All the Ways to Flavor Guac
The only thing you need to do to be an instant hit at a party is show up with a bowl of homemade guacamole. And while there’s nothing wrong with a big bowl of classic guac with the regulars – ripe avocados, tomatoes, onion, lime juice and cilantro (plus a jalapeno or two to give it a little kick) – mixing it up a bit won’t leave you disappointed.
Rachael Ray adds a hint of smokiness to her guac with canned chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Add any leftover chiles in adobo to a salsa for a smoky dipping duo perfect for your Cinco de Mayo festivities.
Everyone’s favorite dressing makes a surprise appearance in everyone’s favorite dip. Coincidence? Definitely not. Bonus: The sour cream and buttermilk help prevent the guacamole from turning brown, so you can make this batch ahead of time without worry.
Going by the theory that bacon makes everything better, this guacamole is sure to please. Bacon and jarred jalapenos make for a delightfully savory take on the classic.
Pomegranate seeds add a pop of sweetness in each bite of this super simple guacamole.
Bobby Flay adds some grilled corn for a slightly sweet and smoky version of guacamole.
Give guac a sweet makeover -- strawberries and mango balance out the heat from jalapenos and make for a tropical twist.
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