Awesome Avocado: Use as a spread, or eaten as a cold salad can really add a stream of fresh, zesty or ethnic flavor to your favorite turkey, chicken or ham sandwich! Enjoy eating sliced avocados, as a complete side salad. There are many abbreviated ways to make to sliced avocado, that does not take as much chopping, seeding or peeling and may be entertained for a quick avocado flavoring. You may add a spice combination of ground cumin, salt, pepper and chopped cilantro and of course, you can’t forget 1/2 a squeezed lemon or lime, extra virgin olive oil and vinegar, of your choice. Usually, I blend all of the above ingredients together in a small bowl and place, on the table, so that guests can add as much, or as little, according to taste. Remarkably, I find that avocados are a very versatile food, they can either be served chilled, or cut on-the-spot and eaten just as soon as you have peeled and added the spice and vinegar-oil combination above.
Enjoy and entertain cooking and seasoning your sandwiches, salads or side dishes with as many vegetable and spice combinations as you can create by blending a few different vegetable together.
Eating dishes blended with various colors has always been a way to keep me excited in meal preparation. Green avocados accompanied with chunks of red, ripe tomatoes and yellow chili peppers along with spices make for a tasty, colorful salad!
Mix your liquids and spices in a small bowl and set aside. Roast your peppers; chop your cilantro and parsley blend; peel and chop tomatoes.
Lastly, peel your avocado and set aside. Blend your liquid/spice mixture and lightly blend with your avocado, chili, cilantro, and tomato mixture, enjoy with warm, thinly, sliced bread or taco chips!
2-3 medium-sized ripe avocados—
3 roasted, peeled, chopped and seeded yellow chili pepper, if yellow is unavailable, use green, or even large, long, red chili peppers.
1/2 cup chopped parsley, and cilantro
1 large peeled and seeded ripe,red tomato
1 large lemon, juice only, squeeze your lemon in a lemon press, or face lemon toward your palm
drizzling the juice down the sides of your lemon and into your dish.
1/4 cup olive oil
2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
salt and pepper to taste
1 tablespoon smoky cumin
1 tablespoon paprika
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 tablespoon of freshly squeezed lemon or lime juice.
Avocado contains vitamins E and B-6, other healthy skin vitamins and can lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Enjoy and entertain cooking and seasoning your sandwiches, salads or side dishes with as many vegetable and spice combinations as you can create by blending a few different vegetables together.