Best Spicy Guacamole

Best Spicy Guacamole

Remember, I told you my friend Grace from San Diego, besides creating the most amazing hip blankets, being a wonderful host, does the best spicy guacamole, ever? She sent me the recipe. Trust me if you like spicy food it’s worth trying.

Important Tip: If you clean the pits and place them back in the guacamole it seems to help discoloration.


– 3-4 medium sized ripe avocados
– 1-2 cloves of garlic, finely minced
– 1 finely chopped tomato
– 2-3 tablespoons of red onion finely minced
– a handful of chopped coriander
– a few dashes of tabasco sauce
– a squeeze of lime juice to taste
Note:  If you want it even spicier you can add to taste jalapeño chili pepper.


In a large bowl place the scooped avocado pulp, the lime juice, the finely minced garlic, coriander, red onion, tabasco sauce and toss.
Important Tip: If you clean the pits and place them back in the guacamole it seems to help discoloration.
Best Spicy Guacamole02Total Time: 10 min
Prep: 10 min
Yield: 4 servings
Level: Super Easy


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  1. I love guacamole, at least once a week I eat this” good fat” for you green wonder. I like all kinds of variations of guacamole recipes and definitely will try this! Here is my version of a guacamole dip: 2 avocados, half red onion finely minced, juice of a half lemon, 2 spoons of greek yogurt, 2 spoons of crumbled goat feta cheese and a dash of freshly grinded black pepper. Mix and dip! Sorry I couln’t resist not to write it down. Thanks for sharing your recipe! Eva:)

    1. Yummy!!!! I will try it. I eat it more than once a week with brown tortilla bread. My recipe, or rather my sister’s recipe, is just avocados, chopped tomatoes, lime juice and pepper! Couldn’t resist adding that too…

  2. And I like all your recipes and haven’t got one of my own. Oh, hang on a minute: this reminds me of over a century ago when I was going out with Alexander – we were preparing a massive guacamole for a large group of our friends and it involved lots and lots and lots of finely cut pistachios. Well fattening but amazing. Nina, if you bump into him ask him about that Guacamole dip he used to make in the late 80s! Was pretty incredible.


    1. Pistachios??!!! That’s an interesting addition… I still remember the amazing steak tartare…

    1. I do find avocados in Greece but they don’t taste as nice as the ones in California.

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