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Guacamole with Fresh Corn and Chipotle

Guacamole with Fresh Corn and Chipotle


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Ingredients

  • 2 large ripe avocados (about 1 1/2 pounds), halved, pitted, peeled
  • 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
  • 1 plum tomato, seeded, diced
  • 1 canned chipotle chile, finely chopped*

Recipe Preparation

  • Mash avocados with lime juice in medium bowl. Using sharp knife, remove corn kernels from cob and add to avocado mixture. Stir in tomato and green onions. Combine chipotle and sour cream in small bowl; whisk to blend. Stir cream mixture into avocado mixture. Season with salt. Do ahead: Can be made 4 hours ahead. Place plastic wrap directly onto surface of guacamole and refrigerate. Bring to room temperature before serving.

  • *Chipotle chiles are dried, smoked jalapeños canned in adobo sauce. They are available at some supermarkets, at specialty foods stores, and at Latin markets.

Recipe by Barbara Pool Fenzl,Reviews Section

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Photo By: David M. Russell©2015, Watershed Visual Media, LLC.

Guacamole Tradicional

The best guacamole lets the mild, creaminess of ripe avocado shine. That&rsquos why Marcela&rsquos traditional take keeps the add-ins to a minimum. She uses just onion, cilantro, lime juice, salt and pepper.

Get the Recipe:Guacamole Tradicional

Guacamole

Alton&rsquos easy hack for making guacamole? Use your potato masher to break up the avocado and blend it with the lime juice and spices. It makes quick work of this crowd-pleasing dip &mdash and leaves you with the perfect, chunky texture.

Chunky Guacamole

Ellie doesn&rsquot mash the avocado for her super-chunky take on classic guacamole. Instead, she simply dices the fruit and stirs it together with lime juice, salt, cilantro and red onion.

Get the Recipe:Chunky Guacamole

Guacamole with Lemon

No limes? No problem! Ina uses freshly squeezed lemon juice in her guac. Fresh lemon keeps the avocado from turning brown just like lime would &mdash and it bring a subtle sweetness to this oh-so-delicious dip.

Guacamole with Vinegar

If you&rsquore out of citrus fruit you can still make a great batch of guac. Vinegar provides the same tart acidity that fresh lime or lemon juice would. Plus, it helps the guacamole stay greener, longer.

Smoky Guacamole

The simple pantry ingredient that will take your guac from basic to over-the-top delicious? Chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Chop them into small pieces and add them to the mix (along with a little bit of the adobo sauce) for a wonderfully smoky twist on the classic.

Get the Recipe:Smoky Guacamole

Guacamole with a Kick

How do you give your guacamole an extra kick of flavor? Try adding lots of finely chopped jalapeno and garlic, along with a smoky chipotle pepper in adobo.

Get the Recipe:Guacamole with a Kick

Charred Corn Guacamole with Corn Chips

If you ask us, guacamole is a summer cookout must-have. It&rsquos creamy, refreshing and easy to snack on while you&rsquore grilling. That&rsquos why we love Bobby&rsquos creative take he incorporates another one of our seasonal favorites into the dip: kernels of charred sweet corn.

Get the Recipe:Charred Corn Guacamole with Corn Chips

Loaded Guacamole

Thought guac couldn&rsquot get any better? Wait until you get a scoop of this bowl topped with sour cream, queso fresco, pickled jalapenos and smoky chipotle hot sauce.

Get the Recipe:Loaded Guacamole

Garlicky Holy Guacamole!

Rachael&rsquos 5-star guacamole has more than 100 rave reviews. Fans say it&rsquos &ldquofantastic&rdquo and report that they &ldquousually have to double the recipe&rdquo. It&rsquos that good!

Get the Recipe:Garlicky Holy Guacamole!

Greek Guacamole

Ree&rsquos giving guacamole a Greek-inspired twist by adding in some of our favorite Mediterranean ingredients: roasted red peppers, kalamata olives, crumbled feta and fresh dill.

Get the Recipe:Greek Guacamole

The Best Guacamole

Simple ingredients in perfect proportion make a this dip a crowd-pleasing favorite for any event. We decided not to use tomato in ours (it makes the guac watery) and included both onion and garlic for extra zip. A healthy dose of fresh lime juice balances and brightens the flavors.

Get the Recipe:The Best Guacamole

Tomatillo Guacamole

Tomatillos have a nice, bright flavor that&rsquos perfect for perking up your run-of-the-mill guacamole. Just chop them up and throw them into the food processor along with your other ingredients and you&rsquoll have a one-of-a-kind dip in a matter of minutes.

