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Guacamole Food Pairings That You Never Expected (PHOTOS)

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There are plenty of standard meals made better by guacamole -- quesadillas, tostadas, and even plain chips. But for true lovers of this avocado spread, the need to eat guacamole goes far past these popular foods.

And it's no surprise that guacamole goes well with pretty much everything -- after all, avocado makes a great addition to almost any culinary endeavor. If you're not quite convinced yet, take a look at these 11 unusual guacamole pairings:

  • 1
    Black Bean Soup
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    Mix it in, and enjoy.
  • 2
    BLT
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    The best type of BLT is a BLTG.
  • 3
    Scrambled Eggs
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    Breakfast, made better by guac.
  • 4
    Baked Potato
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    Substitute guac in for sour cream (or, dare to dream and use both).
  • 5
    Salad
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    Because after all, a salad is like 'plant nachos.'
  • 6
    Cuban Sandwich
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    This idea is so revolutionary, there aren't even pictures of it yet.
  • 7
    Burger
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    Our favorite appetizer and our favorite meal, in one.
  • 8
    Shrimp
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    Yes, it even goes well with seafood.
  • 9
    Buffalo Wings
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    The ultimate football appetizer hybrid, dip these wings into guacamole instead of blue cheese (it has the same cooling effect).
  • 10
    Grilled Cheese
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    Just when you thought this sandwich couldn't get any better, guacamole came along.
  • 11
    Fresh Vegetables
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    We know, we love hummus too, but fresh veggies are even better when dipped in guac.

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