Creamy guac in all its glorious incarnations.
Guasacaca is the Venezuelan answer to guacamole, but with a brighter, tangier flavor.
A simple and easy guacamole for any occasion.
A combination of beans, corn, and scallions add extra texture to the standard avocado mash.
Think everything should come with a drizzle of Srirachi on top? This twist on the classic will be right up your alley.
Fermented chili bean paste gives traditional guac a boost of spicy, salty, tangy flavor.
Get your guacamole and salsa verde fix in one swoop by adding broiled tomatillos, garlic, onion, and serrano pepper to the mix.
Soy sauce and sesame amp up the umami factor in this edamame-studded guac, while shiso leaf provides a minty herbal note.
Cubes of jicama and mango deliver crunch and sweetness to the smooth and creamy classic.
The flavors of Maryland and Mexico meet in this Old Bay-inflected variation garnished with jumbo lump crab meat.
Bacon and blue cheese bring smoke and funk to the table. Enjoy it on tortilla trips or try it as a topping on burgers and sliders.
Pico de gallo meets guacamole in this tangy-sweet, ultra-light dip.
Any recipe with a whole head of garlic in it is sure to separate out the fearful from the fearless. Serve this and you'll find out who has both the guts and the glory.
Toasted pepitas and orange zest make for a crunchy and aromatic variation that packs a bold, spicy powerful punch.