Get the Recipe:Tomatillo Guacamole

Guacamole

Often times, you&rsquoll see small-diced jalapeno peppers in guacamole. Tyler opts for the smaller, spicier serrano chiles instead &mdash and he cuts them into big, bold rounds for an extra pop of flavor.

Charred Pineapple Guacamole

This guacamole has got it all: creamy avocado, spicy Fresno chile, herbaceous cilantro and smoky charred pineapple. It&rsquos a must-make whenever you&rsquore grilling.

Get the Recipe:Charred Pineapple Guacamole

Pear and Pistachio Guacamole

This recipe is perfect for autumn or winter when petite seckel pears are in season, although you can use any other variety of pear, too. The pistachios on top make this dip extra special and contrast nicely with the fruit.

Get the Recipe:Pear and Pistachio Guacamole

Ranch Guacamole

This fresh take on guacamole uses many of the classic ingredients in Ranch dressing (like sour cream, buttermilk and fresh chives) to take your favorite dip in a whole new direction.

Get the Recipe:Ranch Guacamole

Lightened-Up Guacamole

This lighter version of guacamole is extra-creamy because of the addition of protein-dense silken tofu. Not only does it make a super-smooth puree, it reduces the fat and calories in the overall recipe.

Get the Recipe:Lightened-Up Guacamole

Guacamole

Bobby keeps it simple with his homemade guacamole, using just a handful of simple ingredients. Diced jalapenos add a hint of spice, while lime juice and fresh cilantro keep things bright and flavorful.

Chorizo Guacamole

The ingredient list for this recipe is deceptively short &mdash because this guac packs some serious flavor. Charred poblano, onion and lime add smokiness and a mix of fresh chorizo and crushed chicharrónes provide undeniable savor. You won&rsquot believe you only used a handful of ingredients to make it!

Get the Recipe:Chorizo Guacamole

Grilled Guacamole

Giving your avocados and jalapenos a nice char before dicing will add tons of smoky flavor to your bowl of guac. Rachael uses an indoor grill pan but you could just as easily throw them on an outdoor grill.

Get the Recipe:Grilled Guacamole

Spicy Guacamole

The spiciness in this simple guacamole comes from jalapeno pepper. Bobby recommends 1 full pepper for 2 avocados, but you can add more (or less) to suit your taste.

Get the Recipe:Spicy Guacamole

Mango Guacamole

Diced mango makes the perfect addition to guacamole. It&rsquos natural sweetness is perfectly balanced by piquant onions, spicy jalapeno peppers and cool, creamy avocado.

Get the Recipe:Mango Guacamole

Strawberry and Mango Guacamole

Avocado is a fruit (it&rsquos actually a berry!) so it should come as no surprise that it pairs well with sweet mango and strawberry. Jeff takes advantage by including all three fruits in his simple guacamole (along with the traditional lime juice, cilantro and onion) for a sweet-and-savory spin on guacamole that you&rsquore guaranteed to make again and again.

Get the Recipe:Strawberry and Mango Guacamole

Simple Guacamole

Marcela takes a straightforward approach to guacamole, sticking to a handful of basic ingredients: avocado, fresh cilantro, chile pepper, lime juice, onion and salt.


Our Best Guacamole Recipes

Photo By: David M. Russell©2015, Watershed Visual Media, LLC.

Guacamole Tradicional

The best guacamole lets the mild, creaminess of ripe avocado shine. That&rsquos why Marcela&rsquos traditional take keeps the add-ins to a minimum. She uses just onion, cilantro, lime juice, salt and pepper.

Get the Recipe:Guacamole Tradicional

Guacamole

Alton&rsquos easy hack for making guacamole? Use your potato masher to break up the avocado and blend it with the lime juice and spices. It makes quick work of this crowd-pleasing dip &mdash and leaves you with the perfect, chunky texture.

Chunky Guacamole

Ellie doesn&rsquot mash the avocado for her super-chunky take on classic guacamole. Instead, she simply dices the fruit and stirs it together with lime juice, salt, cilantro and red onion.

Get the Recipe:Chunky Guacamole

Guacamole with Lemon

No limes? No problem! Ina uses freshly squeezed lemon juice in her guac. Fresh lemon keeps the avocado from turning brown just like lime would &mdash and it bring a subtle sweetness to this oh-so-delicious dip.

Guacamole with Vinegar

If you&rsquore out of citrus fruit you can still make a great batch of guac. Vinegar provides the same tart acidity that fresh lime or lemon juice would. Plus, it helps the guacamole stay greener, longer.

