This iconic Mexican dip is made by mashing ripe avocados and combining them with diced tomatoes, onions, cilantro, lime juice, salt, and sometimes jalapeños for an extra kick.
A simple yet trendy dish that involves mashing or slicing ripe avocados onto toasted bread. It's often seasoned with salt, pepper, and sometimes red pepper flakes or drizzled with olive oil.
Avocado salads come in numerous forms globally. One popular version includes mixed greens, sliced avocados, cherry tomatoes, red onions, and a vinaigrette dressing.
Though not traditionally Japanese, the California Roll is a sushi roll that originated in the United States and gained popularity worldwide.
Known as "vitamina de abacate" in Brazil or "licuado de aguacate" in Mexico, this creamy and nutritious smoothie combines ripe avocados with ingredients like milk, yogurt, honey, or condensed milk.
Halved avocados baked with cracked eggs inside are a popular choice for a healthy breakfast. The avocado halves serve as a natural bowl, and once baked, they offer a creamy texture that pairs well with the baked eggs.
Creamy avocado pasta sauce is made by blending ripe avocados with garlic, basil, lemon juice, olive oil, and Parmesan cheese. The resulting sauce is then tossed with cooked pasta to create a flavorful and creamy dish.
A healthier alternative to traditional chocolate mousse, this dessert replaces heavy cream with ripe avocados. Blending avocados with cocoa powder, sweetener (like honey or maple syrup), and vanilla extract creates a rich and creamy chocolate mousse.