I like my guacamole extremely chunky. If you prefer it that way too, here’s how to do it. Score a ¼ or ½ inch grid into each half of the avocado flesh with a sharp knife, cutting first lengthwise and then across. The tip of the knife should cut through the flesh without piercing the skin. With a dessert spoon, scoop the flesh out into a bowl starting from the edges – it will come out in cubes. Toss the avocado cubes with all the other ingredients taking care not to break them up, and you’ll have a chunky Guacamole.
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