Smoky Guacamole

The simple pantry ingredient that will take your guac from basic to over-the-top delicious? Chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Chop them into small pieces and add them to the mix (along with a little bit of the adobo sauce) for a wonderfully smoky twist on the classic.

Get the Recipe:Smoky Guacamole

Guacamole with a Kick

How do you give your guacamole an extra kick of flavor? Try adding lots of finely chopped jalapeno and garlic, along with a smoky chipotle pepper in adobo.

Get the Recipe:Guacamole with a Kick

Charred Corn Guacamole with Corn Chips

If you ask us, guacamole is a summer cookout must-have. It&rsquos creamy, refreshing and easy to snack on while you&rsquore grilling. That&rsquos why we love Bobby&rsquos creative take he incorporates another one of our seasonal favorites into the dip: kernels of charred sweet corn.

Get the Recipe:Charred Corn Guacamole with Corn Chips

Loaded Guacamole

Thought guac couldn&rsquot get any better? Wait until you get a scoop of this bowl topped with sour cream, queso fresco, pickled jalapenos and smoky chipotle hot sauce.

Get the Recipe:Loaded Guacamole

Garlicky Holy Guacamole!

Rachael&rsquos 5-star guacamole has more than 100 rave reviews. Fans say it&rsquos &ldquofantastic&rdquo and report that they &ldquousually have to double the recipe&rdquo. It&rsquos that good!

Get the Recipe:Garlicky Holy Guacamole!

Greek Guacamole

Ree&rsquos giving guacamole a Greek-inspired twist by adding in some of our favorite Mediterranean ingredients: roasted red peppers, kalamata olives, crumbled feta and fresh dill.

Get the Recipe:Greek Guacamole

The Best Guacamole

Simple ingredients in perfect proportion make a this dip a crowd-pleasing favorite for any event. We decided not to use tomato in ours (it makes the guac watery) and included both onion and garlic for extra zip. A healthy dose of fresh lime juice balances and brightens the flavors.

Get the Recipe:The Best Guacamole

Tomatillo Guacamole

Tomatillos have a nice, bright flavor that&rsquos perfect for perking up your run-of-the-mill guacamole. Just chop them up and throw them into the food processor along with your other ingredients and you&rsquoll have a one-of-a-kind dip in a matter of minutes.

Get the Recipe:Tomatillo Guacamole

Guacamole

Often times, you&rsquoll see small-diced jalapeno peppers in guacamole. Tyler opts for the smaller, spicier serrano chiles instead &mdash and he cuts them into big, bold rounds for an extra pop of flavor.

Charred Pineapple Guacamole

This guacamole has got it all: creamy avocado, spicy Fresno chile, herbaceous cilantro and smoky charred pineapple. It&rsquos a must-make whenever you&rsquore grilling.

Get the Recipe:Charred Pineapple Guacamole

Pear and Pistachio Guacamole

This recipe is perfect for autumn or winter when petite seckel pears are in season, although you can use any other variety of pear, too. The pistachios on top make this dip extra special and contrast nicely with the fruit.

Get the Recipe:Pear and Pistachio Guacamole

Ranch Guacamole

This fresh take on guacamole uses many of the classic ingredients in Ranch dressing (like sour cream, buttermilk and fresh chives) to take your favorite dip in a whole new direction.

Get the Recipe:Ranch Guacamole

Lightened-Up Guacamole

This lighter version of guacamole is extra-creamy because of the addition of protein-dense silken tofu. Not only does it make a super-smooth puree, it reduces the fat and calories in the overall recipe.

Get the Recipe:Lightened-Up Guacamole

Guacamole

Bobby keeps it simple with his homemade guacamole, using just a handful of simple ingredients. Diced jalapenos add a hint of spice, while lime juice and fresh cilantro keep things bright and flavorful.

Chorizo Guacamole

The ingredient list for this recipe is deceptively short &mdash because this guac packs some serious flavor. Charred poblano, onion and lime add smokiness and a mix of fresh chorizo and crushed chicharrónes provide undeniable savor. You won&rsquot believe you only used a handful of ingredients to make it!

Get the Recipe:Chorizo Guacamole

Grilled Guacamole

Giving your avocados and jalapenos a nice char before dicing will add tons of smoky flavor to your bowl of guac. Rachael uses an indoor grill pan but you could just as easily throw them on an outdoor grill.

Get the Recipe:Grilled Guacamole

Spicy Guacamole

The spiciness in this simple guacamole comes from jalapeno pepper. Bobby recommends 1 full pepper for 2 avocados, but you can add more (or less) to suit your taste.

