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roquamole recipeI love Nigella Lawson.  I love everything about her.  She is funny, smart, fun to watch.  And most importantly, the girl likes to eat as much as I do.  I saw her make this recipe on one of her shows and I have to be honest, I really was not sure how I would feel about a blue cheese guacamole.  The only thing that I have to say about it now is, why on Earth did I wait so long to try it?  It is divine.  I love guacamole and I love blue cheese so I really don’t understand why I would think that I wouldn’t like it.  I made it for Clay’s birthday party and everyone would dip their chip in it and say, “what is that?”  Not in a “gross, what did I just put in my mouth” kind of way, but in a “that is heavenly” kind of way.  Another wonderful thing about this is that it takes all of about 5 minutes to make.  The only downside that I can find about it is that you need to eat it as soon as you make it.  There is no citrus in it to help keep the avocados from oxidizing so it turns brown quickly.  Not that it is going to last very long anyway.

I rediscovered this recipe on the new Nigella Quick Collection app for my iphone.  It is super fun and has some great recipes.

blue cheese guacamole recipe1 cup blue cheese crumbled
1/4 cup sour cream
2 ripe avocados
1/4 cup sliced pickled jalapenos
2 spring onions sliced
chips for serving

guacamole recipeFork together the sour cream and blue cheese.

guacamole recipeAdd in the ripe avocados and mash together.  My weapon of choice is a potato masher.  Mash until fairly smooth.

blue cheese guacamole recipeAdd in the green onions and jalapenos.  Give it a stir.  Check to make sure that it is seasoned properly.  It may need a little salt. This is also an excuse to take a bite before anyone else.  I will not tell, I promise.  Pour into a bowl or eat it out of the one you made it in.

guacamole recipesAdd some green onions for garnish and set out some chips.  You are ready for a party.

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25 Responses to Roquamole

  1. I have to have some of this…I am going to make it on Sunday! I CAN FIND THE TIME…. I think I can, I think I can…..I WILL!

  2. Carrie says:

    What an interesting dip! I love those ingredients too, but I wouldn’t have thought to combine them. I’ve got to try it. And I love the name!

  3. Morgan says:

    This looks delicious- I love having another dip recipe in the arsenal! The blog looks fantastic Bree!

  4. Deanna says:

    Blue cheese and avocado are two of my very favorite foods, especially together. I am making this tonight.

  5. jessica g says:

    um, we have been known to simply pour blue cheese dressing on an avocado half and eat it with a fork. I can see how this would be so good (and probably a bit more refined than our version)!

  6. KJBQ says:

    Oh my gosh!!! Thank you for posting these pictures. I am in a cooking rutt…..and now have some ideas and I am going to have to try and make those pancakes dairy free….this weekend…I am excited to cook tomorrow thank you!!!1 Best website ever

  7. Sil says:

    Made this last night, it is Divine! I ate it up with sweet chili rice chips and the combination was heaven in my mouth!

  8. jen says:

    My favorite go to dip….always a hit!!!!

  9. Ben says:

    Cool, I never get tired of guacamole. And nice pictures, mine never turn out that way, so..hm.. edible.

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  12. Linda says:

    I simply squeezed fresh lemon juice (not enough to alter taste) over the avocado b4 mashing and they did not brown at all and served it to a group of 30 women who loved it. Thx Bree. Our site and recipes are fun to follow and inspiring!!

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  14. Amy says:

    OMG! Who needs a party? This was delicious! I cut your recipe in half and made it last night. I then proceeded to eat the entire thing for dinner. I never would’ve thought to combine 2 of my favorite things- blue cheese and avocado, but wow! YUM! This is one I’ll eat over and over again. Thanks for sharing. I loved it!

    • bakedbree says:

      Me neither! But they are amazing together, glad that you liked it so much.

      • Amy says:

        I just have to tell you I’ve eaten this as a meal at least 5 times since I made it the first time and left the comment above. I might have a problem… :-) I’m getting ready to run to the store and buy some scallions so that I can have it for supper. Thanks again!

        • bakedbree says:

          You really do like it! It is so good. I haven’t made it in awhile, I should make it this weekend.

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