You guys, this guac is so darn tasty.
A mashup of green goddess dressing and guacamole, this rich, herb-flecked dip is completely and utterly addicting. Rumor has it that green goddess salad dressing originated in the 1920’s in San Francisco. The dressing is typically made with mayo, sour cream, anchovy, lemon and a flurry of finely chopped fresh herbs. Here, I’ve taken some of these flavors, and applied them to one of my favorite Mexican dips, guacamole. This recipe starts with cool jade cubes of ripe avocado. Finely chopped shallot, garlic, parsley, cilantro, chive and tarragon are then added with sour cream and anchovy paste. Lime juice and kosher salt bring everything to life. The entire mixture is mashed with a fork to keep the texture somewhat chunky. Each bite of this adventurous guacamole is packed with incredible herbaceous flavor. Continue reading for the recipe.