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I prepared this to munch on, while I settled in to watch my beloved Chicago Bears receive their weekly drubbing. It was a welcome diversion from the usual, heavy, cheese dips I normally consume on weekends, as it didn't leave me feeling like I had a brick in my stomache. Very tasty, fresh, and colorful. After one day, however, the avocada had browned substantially, so I would caution against preparing ahead of time.

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misfit December 16, 2002

OK so I've been m aking this for years with out the avocodo. I think with that addition it would still remain in the 5 star category maybe 6 because who doesn't love avocado? I use the Zesty Italian salad dressing packet and add 1/2 vinegar 1/2 lime in place of the full amount of vinegar. I would definitly add more tomatoes to this unless you are using beef steak tomatoes. I typically use 5 roma tomatoes and 5 green onions and all of the dressing. The tomatoes will eventually soak up dressing over time. Thanks for sharing....

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nikol April 03, 2009

Pouring a little lime juice helped prevent the avacado from turning brown.

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Brian Davis April 11, 2003
Avocado, tomato and jack cheese salsa