15 responses

  1. Nelly Rodriguez
    May 13, 2011

    Ok, I LOVE Yucca. Love it, grew up on it and just…love it. Did I say that already? Well, you get the idea. These chips look soo yummy with that avocado and honestly, there might not be a better pairing than yucca and guacamole!

  2. Nelly Rodriguez
    May 13, 2011

    Oh and I like you on FB. Duh 😉

  3. Nelly Rodriguez
    May 13, 2011

    oh and I tweeted. and now I’m craving.

  4. Alena Mack
    May 13, 2011

    Okay, these chips look awesome! As does that XXX Guac! I always always hated avocado, until I was forced to eat it every day for about a month about a year ago, and now I crave it! Weird! Would love to be able to snack on these chips all the time! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Alena Mack
    May 13, 2011

    I am already a fan on facebook!

  6. David, the Gross one
    May 14, 2011

    Hey there– I think what the recipe meant by 10 to 14 jalapeno slices: It can’t mean fresh jalapeno slices (your mouth would be burning and the guacamole might be emitting a green radiation glow). I think it means the preserved/pickled jalapeno slices that are sometimes used on top of cheese nachos that you get a ball parks. You can find them at supermarkets in 12 oz and larger bottles (check by the pickles). I personally would cut out the seeds and inner membranes of the slices (sources of most of the heat) before I used them in the guacamole.
    Tarragon vinegar can be found at most supermarkets in 375 ml bottles. I don’t know what one would use it for other than this recipe.
    I tried the guacamole–it was great! Next five avocados instead of one.
    David, the Gross one

    • The Spicy RD
      May 15, 2011

      Yes! I’m guessing 10-14 jalapeno slices is more like it…The one fresh chopped jalapeno worked out nicely though.

  7. Kristen (swanky dietitian)
    May 15, 2011

    This chips sound delicious. I always love finding new dippers!
    My dad made me try lobster as a child and I threw up that night. I won’t eat it now. I did recently try it (on the cruise actually) but I had that memory in my head the whole time.

  8. thehealthyapron
    May 16, 2011

    Wow this recipe looks amazing! I can’t wiat to try it as I LOVE guac! I would love to win this contest because DUH I need something to dip in my guacamole! YUM!

  9. The Spicy RD
    May 16, 2011

    Congratulations Alina!!! You are the winner of the CrispRoot giveaway! Thanks everyone for your comments. I hope you’ll all try the CrispRoot chips and make the guacamole :-)

  10. Maria @ Scandifoodie
    May 17, 2011

    I’ll have to give this guacamole recipe a go!

  11. Lisa @ Healthful Sense
    May 17, 2011

    Ooops… I’m too late for the contest :( but those chips with the guacamole look awesome!
    Liked you on Facebook!!

  12. The Gross One
    August 13, 2013

    EA–
    NOT “jalapeno peppers” but rather 5-7 or more slices of preserved jalapeños in vinegar that can be found in the pickle section of the supermarket. Cut out the seeds and membranes because they can add to the heat without adding much flavor.
    I hope no one tried the recipe with 5-7 whole, fresh jalapeno peppers!
    The Gross One

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