makes a delicious and healthy snack or taco-topper.
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Simple Guacamole Dip Recipes
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Easy Guacamole Dip Recipe - Here's a summertime staple that you can make in 15 minutes!
Roasted Onion Guacamole Dip Recipe - This time instead of making your guacamole with fresh white onion try this recipe which calls for you to roast the onion and then add. It is a completely different taste.
Mexican Dip Recipe - This dip is like a combination of guacamole and taco dip!
Healthy Guacamole Dip Recipes
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Uncle Geoff's Guacamole Dip Recipe - Easy and breezy, you'll amaze all your friends with this delicious guacamole.
Fat-Free Guacamole Dip Recipe - Made with split peas, instead of avocado, this guacamole is a lighter alternative.
Tips for Making the Best Guacamole Dip Recipe
- To keep a cut avocado from turning brown, store the pieces in a Ziploc bag with the avocado pit.
- When you make guacamole, put the avocado pits in the dip and it will not turn brown.
- Avocados, available all year, vary greatly in shape, size, and color. Despite this variation in appearance, avocados are of good eating quality when they are properly ripened, becoming slightly soft. This ripening process normally takes from 3 to 5 days at room temperature for the quite firm avocados usually found in food stores. Ripening can be slowed by refrigeration.
- For immediate use, select slightly soft avocados, which yield to gentle pressure on the skin. For use in a few days, buy firm fruits that do not yield to the squeeze test. Leave them at room temperature to ripen. Irregular light-brown markings are sometimes found on the outside skin but generally have no effect on the flesh of the avocado.
- Avoid: Avocados with dark sunken spots in irregular patches or cracked or broken surfaces. These are signs of decay.
- To avoid the browning of avocado flesh when exposed to air, immediately place the peeled fruit in lemon juice until ready for use.
History of the Guacamole Dip Recipe
A guacamole dip recipe is traditionally made with ripe avocados, tomato, onion, garlic, lime juice or lemon juice, and/or seasonings. It originated in Mexico and has become popular worldwide. Some say that guacamole has been around as early as the 16th century, when the Aztecs first made it.
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