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By using fresh produce and chopping the ingredients into large pieces, this makes for a hearty dip. This Fresh, Chunky Guacamole appeals to carnivores, vegetarians and vegans alike, but if you have a gluten-free guest, make sure you purchase the appropriate chips for dipping.
Peel and remove the pits of the avocados. Slightly mash avocados in a large bowl with a fork. Note: Do not over mash, otherwise the guacamole will be silky, instead of chunky.
Add the juice of the lime and mix thoroughly. Add tomato, onion, and a handful of chopped cilantro and mix. Add 2 dashes of Tabasco, 1 dash of Worcestershire sauce, and salt to taste. Cover bowl with plastic wrap.
Refrigerate for 30 minutes to allow the flavors to meld. Serve with tortilla chips.
Make holiday entertaining special with this kicked-up version of a classic Brie en Croute.
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