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Fabulous recipe! If you love guacamole then give this recipe a try. I would have never thought to grill an avocado before but this really did give the guacamole a nice smoky taste! I cut the recipe in half and used minced garlic with a bit of kosher salt vs. garlic salt. I also added a bit of cumin and I loved the creaminess the sour cream added to this. Overall a wonderful recipe especially served with warm tortilla chips!
I have made this recipe 3 times now it is awesome! Only difference I do is white onions not red no jalapeno and I use ro tel original diced tomatoes and green chilies. I also grill up the avocados in a skillet on my stove with a little olive oil. It taste so good and I will continue to make this guacamole recipe for years.
Grill ALL the veggies and omit the sour cream (there is really no need for it as avocados create a creamy consistency all their own especially after cooking)! Grilling all the veggies makes this a truly grilled guacamole and will impart so much more flavor it will blow your mind! I would not grill the tomatoes of course and I would use 1 clove of fresh minced garlic for a more vibrant flavor.:) I also prefer to use seeded chopped roma tomatoes in guacamole but that is a personal preference.
This guacamole has great flavor. Guacamole is one of my favorite foods of all time. Because of personal preference I left out the following: jalapeno sour cream hot pepper sauce and cilantro. I squeezed fresh lime juice from key limes and used vine-ripened tomatoes. Loved it! 4 stars only for alterations but would give 5 for taste.
Although this idea seemed like a great one and I really wanted to use it to show off our new grill it just did not add any flavor to grill the avocados. Served at a dinner party and no one noticed any difference. When I finally broke down and mentioned the grilling of the avocados someone said they thought they could taste a smoky flavor maybe.
I think this is a case of "don't mess with a good thing." Grilling took a bit of the fresh taste away from the avocado though I hesitate to say it tasted smoky. I also didn't like the sour cream - especially reduced fat! Overall it was OK. But a stellar guac can be made with much less effort.
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