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Marie Reed  
Guacamole
12/7/05, 8:07pm
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I tried to remember how to make guacamole from our cruise and attempted to make it last night.

Ingredients:

Onions
Tomatoes
Celantro
Avocado
Salt
Lemon Juice

My guacamole came out okay, but I think that I should have used lime juice instead of lemon juice.

Has anyone here made guacamole?

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Re: Guacamole
12/7/05, 8:08pm (Last Edited: 12/7/05, 11:01pm)
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ACK! I just did a search on the internet. I forgot the most important ingredient -- GARLIC!

I'm going to try making it again.

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Re: Guacamole
12/7/05, 10:44pm
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I did! I did!

Your recipe sounds better than mine. I just used avacados, lemon juice and a little salsa.

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Re: Guacamole
12/8/05, 6:13am
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I use mayonaise sometimes and lots of hot sauce and chili pepper. Yummmy

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Re: Guacamole
12/8/05, 9:47am
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>I use mayonaise sometimes and lots of hot sauce and chili
>pepper. Yummmy

Sounds too atomic for me

Marie's idea about using lime juice sounds good.

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Re: Guacamole
12/8/05, 9:53am
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>I tried to remember how to make guacamole from our cruise and
>attempted to make it last night.
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>Ingredients:
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>Onions
>Tomatoes
>Celantro
>Avocado
>Salt
>Lemon Juice
>
>My guacamole came out okay, but I think that I should have
>used lime juice instead of lemon juice.
>
>Has anyone here made guacamole?

Often..but I have to admit that Trader Joe's has a guac with some fire roasted tomatoes that I find really hard to beat!

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Re: Guacamole
12/8/05, 10:27pm (Last Edited: 12/8/05, 10:28pm)
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>I did! I did!
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>Your recipe sounds better than mine. I just used avacados,
>lemon juice and a little salsa.

I did forget another ingredient -- jalapeno peppers. The peppers I bought weren't that spicy. Just make sure you scrap all the seeds out.

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Re: Guacamole
12/8/05, 10:30pm
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>Often..but I have to admit that Trader Joe's has a guac with
>some fire roasted tomatoes that I find really hard to beat!
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Oooh, roasted tomatoes sound great! I'll have to try that next time.

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Re: Guacamole
12/8/05, 10:31pm
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>I use mayonaise sometimes and lots of hot sauce and chili
>pepper. Yummmy

Interesting combo. I'll have to experiment with mayo, hot sauce and chili pepper.

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Re: Guacamole
12/9/05, 9:23am
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>>I did! I did!
>>
>>Your recipe sounds better than mine. I just used avacados,
>>lemon juice and a little salsa.
>
>I did forget another ingredient -- jalapeno peppers. The
>peppers I bought weren't that spicy. Just make sure you scrap
>all the seeds out.
>
>

Those seeds will get you every time That's the hottest part, right?

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12/10/05, 5:54am
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>>>I did! I did!
>>>
>>>Your recipe sounds better than mine. I just used avacados,
>>>lemon juice and a little salsa.
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>>I did forget another ingredient -- jalapeno peppers. The
>>peppers I bought weren't that spicy. Just make sure you
>scrap
>>all the seeds out.
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>Those seeds will get you every time That's the hottest
>part, right?

well..sorta

The seeds are indeed hot..but also "woody" and don't taste very good. The spines on the inside of the pepper are also considered the "hot" part! If you want to lower the heat, you need to get rid of BOTH.

BTW, here is how you prep a jallepeno.

You roast the outside. You do this to get rid of that "raw" veggie like taste. If you have a gas stove, you can do this right over a burner. If you have electric, you can do so in the broiler of your oven. You need to more or less BURN the outside of the pepper. Once done, you can let it cool or just dunk it in ice water. You then peel off the skin.

You then cut the pepper and if you want the heat to be downplayed, you use a spoon to get out the BOTH the seeds AND the spines. Cut and use.

yummers!

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Re: Guacamole
12/10/05, 11:29am
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>>I use mayonaise sometimes and lots of hot sauce and chili
>>pepper. Yummmy
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>Interesting combo. I'll have to experiment with mayo, hot
>sauce and chili pepper.

I'm thinking sour cream would be the best bet, actually.

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Re: Guacamole
12/10/05, 9:34pm
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I did it! I thought I'd experiment in making guacamole tonight.
It came out really good, I have to say.

Okay, here's the full recipe:

1. Ripe avocado
2. Onions (diced)
3. Sun dried tomatoes (diced)
4. Garlic (finely diced)
5. Salt (to taste)
6. Celantro (diced)
7. Jalapoeno (no seeds, diced))
8. Lemon Juice (to taste)

Mash and mix all the above ingredients together, and eat with tortilla chips.

Rob said that it was like restaurant quality. That was a very big compliment!

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Re: Guacamole
12/10/05, 11:11pm
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Sounds yummy!

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