Here’s the recipe for chunky, slightly sweet guacamole made from mangoes and avocados.
This guacamole recipe was developed by Chef George Duran for IMUSA, the folks who sell traditional Mexican molcajetes (mortar and pestle) for making guacamole, grinding corn and spices, and more.
This guacamole is slightly sweet with a nice chunky texture. It’s definitely a treat your guests will love.
Using a traditional molcajete to make guacamole is fast and easy. Read our review of IMUSA’s molcajete. IMUSA.com
For the best results and freshest flavor, use avocados that are ripe, but not overly ripe. Also, use freshly squeezed lime juice, not concentrate.
Recipe adapted from George Duran
3 ripened avocados, cubed
1 ripened mango, peeled and diced
¼ cup lime juice
½ cup cilantro, finely chopped
½ cup white onion, finely chopped
½ teaspoon salt (or to taste)
Using a molcajete, place half of the diced mango and mash it with the pestle into a pulp. Then add one avocado into the pulp with the mango and mash.
In a separate bowl, mix remaining ingredients, including mango. Add additional lime juice if needed.
Fold mixture with pulp inside molcajete and serve with tortilla chips.