With 2 avocado trees, I am always on the look-out for good recipes. I found this in the December 2014 O Magazine. I am not clear whether this is 2 large Haas or buttery Florida style avocados....experimenting will tell.
Presentation of this is truly STRIKING!!......standing up on the platter!!!! I started out with a different recipe from this site. However I made so many changes I decided to enter my own recipe. Make it your own!
I like the idea of sweet AND savory. I saw the recipe in O magazine. However, I have offered a few other options. Remember, cooking is all about choice.....every time. The recipe specified raw nuts.....however use what you've got! Mix it up use other nuts. Add other savory herbs. . Use a different zest. Use all honey or try some agave.
This is great for Thanksgiving or any time. What I like about this is I get to have "variety" in one dish. All quantities are plus/minus. Feel free to add other root veggies like turnips, sweet potatoes, etc. People who claim not to like one or more of the roots, simply won't notice they are there. Variation on recipe in an old Woman's Day.
My avocado trees and in full production and my star fruit just started it's 2nd crop for the year. Having no tomatoes in the yard or house, I made this up. It is very tasty. The star fruit creates a smooth guac. I left all the quantities to taste as we all like it slightly differently. Use it for dip, in place of mayo on a sandwich or as a side to fish......or wherever you want.
Have you ever needed BBQ Sauce and not have time enough to make it? This is a great TASTY solution. It is also easy to manage the heat. It has a rich flavor when you tell people you made it, they will think you slaved over it for hours