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I really enjoyed the combination of the creamy shrimp with the naturally creamy texture of the avocado. Since avacado has such a high (healthy) fat content, I went with fat free mayo for the mixture and that worked very well. Once everything was piled up, it did become a bit fiddly to eat. I ended up scooping everything out of the avocado and mixing it together on the plate and eating it as a tasty salad. Made for Newest Zaar tag.

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Sarah_Jayne February 06, 2010

I made this minus the dill and subbing white wine vinegar. I couldn't have been happier with the result. The shrimp filling was made earlier in the day and refrigerated until I was ready to use it. I had this for dinner along with some Breton crackers and iced tea. Lots of wonderful rich flavors that were much enjoyed served well chilled on red leaf lettuce. Yum.

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Annacia July 04, 2014

This was such a delicious lunch. I had sauteed my shrimp in a bit of butter and garlic. I had mixed everything together in the morning minus the avocado. Then for lunch I cut the avocado into it's pieces and mixed with the rest. Had too much to stuff back in each avocado so just put on the plate to eat up. Had it with some romaine lettuce. The flavor was really yummy and creamy. I liked having the olives and green onions in there too it added a nice flavor. Will definitely be making this again. Thanks for sharing a great recipe WiGal

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FrenchBunny May 31, 2010

Decadent and delicious. This was a huge hit for my DH and I. Made for PRMR.

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Lavender Lynn March 31, 2012

I scaled this back for 2 serves though only used 1 avocado and I had a very enjoyable lunch and as I am not big on olives I omitted them and enjoyed my lunch immensely. Thank you WiGal, made for Make My Recipe - Edition 16.

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I'mPat November 20, 2011

Whats not to love about this recipe...it's very similar to my Avocado stuffed with crab...I didn't add the olives...not a fan...and dang...I forgot the paprika...over all an excellent lunch...I used the bibb lettuce as wraps...thanks for posting...:)

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teresas October 22, 2011

What a delicious luncheon! Had some cooked baby shrimp so used those (no need to chop). Skipped the olives and used fresh lemon thyme from my garden in place of the dill, otherwise made as written. Wonderful! DH and I both thoroughly enjoyed these stuffed avocados, and will be making again. Made for Seafood Tag in TOM. Thanks, WiGal!

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BecR April 07, 2011

We really enjoyed this. It was fancy, but pretty simple. I changed the basic flavor, however. I left out the dill & olives (I don't care for them.) I added red bell peppers, garlic, and cayenne instead of paprika. Light and satisfying.

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lucky ladybug March 25, 2011

GREAT combination of flavours, TRUE!
Really healthy, EASY recipe to do!
I can eat this for breakfast, lunch or tea!
REALLY yummy as can be!
THANKS!

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mickeydownunder March 13, 2011

Yum!

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JD's K9 Queen May 01, 2010
Avocado Stuffed With Shrimp