This is a recipe that I hold close to my heart. I’ve been making guacamole since 2006, basically just perfecting this recipe. Concord makes the best seasoning packets I’ve ever tasted, so try to get that brand. I love the crunch of the white corn, the freshness of the cilantro, & the creaminess from the sour cream. This guacamole is truly delicious.
- 4 large, RIPE avocados
- 1 package of Concord guacamole seasoning
- 1 small lime
- 1 can of white corn
- 1 bunch of green onions
- 3/4 cup of sour cream
- a small bunch of cilantro
- fresh ground black pepper
- fresh ground sea salt
Mash 3* avocados up in a bowl. If they’re ripe, this should be easily done with a fork. Mix in the the guacamole seasoning completely. Cut the lime in half & squeeze out about 1 tablespoon of lime juice in to the bowl – if it’s a small lime, I use both halves because this also helps keep it from browning. Stir the lime juice into the guacamole, then add the sour cream & stir it in (makes the recipe bigger & the guacamole a lot more creamy). Add plenty of fresh ground sea salt & pepper.
Cut up the green onions & cilantro & fold into the guacamole.
Drain the can of white corn thoroughly then dump it in & stir it gently.
Try to let it chill for about an hour before serving.
Serve with Tostitos scoops.
*The extra avocado is incase you picked a bad one. If you picked all good ones, spread this one on toast with a little butter & salt for breakfast.