Steak Tacos with Salsa & Feta Guacamole

Have you ever had feta guacamole?

I had not.

I’m aware it’s not strictly Mexican but I had avocados, I had feta and things just happened.

Honestly, I was minding my own business in the kitchen when this punk-ass avocado swaggers across the counter, gets all up on the feta, and in his rich, Spanish accent says “eyyy… chica! You an’ me? You and me togetherrr would be a beauuutiful ting. Whadduya say, eh?”

The feta just got all giggly and tongue tied. THREW her wrapper to the floor in one swift movement and the next thing I knew there was this unbelievable concoction in front of me, my hands were covered in it and I just kept scooping more into my mouth…

Yea. Things got pretty weird.

Anyway, I figured it would go swimmingly with some spicy steak tacos, so I made some!

Spicy, smokey steak, rich, salty guac… Add a little salsa and some sour cream and you have yourself a Mexigreek FEAST, my friend.

You want to start by marinading your steaks. Ideally overnight but if you can’t then even an hour would do wonders.

Mix the juice of two limes, 1tsp of smoked paprika, 1tsp chilli powder, pinch of salt and a scattering of dried chillies (I used jalapeños and chipotles). Pour over your steaks, flip them around a little and leave to mingle.

Once it’s marinaded you can get started on the guac.

Crush up 2 avocados, crumble a fist sized amount of feta over the top, add a big pinch of chopped coriander (cilantro) and the juice of 1 lime.

Mix it all together and pop into a bowl.

For your salsa grab 2 spring onions and chop ’em up.

Quarter a couple of handfuls of cherry toms and a good pinch of chopped coriander/cilantro.

If you’re a spice demon them add a chopped fresh chilli in there too.

Put into a bowl with a splash of white wine vinegar (it’ll take some of the heat out of the onions) and a good pinch of flaked salt.

Get a griddle pan really nice and hot. Throw your steaks on!

Cook on each side for a couple of minutes.

Heat some tortilla wraps while you’re waiting.

When the steaks are cooked just the way you like, pop them onto a wooden chopping board to rest for a few moments.

Lay the table, slice your steaks into manageable strips and serve!

Build the taco of your dreams any way you see fit.

Wrap and demolish.

Thank goodness for the combination that shall now be known as Fetamolé!

I bet it would be good on toast, too…

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  • Sounds delicious! What a great idea! I’ll certainly be giving that a try!…xv

    • Rosie

      It really is the best combo! I got so hungry blogging about it that I had to make myself another bowl to eat as I typed!

      • TheGivingBride

        Not shocking-I’m starving reading this and I JUST ate lunch!

  • Daisy

    You always present things so beautifully! And have amazing tablecloths..
    I’m loving all these recipes this year, I keep running out of ideas. Thank you!

    • Rosie

      Happy to hear! Thanks Daisy x

  • Rosie this looks awesome! Fetamole is totally on my list of this weeks to try. I have all these things in my fridge, I feel a feast coming on. Thanks! L x

  • I never would have thought of combining feta and avocado, but that looks delicious!! Beautiful table setting by the way πŸ™‚

    • Rosie

      Match made in heaven Camille! x

  • riasideas

    OMG I don’t know what I want more; the blue and white table with the fish dishes or the Fetamole!? Both are beautiful, just beautiful!

    M xx
    P.s where are the fish dishes from?

    • Rosie

      I have a serious blue & white fetish going on! x

      • riasideas

        Me too!! These are my kitchen shelves…

  • Abbie Winton

    Tacos are my favourite yummmm!

  • Woah this looks incredible! I love how you have so many delicious summery recipes on your blog! I really need to get round to trying more of them as so far they’ve all been winners. By the way, where is this table cloth from? It’s beautiful! xxx
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  • I don’t know how I didn’t think of this….avocado and feta are my 2 fav things! When can I come over for dinner!? I love your table, it must feel like you are on holiday every time you use it! I’ll be making this on Saturday, you are a star! Little London Girl x

  • Lize

    Those dishes and tablecloth make a serious magic eye thing.. for a second I thought you just arranged everything directly on the table haha who needs plates!
    looks super nice however πŸ™‚

    • Rosie

      Ahh I used to love those magic eye books!
      I can see what you mean though, I might have gone a liiittlle overboard with the blue!

