Recipe: Avocado Dip

August 10, 2013 |  by  |  Eats, Recipes

Avocado Dip: 3ten.ca

So, you can see from my post yesterday that I got a new juicer – fresh squeezed lime juice! Thus, it’s time to make avocado dip!

This dip is easy, delicious and well, fresh.

Ingredients

  • 1.5 limes
  • 4-5 avocados
  • 1 tablespoon of chile powder
  • dash of sriracha
  • salt

Avocado Dip: 3ten.caAvocado Dip: 3ten.ca

First – juice the limes. You might not use all of it – in this recipe it’s important to taste as you make it.

Avocado Dip: 3ten.caAvocado Dip: 3ten.ca

Peel and pit the avocados and place them in a food processor – I used my vitamix and it worked well. Run until chunky-smooth. Add about 30% of the lime juice.

Mix and taste.

Add more lime juice.

Mix and taste.

Stop when you have reached an avocado-lime ratio that suits your pallet.

Avocado Dip: 3ten.caAvocado Dip: 3ten.ca

Mix in the chile powder, salt and a dash of sriracha for some added heat.

Avocado Dip: 3ten.caAvocado Dip: 3ten.ca

Spoon out into your favourite dish and dip away. Use carrots, celery, chips, crackers – anything to eat this up.

Avocado Dip: 3ten.ca

The best part – it stays green for a day or two because of the lime juice!

Eat up and enjoy life.

Recipe

Recipe: Avocado Dip
 
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Serves: 2 cups
Ingredients
  • 1.5 limes
  • 4-5 avocados
  • 1 tablespoon of chile powder
  • dash of sriracha
  • salt
Instructions
  1. First - juice the limes. You might not use all of it - in this recipe it's important to taste as you make it.
  2. Peel and pit the avocados and place them in a food processor - I used my vitamix and it worked well. Run until chunky-smooth. Add about 30% of the lime juice.
  3. Mix and taste.
  4. Add more lime juice.
  5. Mix and taste.
  6. Stop when you have reached an avocado-lime ratio that suits your pallet.
  7. Mix in the chile powder, salt and a dash of sriracha for some added heat.
  8. Spoon out into your favourite dish and dip away. Use carrots, celery, chips, crackers - anything to eat this up. The best part - it stays green for a day or two because of the lime juice!

 

 

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