I’ve been selfishly holding this guacamole recipe to myself ever since my trip to Puerto Rico
for my birthday.
After serving it several times and having people demand the recipe, I’ve decided to share it with everyone! (It actually just never occurred to me to share the recipe…I was too focused on figuring out how many chips I could eat before I explode!)
We found this recipe at a restaurant next to my cousins adorable little surf shack in Puerto Rico
at a restaurant called Tulum
. She was working at the resort down the beach one night and recommended we stop in while we waited and order the guacamole and their specialty margaritas. It was served with an ocean view and some incredible surfers catching the last few sunset waves. (Is it time to go back to Puerto Rico, yet??)
We immediately – and with some slightly broken Spanish – begged them to tell us the recipe so we could make this at home and keep reliving our trip. It’s incredibly simple but it makes such a difference you won’t want to eat regular Guacamole anymore!
- Fresh Avocado (4-5, depending on how much you’re trying to make! I always think more is better…)
- Feta Cheese (1/4 – 1/2 cup should be fine, but adjust as needed!)
- 1 Medium Red Onion, Diced
- 2 Small-Medium Lime (toss avocado in lime juice to keep it fresh and green)
- 1 Medium Roma Tomato, diced
- Salt to taste
Combine together in a medium mixing bowl, season with salt as desired and serve. If you plan on keeping it in the fridge for a little prior to serving, add a little extra lemon or lime juice and cover it to preserve better.
Naturally, now I’m starving after writing this post – so I’m going to go whip up a batch of this and enjoy it on the back patio with a margarita. Enjoy!