  • Sandra

    That looks sooo delicious! I must give it a try πŸ˜€ Also where are those fish bowls from? I love them! xx

    • Rosie

      They were a birthday pressie! x

  • Tamsin Wong

    This is actually fantastic….I feel fetamole will be a future go to for everything…..

  • These sound so delicious! Definitely giving them a try this week

    Xx Milly

    • Rosie

      Good plan! Let me know how you get on x

  • Katie Brigstock

    This looks AMAZING! such great photos as well. I happen to have all these ingredients in my fridge so that’s definitely what I’ll be having for lunch!

    Katie x

    • Rosie


  • mmm avocado and feta are two of my favourite things!
    love the presentation!

    Mollie xoxo

  • Nati

    I love this kitchen!! It’s all about blue and white <3

  • Deeeeelish! I used to throw feta on everything and guacamole on everything, so obvs enjoyed the combination more than it was healthy to do so πŸ˜‰

  • Danielle Breen

    Very random question, I moved to the UK in June from NY, have found the consistency of the sour cream I’ve found so far to be a bit on the liquidy side (as compared to what we have in the shops in the US) however it looks a bit more like what I’m used to in the photos above, do you mind providing the brand?

    • Rosie

      This is from Waitrose! x

      • Danielle Breen

        Thanks so much!!!

  • Bonnie Hatcher

    You must try Roquamole! It’s roquefort mixed with a ripe av, a couple of spring onions, sour cream and a pinch of salt. OH. EM. GEE, I could eat an entiiiiire bowl in one sitting.

    Bonnie x

    • Rosie

      Sounds like some seriously strong flavours! Will give it a go, thanks Bonnie! x

      • Bonnie Hatcher

        Yeah it’s pretty strong. Not gonna lie, you will need a little lie down if you do manage an entire bowl full. But if you share with friends it’s just the ticket. Serve with a mix of black-bean AND normal corn tortilla crisps for a little visual je ne sais quoi….

  • Fetamole – the fabness of the name alone means I just have to try making this!!!

    Hugs xoxo

  • good lord this looks amazing ! if i were still eating meat or if one day i’m craving, this is top of my list wowza !
    Lauren x

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  • YUM – this is also such a great dinner party dish too as looks really impressive but seems super easy to make! Will definitely be trying out – loving the recipes this year Rosie πŸ™‚

  • Wee Wanders

    You had me at feta…my word this looks delicious! I will definitely be giving this one a go…mmm…..

  • Dawn Edge

    I highly suggest avocado and gorgonzola cheese smashed together. Love! Even better with a bit of bacon mixed in.

  • Ooooh looks so delicious! I absolutely love feta and avocado so the combination sounds awesome! I like the tomato salsa you have on the side too!

  • Lauren Potts

    This looks incredible!!! Going to have to try this myself πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing this recipe! xo

  • This looks incredible. These pictures are getting a bit too tempting!

  • WOW!

    Just WOW….

  • Scrumptious! Love feta and avocado together, also love tacos. This will go down a treat on Sunday! Putting my steaks on the BBQ instead of the griddle pan tho.

  • Abby

    Great… now Im even stah-ving and craving steak…

  • hahaha Fetamole! good one πŸ™‚ i need to try this soon -i’ve drooled all over my desk!

  • Yummm this sounds so delicious! I have to make it as soon as possible!

  • Looks good! Although I’m not a big feta fan and pretty much always replace it with mozzarella because mozzarella = heaven.

  • MissEmmySue

    Feta IN guacamole…that sounds heavenly. I’m definitely adding this to my “must make asap” list. And (of course) your presentation is beautiful.
    Thank you, Rosie!

