Jamie Oliver Guacamole Recipe

by Alejandro Mole

You'll find particular dishes and appetizers where freshness definitely makes all the distinction in the world. In the Jamie Oliver guacamole recipe, substance and flavor come to life with heat and hearty flavors. Not only will this guacamole be fragrant and tasty, it's an amazingly very simple recipe to make from start to finish. With incredibly small prep time, the fresh ingredients are not compromised with the use of dry goods. One bite of this sublime guacamole dip will generate a desire to wish to make it on a regular basis. A little measuring, just a little chopping, plus a minimal mixing, and these natural ingredients combine to produce a delicious homemade guacamole dip. It truly is so easy to put together, a newbie cook will likely be able to make guacamole with ease and confidence.

Jamie Oliver Guacamole Ingredients

4 Ripe avocados, pitted, 1 Cup of fresh garden tomatoes, finely-diced, Cup of Vidalia onions, finely-diced, Cup of radishes, finely-diced, Cup of banana peppers, finely-diced, 1 Tbsp. of jalapeno peppers, finely-diced, Cup of fresh cilantro, chopped, Cup of fresh parsley, chopped, Cup of chipotle, finely-diced, Cup of red bell peppers, finely-diced, 2 Tbsp. of fresh, diced garlic, Cup of lime juice, 2 Tbsp. of fresh tomato juice (from the tomatoes that were diced), 1 Tbsp. of red wine vinegar, 1 Tbsp. of sea salt, 2 Tsp. of extra virgin olive oil, 1 Tbsp. of cracked black pepper, 1 Tsp. of granulated sugar


Inside a medium-sized mixing bowl, mash the fruit of the avocados till a creamy mixture is created. Mix in olive oil, granulated sugar, red wine vinegar, as well as the tomato juice and stir well. Add the lime juice and stir until mixed in.

Inside a separate, tiny mixing bowl, add the onions, diced tomatoes, radishes, banana peppers, jalapeo peppers, cilantro, parsley, chipotle, and garlic. Stir these until mixed lightly and pour whole mixture into a blender or food processor. Blend for a few seconds till the mixture takes on the form of a sauce. Pour this mixture in to the bowl with all the avocado mixture and stir with a spoon or fork for one minute until well mixed. Add the sea salt and cracked black pepper and stir.

This spicy Jamie Olivers guacamole recipe is loaded with freshness and authentic Mexican flavor and may be served at parties as guacamole dip, an appetizer, salad topper, or by itself. It's going to serve 10-12 people and works good with tortilla chips or spooned over crusty bread topped with Monterey Jack cheese.


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