Autumn’s Famous Guacamole
This recipe may only be famous in my small pond, but it did win a “guac-off “ with some friends so in my book that means it’s the gold standard! I really do love this guacamole recipe though, as does my husband and anyone else I have ever served it to. It is incredibly easy and lets the fresh, delicious ingredients shine. There’s nothing that beats homemade guacamole and chips or crunchy veggies on a summer weekend afternoon, so whip this up soon. I promise it will go fast.
Note: lime and onion tend to make or break guacamole for some people, so it’s important to start with smaller amounts of those ingredients, taste, then add to your preference.
- 3 ripe avocados
- Cherry tomatoes, diced (usually between 5-10 tomatoes)
- Red onion, diced (only a small section of the onion)
- Fresh juice of 1-2 limes
- 2-3 Tbsp fresh cilantro, chopped
- Sea salt to taste
- Cut the avocados into a bowl.
- Add in the small diced tomatoes, red onion, chopped cilantro, and lime juice. Mash until just chunky.
- Finish with salt to taste. Feel free to adjust ingredient amounts, particularly the lime and onion, to your preference. Enjoy!