  • Lesley

    Such an awesome idea! Definitely going to give these a go! x

  • Can you just cook me all of my meals from now on? Please? I will walk Custard to cover costs…


    Water Painted Dreams xxx

  • Alia Hansen

    Looks really yummy!

  • Hannah

    I actually had to stop and reread your opening question just in case I had misread it or was dreaming before I could allow myself to get excited over it. Feta and guac are both some of my favorite foods ever. This looks so amazing. You’re such a creative cook.

  • chantelle

    This is so getting saved on my recipe board. NOM NOM NOM!

  • This looks dreammmmmyyyyyyyyyyyy.

  • Ella

    Hi Rosie! How are you?
    I’ve been reading your blog for a very long time now and thought it would be great to leave my first comment ever on here:)! I am absolutely in love with your blog pictures. They are of a very good quality and look so glam and professional:). Loved the recipe!
    Sending you lots of love!

  • Salivating!

  • Talisa Lauren Tossell
  • Michelle

    That looks flipping delicious – can’t wait to try fetamole! x

  • Erin

    Umm, YES! Yes to all of this! I would not have thought to put feta in my guacamole, and I’m a guacamole connoisseur. But as soon as I read the title of your post I knew it would be amazing together. Everything looks amazing!



  • This looks delicious, you always have some great recipe ideas πŸ™‚ yummy, yummy, yummy. xx

  • Amanda Christiansen

    Yum! You post the best recipes!

  • I love love love avo and fetta! Smashed avocado on toast with feta, mint and a tiny bit of chilli is amazing! Also loving your beautiful blue and white table cloth!

    Charlie x

  • Ali Zacharakis

    These look so delicious, definitely making these tonight! Love your recipes πŸ™‚

  • Your food posts are incredible! I adore avocado and feta on toast, but have never thought to use it in tacos.


  • I’ll tell you what, those avocados do have a way with the cheeses – they don’t stand a chance of not melting at the slight attention of the “punk-ass” avos. I’m a cheddar and avocado sandwich kind of gal but this concoction looks lovely too! πŸ™‚

  • Lauren

    Making these tomorrow night!!! Cannot wait….Am forced to make fajitas and burritos, for my Mexican-food-loving boyfriend at least once a week – so we are hoping this will be another treasure to add to my limited repertoire!! xxxxx

    ps, You are really getting me through the last few months of my degree – I’m a London girl who has been in Leeds for the past 7 years studying and I can’t tell you how grateful I am for all your tips and reviews of places – I have a growing list in my Docs that reads ‘List of Restaurants and Places recommended by Rosie the Londoner’…..and I plan all visiting every one as soon as I am back down South! THANK YOU!

  • im going to bookmark this recipe and try it this weekend, my bf and I love a good ole gaucamole & the feta seems like the cherry on top!

    Hanh x | hanhabelle

  • msmelaniemarie

    I just ate, but now I’m actually hungry again.

  • Stacey

    I wonder how guac would taste with goat’s cheese? Love the table layout…methinks it’s time to take us on a tour of your new place??

  • Sarah

    Avo and feta on toast is all the rage in Australia at the moment!! It’s in every cafe. I’m not complaining though, it’s amazing – I make it regularly to put on toast for lunch! It looks delish on those tacos as well, may have to make some.

  • Iram Sharif

    I made these tacos yesterday, my husband and I loved them! He wants another batch today! Thanks Rosie, keep these recipes coming!

  • This looks so amazingly delicious! πŸ™‚

    Maggie A

  • tina stamatakis

    This looks lovely! Reminds me of something i used to eat alot… a grilled burger on pita bread with avocado, feta and a side of tsatsiki. i called it my cali-greek burger!

  • Steve Harrison

    New fan. Loving the recipes I’ve tried so far! But I felt like 3 limes was too much for this dish (the plate of food, not me).

  • Tina Pichler

    Hi! I’m gonna cook this recipe today. I’ve got a question – what is this white sauce? Are there any special ingredients in it? πŸ™‚
    Greetings and thx for this recipe,