Really yummy!! Oops I thought I had red onions but only Vidalia (sweet onions) were left in the cupboard so that is what I used. Not as cute but I'm sure just as tasty if not more as I don't like too spicy an onion. I used a lot less organic apple cider vinegar for religious reasons, a perfectly ripe avocado, sea salt, freshly ground black pepper, plus a high-quality extra-virgin olive oil. I may make this again. Made for RAMADAN TAG 2012!
The marinated onions added a nice pop of flavor without drowning out the natural buttery, tasty avocado. I marinated my onions for almost one hour. I always use Hass avocados because I think they are much better than the Florida variety. If you love avocados, you will love this simple salad! Thanx!
This was wonderful and really brought out the simple flavor of the avocado. I made this exactly as posted, and had plenty of vinegar leftover. I used it later in a Dijon vinaigrette, and it had a nice touch of onion flavor. This is so easy to do that I will do it often when enjoying my avocados. Thanks for sharing.
Wow! So simple and sooo delicious. I used the specified red onion for contrast, but can't wait to try this with a Vidalia. I knew I'd love this.....love everything in the recipe. The combination of flavors just burst in my mouth. Many thanks to Chrisoula Vatsolakis for bringing me back olive oil from Greece! Thanks so much for sharing. I was lucky enough to tag this in 123 Tag.
Refreshing, tangy, creamy, all good things! The bite of the onion and vinegar worked so well with the smoothness of the avocado and olive oil. I used a sweet Walla Walla onion as I thought I had bought a red onion, but can't seem to find it! It turned out great! Using a great olive oil is key. Made for Photo Tag game. Thanks Annacia! :)
Seriously one of the best things I have ever eaten. Tangy, crunchy, creamy and salt all at the same time. Thank you so much for posting! I'll eat this again and again! Made for Veg*N Swap 37!
So simple and so good. I used a high quality olive oil that had a fruity taste. The onions were subdued by the wine vinegar and it just all came together so well. Thanks!