Get the Recipe:Spicy Guacamole

Mango Guacamole

Diced mango makes the perfect addition to guacamole. It&rsquos natural sweetness is perfectly balanced by piquant onions, spicy jalapeno peppers and cool, creamy avocado.

Get the Recipe:Mango Guacamole

Strawberry and Mango Guacamole

Avocado is a fruit (it&rsquos actually a berry!) so it should come as no surprise that it pairs well with sweet mango and strawberry. Jeff takes advantage by including all three fruits in his simple guacamole (along with the traditional lime juice, cilantro and onion) for a sweet-and-savory spin on guacamole that you&rsquore guaranteed to make again and again.

Get the Recipe:Strawberry and Mango Guacamole

Simple Guacamole

Marcela takes a straightforward approach to guacamole, sticking to a handful of basic ingredients: avocado, fresh cilantro, chile pepper, lime juice, onion and salt.


Meat lovers! If using protein, add to flatbread during plating, cooking in a medium non-stick pan over medium-high heat with 1 tsp. olive oil, 1/4 tsp. salt, and a pinch of pepper. If using pulled pork, stir occasionally, breaking up meat, until warmed through, 1-2 minutes. If using ground beef, stir occasionally until no pink remains, 4-6 minutes. If using bacon, line a plate with a paper towel. Cook over medium heat, flipping occasionally, until crisp, 6-8 minutes. Transfer to towel-lined plate to remove excess oil.

    1

Prepare the Ingredients

Halve tomatoes. Coarsely chop cilantro (no need to stem). Halve lime lengthwise. Cut one half into wedges and juice the other half. Stem jalapeño, halve, seed, remove ribs, and mince. Wash hands and cutting board after working with jalapeño.

Prepare the Guacamole

In a mixing bowl, combine sour cream, guacamole, and a pinch of pepper. Refrigerate until plating.

Bake the Flatbreads

Place flatbreads directly on oven rack in hot oven and bake until lightly browned, 12-14 minutes. While flatbreads bake, make corn salsa.

Make the Corn Salsa

Place a large non-stick pan over medium-high heat and add 2 tsp. olive oil. Add corn to hot pan and cook undisturbed until lightly charred, 2-3 minutes. Then stir occasionally until corn is beginning to soften, 2-3 minutes. Add jalapeño (to taste) and stir occasionally until aromatic, 1-2 minutes. Add tomatoes and stir occasionally until beginning to soften, 1-2 minutes. Remove from burner. Stir in 2 tsp. lime juice and a pinch of salt and pepper.

Finish the Dish

Plate dish as pictured on front of card, topping flatbread with guacamole-sour cream mixture, corn salsa, and queso fresco (crumbling with your hands if needed). Drizzle dressing over flatbread and garnish with cilantro. Squeeze lime wedges over to taste. Bon appétit!

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Please let me know if you have any questions about this recipe. I read all the comments myself and I try to help as soon as I can. I have readers from all levels of comfort and experience in the kitchen on my site, and I&rsquove tried to answer some of your questions already in the post. But if I&rsquove missed anything, please feel free to leave a comment and ask.

Of course, this guacamole is made with Avocados From Mexico because they&rsquore worth it they&rsquore healthy, delicious, and always in season!

My Chipotle Corn Guacamole is made with TABASCO® Chipotle Sauce for a nice kick of flavor.

And, I love serving this guacamole with a delicious Lime-A-Rita for a fun party!

Versatile

Guacamole is so versatile. You can add all kinds of different flavors to your guacamole to mix it up.

I&rsquove added a little sweetness with the corn, and a bit of a smoky kick with the TABASCO® Chipotle Sauce for this game winning appetizer!

Simple ingredients

TABASCO® Sauce is made of simple ingredients, like chipotle peppers, vinegar, salt, sugar, and spices.

I love the smoky flavor of chipotle, so I was excited to learn that TABASCO® Brand has a TABASCO® Chipotle Sauce flavor. I definitely want to use it in everything!

TABASCO® Sauce adds a little spice and excitement to any and every meal. Add a bit to any dip or spread. Top your morning breakfast burritos with some TABASCO® Chipotle Sauce. Pasta dinner is exciting again with TABASCO® Sauce.

TABASCO® Chipotle Sauce adds a rich, smoky flavor to meals and game day grub!

Delicious

This guacamole is part of a delicious game day spread. Serve my guacamole with chips as well as some healthy and fresh veggies. Your guests are sure to love this winning dip.

