Avocado Cuacamole: A delicious sauce we know the best way to prepare

Avocado Cuacamole is an absolutely delicious sauce, spread and dip. The basis of the recipe is always ripe avocado, onion, pepper, lime juice and fresh coriander. But you can add some flavor to make your morning breakfast, burger or potato sauce special.

You will need:

  • 3 ripe avocados
  • 1 pepper (jalapeno or Serrano)
  • Half a cup of red onions, finely chopped
  • 1-2 tbsp lime juice
  • Third cup chopped fresh coriander
  • half a teaspoon salt
  • A knob of ground Roman Cumin
  • 1 finely chopped tomato



  • Cut the avocado, remove the stone and hollow the pulp into a bowl
  • Mix with a whisk to the desired consistency with a fork (some prefer a soft paste, others prefer a piece)
  • Stir in the chilli, onion, lime juice, chopped coriander, salt and Roman cumin.
  • Mix well.
  • Finally, add the finely chopped tomatoes
  • Season to taste and add salt, lime juice or chilli as needed
  • Bonaparte

Tip:quacamole can last up to a week in a refrigerator in an airtight container. Before closing, smooth the mixture and cover with food foil. Squeeze as much as possible to avoid air bubbles. Then close the entire container with a lid. This trick will prevent the avocado from becoming charred.


What to add to the basic quacamole?

There is no limit to imagination. Try different combinations and find your top. As a small inspiration, we bring the following list.

Fruit– Cut into small pieces of fruit. The most suitable are mango, pineapple or apple. Avocado goes well with pomegranate. 

Nuts– Add to the sauce for a crispy feeling. Fry almonds, pumpkin seeds and cashew nuts.

Cheese– You like cheese. Do not be afraid to add them. Not only goat cheese, feta cheese, but also the classic Czech niva is good. 

Yogurt– Yogurt or cream will soften the sauce and give it a creamy taste.

Sausage– Nothing for vegetarians, but cut the chorizo sausage or fried bacon into small cubes.