La Parilla Taqueria Guacamole

Recipe: Appetizer : La Parilla Taqueria Guacamole - Hot and tasty - A kitchen workhorse and the foundation of many party Appetizers, Hors d'oeuvre, and Snacks
Rated 4.7 / 5 based on 11 reviews

Prep Time: 10 min
Total Time: 35 min
Yield: 8 Serving

Nutrition Facts:
240 calories
9 grams fat

Ingredients

1 jalapeno chile with seeds -- finely minced

3 tablespoons fresh cilantro -- coarsely chopped

1 ripe avocado -- peeled and pitted

1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

1 cup water

3 tablespoons white onions -- diced

Directions

This is the version of guacamole you often see in little taquerias in Mexico. The spicy, thin mixture has a great smooth flavor. But the reason you see it used so often is that it is much less expensive than the famous chunky guacamole, an advantage in tiny restaurants where tacos commonly cost less than the equivalent of thirty cents. It is so good, however, that I use it even when the difference in cost is no object.

Put all the ingredients except the onion in a food processor and blend until very smooth. Pour into a bowl and stir in the onion. Use immediately.

Makes about 2 cups.






Latest Reviews

"I made this sauce and loved the taste. The only thing I didn't like was how thick it was 'like a paste thick'. Next time I will add a little water to loosen it up some." - rdarej3

"Such a great recipe! It's wonderful just as written. I read reviews after I had made the soup and learned a lot of great additions or alternate techniques to complement this recipe. Will definetly make this one again... and again... and again! For novice cooks-do not cut your potatoes ahead of ... " - lilmack79

"I used homemade vegetable stock in place of the chicken stock, and added a pinch of smoked paprika. This is such a nice, simple recipe, thanks to the poster!" - janemarie1960

"A great combination of chocolate chips, oatmeal, and peanut butter." - ethelmertz

"This recipe is excellent. Any kind of roast works well. I did try to reduce the salt by adding 1/2 package of ranch dressing, but I found the majority of salt was coming from the Italian dressing. So I added full package of ranch and brown gravy and 1/2 package of italian dressing and it was ... " - kelly knowles

"I use neufchatel cheese to cut down on the fat content. I always make a double batch and add 1 pound of fried and drained ground turkey to one batch. If soup is too watery, I add instant mashed potatoes just until it slightly thinkens." - patti c.

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