Holy Guacamole... No Really.

Every year my mother in law takes all of us girls on a beach trip and everyday we make this guacamole! We might actually only eat guacamole on this trip come to think of it. One thing that I think separates it from the rest is lemon. When you think Mexican you think like, but nope- get ya citrus right!

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Servings: 8

Prep Time: 00:10

Cook Time: 00:00

Main Ingredients

1/4 purple onion

1/2 lemon juiced and strained

1 roma tomato diced

1/3 chopped cilantro

4 ripe avocados diced

1/2 tsp pink himalayan sea salt

1/2 tsp of freshly cracked black pepper


1Cut your avocados in half, take out the pit and slice your knife in a grid like patttern on each side of the avocado.

2Then scoop out the now diced avocado into the bowl.

3Pour in your Lemon juice and do a little toss so that your avocados do not brown.

4Then toss in your onion, tomato, salt and black pepper cilantro and give it a good stir until all ingredients are mixed in evenly.

5Put it into a serving dish and garnish it with more cilantro for company!

Additional Notes

You can serve it with blue corn chips, celery, carrots, pita chips.. the options are endless. I also love throwing mine on top of grilled chicken or fish tacos! Enjoy!

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