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Chipotle Just Shared Their Famous Guacamole Recipe

Executive Chef Chad Brauze shared the super simple recipe in an Instagram video.

Chipotle is famous for only using fresh ingredients daily for their quick and delicious Mexican food. And anyone familiar with their food prep process will tell you that they slice up a ton of avocados each day for their freshly made guacamole, which is why it's so good.  But have you ever wondered how the super popular fast food restaurant makes their guac? Well, now you can find out.

Chipotle's Executive Chef Chad Brauze recently showed the tricks of his trade in a fun video posted to Chipotle's verified Instagram account, in which viewers learned how to make the chain's signature guacamole recipe.

Here is an easy step-by-step tutorial for you to follow!

Chipotle also shared the recipe for their guacamole on Twitter:

2 ripe Hass avocados
2 tsp lime juice
2 tbsp cilantro (chopped)
1/4 cup red onion (diced)
1/2 jalapeño including seeds (diced)
1/4 tsp kosher salt

What to do:
1. Cut avocados in half and remove pits carefully
2. Scoop the avocados into a bowl
3. Toss and coat with lime juice
4. Add the salt and mash until it's a smooth consistency
5. Fold in remaining ingredients and mix
6. Taste the guac & adjust seasoning if necessary

It's a remarkably easy recipe to follow, and, as is often the case with the best guacamole, it calls for fresh ingredients. For the full step-by-step, you can watch Chef Chad's video below:


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Chef Chad goes live from his kitchen to share our OG guac recipe + three ways to make guac even ~more~ extra at home.

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Since the restaurant industry has been hammered by the coronavirus-related shutdown, many national food chains are actively seeking ways to keep their brands relevant and companies afloat as many states either slowly re-open or get closer to reopening.  Recent reports suggest that only four national food chains posted a profit in the first quarter, which suggests many restaurants may not survive post-pandemic.

Sharing their original and beloved guacamole recipe may just be Chipotle's attempt to keep their online orders and reputation alive. And hey, we appreciate it—especially considering Cinco de Mayo is next week!

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