A bite of this Smoky Lemon Chipotle Guacamole Recipe will knock your socks off. Between the rich and creamy avocado, subtly spicy peppers and the tangy lemon, it’s over-the-top delicious. I’m totally inspired to celebrate avocados.
You see over the weekend I went to an avocado party — well, a California Avocado Commission Food Blogger Luncheon, to be exact. Chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger led a super fun event for us, with an unbelievably delicious California avocado-centric menu, at one of their Border Grill restaurants in LA.
Check out this mouth-watering menu. Every course was incredibly delicious — the kind of delicious where you truly savor each bite.
We started the day with a really fun activity — a mini cooking challenge.
It was much like the TV show, Chopped, only we worked in small groups, had only fifteen minutes, no baskets and just two ingredients (avocados and pasta), none of which were a “mystery.” 😉
And guess what? We tied for 1st place!And if you’re an avocado lover, lime me, you’ll love checking out my Best Avocado Recipes, where you’ll find delicious California avocados in everything from salsa, to cookies, to soups.
I love this guacamole not only with crispy, salted chips, but also spooned onto grilled steak, chicken or fish. Delicious!
Some of my other favorite guacamole recipes . . .
Enjoy every last delectable bit of this Smoky Lemon Chipotle Guacamole Recipe!
A bite of this Smoky Lemon Chipotle Guacamole Recipe will knock your socks off. Between the rich and creamy avocado, subtly spicy peppers and the tangy lemon, it's over-the-top delicious.
*Makes about 4 cups
- 4 cups avocados, mashed (about 4 medium-large avocados)
- 2 tablespoons lemon zest
- 1/4 cup roughly chopped lemon supremes (click here for how to cut supremes)
- 2 tablespoons chipotle peppers in adobe sauce, finely chopped
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon granulated sugar
Peel the avocados and remove the pits. (Here's how.)
Add the avocado to a large mixing bowl and use a large fork to mash it to the consistency you like. (I like it when it's both smooth and chunky.)
Mix in the lemon zest, chopped lemon, chipotles, salt and sugar.
Serve with warm, salted tortilla chips, or add it to fish, chicken, meat, or anything else that sounds delicious!
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