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Recipe: SoG Guacamole Beef

August 17th, 2009

SoG Guacamole Beef

Due to popular demand from the last post I figure I better put up a recipe.

This is a simple recipe that I have been absolutely hooked on lately. I love this stuff.
I forgot to take a picture of the final product (ate it too fast) so picture the 2 parts below mixed together lol!

Browned Beef

Browned Beef



- 2 pounds ground beef (or 1 pound ground beef and 1 pound stew meat like in my picture)
- 4 cloves garlic
- ½ onion (white, yellow or red… your preference)
- 2 avocados
- Sea Salt
- Crushed red pepper
- Black pepper
- Chopped tomato or your favorite salsa
- 2 tsp lemon juice
- (Optional) Peppers. Your choice… Green Chile, Green Bell, Red bell, Hungarian, Thai. You name it, I have made this with all and it is awesome.

1. Mince garlic and chop onion.
2. Season beef with 2 minced garlic cloves, salt, black pepper, crushed red pepper and optional peppers or chiles.
3. Brown beef
4. In a large bowl combine onion, remaining 2 garlic cloves, lemon juice, avocado and chopped tomato or salsa.
5. Mash avocado with a fork and stir guacamole.
6. Turn off heat to beef and stir guacamole into beef.
7. Ensure that everything is mixed together well and serve!
8. Makes serving size… “a lot”. (Scientific huh?)

Feel free to play around with this recipe and make it your own. I don’t think that I have ever made this exactly the same way twice!

23 Responses to “Recipe: SoG Guacamole Beef”

  1. Megan

    Thanks SoG! That looks delicious, I will try it sometime this week and report back to you. =)

  2. Mangerati


    I have published quite a few Guacamole Recipes, take a look when you get the chance…

  3. Marc Feel Good Eating


    Simplicity at it’s best! Good stuff!

    Hope all is well.


  4. Autumn

    i discovered the guac + meat combo a few weeks ago and was really hooked. I first realized it was a brilliant idea when I needed something like mayo to mix with my canned tuna. Helloooo avocado! From there I’ve been doing roast chicken and I’m thinking about trying it with hard boiled eggs next….mmm yummy!

  5. TrailGrrl

    Looks good! I’ve been a little overcarbed this week from field school being outside and getting crazy hungry afterwards.

    So… how about the enchilada recipe too????


  6. Roger De Rok

    Plus this recipe is only a few ingredients away from being taco salad!

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  9. Jill

    I made this last night and, while not the prettiest looking dish, it was awesome!

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  14. Nick Delgadillo

    I eat this almost every day! Amazing. Your recipes are great. Please keep em coming.

  15. Jules

    What do you serve it with??

  16. Nick Delgadillo

    I just eat it with a fork. A little trick is to use the Trader Joe’s Guacamole. I use 2 pounds of beef, a lot of peppers, onion, chiles, garlic and some other spices. I dump it all into the pan and mix it together as the meat browns. After it’s cooked I just dump the entire package of TJ’s guacamole (both trays) and I’m done. Absolutely delicious.

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  18. Patricia Stauffer

    I served up this for the main meal at the weekend. The whole family loved it, I’ll be serving it frequently now, it’s pleasing to discover innovative tips for tasty recipes and easy to understand methods to cook them. Appreciate your supplying them.

  19. Melanie König

    What a brilliant recipe, easy to follow instructions, easy to prepare and very sumptuous, the whole family loved it, thx a bunch.

  20. Roger De Rok

    Taryn did a variation of this:

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  23. Ctanner

    I gotta try this but I make my guac different. I use Avocado, 1\2 a red onion, Tomato, and lime juice instead of lemon. It’s hard to leave it alone long enuff for anyone else to have any….lol

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