Great party recipes

Here are some great recipes you&rsquoll want to make for game day, as well as any party!

Make sure you hop over and take a look at these delicious recipes from my friends, and how they feature Avocados From Mexico.

RITAS

Have you tried these RITAS? They &lsquo re fruity, fizzy delicious fun,and so easy &ndash no mixing required.

And they have other flavors as well! I can&rsquot wait to try the Coco-Nut-Rita ! You know I love the flavor of coconut!

Savor Winning Flavors

This is one delicious spread that will help you savor winning flavors.


In Your Box (serves 2)

  • 1 Roma Tomato
  • 1 Anjou Red Pear
  • 1 tsp. Chipotle Seasoning
  • 12 oz. Antibiotic-Free Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
  • 2 oz. Corn Kernels
  • 2 Romaine Hearts
  • 2 oz. Guacamole

Due to our just-in-time sourcing model, we may have to send you a substitute ingredient. Not to worry! We make sure every ingredient sent to you meets our high quality standards. We’ll keep you informed should a switch occur, so please check the ingredient labels in your meal bag.


This sandwich is definitely not limited to breakfast, but it still would be a fantastic way to start your morning. You have a runny yolk, melted cheese, and crisp bacon on crunchy sourdough bread, and the guac adds the perfect amount of freshness.

Abigail Wilkins

I love getting inspiration from grocery store frozen foods and trying to recreate the recipe on my own. These burgers are influenced by the one and only Trader Joe's, and they are delicious. The chicken patties are stacked with nummy ingredients like peppers, onions, cilantro, and garlic, and you can't beat topping it with some guacamole.


This Copycat Recipe For Chipotle Guacamole Might Be Better Than the Original (and It's Cheaper)

You can never go wrong with guacamole it's the perfect snack or topping to any kind of dish imaginable. Tacos, burgers, quesadillas, nachos, burrito bowls, sandwiches, salad — they all taste better with a dollop of guac! It adds a punch of flavor and overall freshness to anything in sight and even ranks pretty high in nutrition when compared to other snacks or add-ons. (Although, I do still love my queso.)

Between the creamy texture and fresh flavors, I've always considered Chipotle's guacamole top tier. And in an attempt to save a few extra bucks on the annoying (but necessary) up-charge and recent price increases, I re-created Chipotle's guac in my own kitchen. All you need are a few avocados, cilantro, jalapeño, onion, lime, salt and pepper, and, of course, tortilla chips.

To make the guac, just combine and mash all ingredients in a medium-size bowl, and you'll have a tasty dip in a matter of minutes. It's literally that easy. And you can use it for multiple meals, which makes the few bucks you spent on ingredients go a long way. Personally, I like to dig into my guac with blue-corn tortilla chips, but you do you! Check out the full copycat recipe below — your wallet and taste buds will thank you.


How to Make Chipotle Guacamole

You know what&rsquos so great about guacamole?

It&rsquos rich, delicious, and incredibly versatile (seriously this avocado dip goes with anything), and it&rsquos easy to make.

Everyone&rsquos shelled out those few extra bucks for a scoop of Chipotle guacamole on their burritos&mdasha testament to how appetizing their guac is. So when Chipotle revealed their super-secret guacamole recipe, the internet went wild. We all simultaneously discovered that not only is their guacamole fantastic and flavorful, it&rsquos also incredibly easy to make.

All it takes is six ingredients, five steps, and zero cooking time.

Yep no stoves or ovens involved. Just you, a bowl, some avocados, and a dash of seasoning.

And before you ask of course you can add more to the recipe. Once you master basic guacamole, you can then move on to experimenting with the flavor, texture, consistency, spiciness, etc.

But let&rsquos cover basic guac first.

  1. First things first: choose the best avocados. We&rsquoll cover how to do this in detail later on but, for now, just pick the ones that are a dark green color on the inside and are slightly firm when squeezed.
  2. Pit the avocado. Cut it in half and carefully remove the giant seed in the middle (using a spoon or fork).
  3. Scoop the avocado meat out and place it in a medium or large bowl (depending on how much guacamole you&rsquore planning to make).
  4. Drizzle two (2) teaspoons of lime juice and a dash (or ¼ teaspoon) of kosher salt over the avocado meat. You can refine this to taste.
  5. Use a potato masher or fork to mash the avocado and seasoning to a pulp&mdashor until it looks smooth and creamy.

You&rsquore then going to add some chopped cilantro, finely chopped red onions (maybe ¼ or ½ of a cup), and half a jalapeno, finely chopped as well. Fold this all in and mix well. Serve and enjoy.



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