If you love East Coast cuisine and guacamole, you’re in luck: There’s nothing quite like the combination of Avocados From Mexico and East Coast classics when whipping up your favorite dip.
These four East Coast guacamole recipes feature a taste of the culinary delicacies that make New England so exceptional — from cream cheese to copious amounts of seafood.
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Mix up a delicious love letter to a quintessential New York City necessity: the everything bagel. Cream cheese harmoniously blends with avocado to create a rich, velvety base for smoked salmon, poppy seeds, and garlic. Slather this across a piece of toasted rye or a classic New York bagel.
Crab meat is the star of this simple yet delicious adaptation. With a mild taste and buttery texture, mashed avocado creates a balanced base, highlighting hints of Worcestershire sauce and Dijon mustard. For a decorative look, dollop this guac on a tray of water crackers.
Pro tip: Can’t wait to mix up one of these delicious guacs? Speed up the ripening process by putting your avocado in a brown paper bag alongside a banana overnight.
Start spreading the news: This guacamole features chunks of cream cheese, diced nova smoked salmon, and diced English cucumber that create a unique consistency and layered taste. Serve this dense and delicious dip with freshly baked crostini.
Sure, this one’s pretty straightforward, but it also shines as part of a main dish and as a crafty condiment. Pair this classic comfort with your favorite East Coast dish, from Philly cheesesteaks to Wawa hoagies. It’s also perfect for dipping your favorite slice of New York-style pizza into!
If you enjoyed these East Coast guacamole recipes, check out our avocado recipes page for other regional takes on everyone’s favorite dip.