Make a guacamole dip by finely chopping a combination of red onion, jalapeño pepper, garlic, lime juice and salt, then blending in avocado and serving the mixture with a scattering of cilantro leaves. The use of a food processor makes this a quick and simple method of making guacamole.
Another easy recipe for guacamole dip curtails the process of chopping vegetables by utilizing convenient processed ingredients. Use a fork to mash the avocado, then mix in lemon juice, salsa, garlic powder and salt. Add cayenne pepper, chili powder or taco sauce for extra flavor.
To make guacamole dip manually from scratch, toss avocado together with lime juice in a bowl. Season with ground cumin, cayenne pepper and salt, then mash the mixture. Stir in diced tomatoes, diced onions, minced jalapeño pepper, minced garlic and chopped cilantro. Let the guacamole stand for one hour to allow the flavors to mingle before serving.
Another version of guacamole dip involves mashing avocado with lime juice in a bowl, then mixing in fresh corn kernels, diced tomatoes and chopped green onions. Finely chop a chipotle chile from a can, then incorporate it with sour cream. Combine the chipotle cream with the avocado mixture and add salt to taste.