The Best Chunky Guacamole Recipe

May 1, 2020
The Best Chunky Guacamole Recipe by JC Phelps of JCP Eats, A Kentucky-Based Food Blog 2

Hey, y’all.

My love affair with guacamole is rooted in my love of Mexican food. I can, quite literally, eat an entire bowl of it. When I was an undergraduate at Centre College, my favorite snack to keep in my dorm refrigerator = the guacamole from Whole Foods Market. And while I will occasionally purchase food out of convenience, there is no need to purchase guacamole (plus, it’s expensive).

Why? This recipe is more economical, is simple, and is – to understate – delicious.

The Best Chunky Guacamole Recipe by JC Phelps of JCP Eats, A Kentucky-Based Food Blog

When making it, I recommend “cutting” it with a couple of forks or a fork and a knife. I prefer this method of mixing, as opposed to mashing; I like guacamole chunky + I always want to see the ingredients that are in my dishes.

Enough rambling — I present to you: the. best. guacamole.

The Best Chunky Guacamole Recipe by JC Phelps of JCP Eats, A Kentucky-Based Food Blog

The Best Chunky Guacamole Recipe

Ingredients:

4 Avocados, ripe

1 Medium Tomato, finely-diced

2/3 c. Red Onion, finely-diced

1/8 c. Fresh Lime Juice

1 Garlic Clove, minced

2 tbsp. Pickled Jalapeños, diced

Tabasco Sauce, to taste (I use around 12 dashes)

Kosher salt, to taste

Black Pepper, to taste

Directions:

  1. Cut the avocados and remove the seed.
  2. In a large bowl, combine avocado, diced tomato, diced red onion, fresh lime juice, minced garlic, diced pickled jalapeños, tabasco, salt, and pepper.
  3. Using either two forks or a fork and knife, slice through the ingredients until they are chunky, yet well-combined.
  4. Add more salt and pepper, to taste, if desired.
  5. Serve!

Enjoy, y’all!

The Best Chunky Guacamole Recipe by JC Phelps of JCP Eats, A Kentucky-Based Food Blog

As always: Happy Eating, Happy Traveling, Happy Living.

Y’all come back now, ya hear?

My best,

JC

FTC: This post is not sponsored.

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