But my efforts to keep guacamole green and fresh overnight have always failed — until now. I’ve discovered a simple, foolproof, and easy way to keep guacamole green and delicious — and no, it doesn’t involve avocado pits or extra lime juice.
Watch video · How to keep guacamole green Feb. 2, 2017 00:39 We were certain that there has to be a better way, so we tested out six methods to help you avoid the pitfalls of discolored guacamole.
First of all, if it is Guacamole, it is yankee, not Mexican. Secondly, every good Mexican knows that citric juice, NO CREAM, will keep it, without adding CRAP TO it.
Chile Cilantro Guacamole includes roasted green chile and bright, fresh cilantro for a fresh twist on this party favorite Of course, the covering-the-surface trick works on any guacamole you happen to make or have (it works on leftover store-bought guacamole too!).
How to keep your guacamole fresh and green There’s an easy way to keep guacamole fresh and green—without using the pit, adding too much salt, covering it with water, milk or any of the other “tricks” you might find with a quick Google search.
Check out my best tips of the guac trade, including how to keep guacamole green for the entire duration of a party. That’s right, there’s a way to keep your guacamole looking fresh and green