Mango boasts a sweet, tangy taste, while avocado packs a mild, buttery flavor. Both fruits are unlike anything else — so why fold both into a sweet and creamy mango guacamole?
Avocado’s smooth, velvety composition is perfect for a tango with mango’s juicy texture.Plus, the vibrant color palette of these guacs is a spectacle in itself.
Related: If you’re looking for other ways to bring fresh fruit and avocados together, try our Fruit Salad with Avocado Coconut Lime Dressing.
The next time you have a ripe avocado on hand, think beyond the usual and mix it up with one of these mango guacamole recipes.
Shrimp, coconut, and grilled corn kernels are the attention-grabbing ingredients, but juicy chunks of mango enhance this guacamole to a whole new level.
Serving Suggestion: Dense and flavorful, this guac can double as a flatbread topping. But no judgement if you eat it straight from the bowl!
Smooth, buttery avocado blends mango’s sweetness with tomatillo’s tart, slightly acidic essence. Crumbled queso fresco enhances the cool, creamy texture.
Serving Suggestion: Add a scoop (or two) to your favorite salad.
This simple mango guacamole recipe features finely chopped tomato, onion, and serrano chile. Cilantro and mint add a cool complexity to the overall taste. Looking for less heat? Scoop out the chile seeds.
Serving Suggestion: Pair with pita chips for a quick appetizer or use with sweet potato fries.
Add some sweet heat to your table with this dip. Mango is a delightful surprise nestled among the cool, smooth texture of guacamole and queso fresco. If the serrano chile isn’t enough, turn up the heat by adding more Tajin.
Serving Suggestion: A small dollop goes a long way on top of blackened mahi mahi tacos.
Look for more ways to dress up your favorite green dip on our guacamole recipes page.