Thai cuisine is known for its distinct flavor profile that combines four essential tastes: sweet, salty, sour, and spicy. Southeast Asian cuisine is a chef favorite in the fusion food space, which blends two or more regions’ distinct cooking methods and local ingredients to create a singular dish.
Try your own hand at fusion food with these four Thai-inspired guacamoles. Mexico meets Thailand among smooth, creamy Avocados From Mexico and strong hints of curry and sweet chili.
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Green curry paste, shredded coconut, and dried currants give this guacamole a delightfully sweet taste. Lime, cilantro, and pickled onions deepen the dip’s flavor. Keep the green theme going — while letting the complex essence shine through — by serving this delicacy with sliced green bell pepper.
Garam masala takes this guacamole to the next level. Expect a warm and flavorful dip with subdued spice. Want a spicier take? Kick up the heat by adding more sriracha and red pepper flakes. Slather this guacamole on your favorite cracker or add a dollop to your favorite Thai noodle dish.
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This guacamole is more than a dip — it’s a highlight of beloved Thai flavors. Fresno and Thai chiles give the guacamole a complex heat. Enoki mushrooms, carrots, and radicchio tossed in sweet soy sauce and rice-wine vinegar create a hearty, flavorful slaw. Serve this guacamole as a beloved side dish.
Sweet, savory, tangy, and spicy — this green goodness has it all! Coconut cream and avocado combine to create a cool, creamy base. Lime juice, scallions, and cilantro give this concoction a traditional taste of Thailand, and sweet chili sauce offers a craveable finishing touch. This dip is the perfect companion to crispy, flaky coconut shrimp.
Our avocado recipes page is a passport to creativity — and creamy, delicious guacamole variations.