How to make guacamole (easy recipe in 1 minute!)

Guacamole ingredients (entry)1. INTRODUCTION

In this post I want to show you how to make guacamole in less than a minute (very easy recipe!).

I hope you like it! 🥑



  • Avocados.
  • Tomatoes (1/4 of the amount of avocado you are going to use).
  • Red onions (1/4 of the amount of avocado you are going to use).
  • Fresh cilantro (to taste).
  • Lime (to taste).
  • Salt (to taste).


Guacamole ingredients

Guacamole ingredients and proportions.


(*) Proportions example: 100 g of avocado, 25 g of tomato, 25 g of onion, 5-6 cilantro leaves, half drained lime and salt to taste. Over this base recipe, I invite you to experiment according to your personal tastes by adding more onion, lime, cilantro, salt, etc.

(**) You can use other types of onions if you don’t have red onions at home. But in Mexico they normally use red onions and I particularly like them better to make the guacamole.



Put all the ingredients in a bowl and blend them!

Guacamole blending

I blend them just a little bit so that they intermingle without leaving them with a very liquid consistency (But hey, these things go to taste). Play with the amount of lime and salt and when it’s delicious enough you can store it in the fridge (It’ll last at least a couple of days in good condition).




Guacamole (result).

I know, I know. I could have taken it out and served it in a beautiful way; but I delegate that part to your creative minds. If you have the ingredients at home, get down to work! It’s great! (I ended up eating all of it).



I arrived from Mexico with guacamole addiction and as soon as I got home I started experimenting.

As I like to optimize my time and I have already tried different liquid recipes, it occurred to me to put everything in the blender a few seconds instead of crushing the avocados with the fork, cutting the onion and the tomato into small pieces… etc. as they do traditionally; It does not take much time, but this way is easier, faster and you save up to a possible cut. 😂

Anyway, I hope you liked it. I invite you to leave a comment if it has ended up being yummy, you have any questions or want to share with other readers your particular recipe. See you soon! 🖖


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