6 simple, delicious ways to eat an avocado
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Hey guys, since the weather is getting warm, I have created a list of delicious avocado recipes. You can prepare these inexpensive and healthy meals in no time!

6 delicious ways to eat an avocado

Breakfast

Poached Eggs Over Avocado & Smoked Salmon 

This yummy meal will only take a couple of minutes. It is made with lemon touched greens, smoked salmon, and slices of avocado. This is similar to a salad. You would love!

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Sweet Corn Cake Eggs Benedict with Avocado Hollandaise 

If you’re interested in trying new things, be ready to prepare delicious corn cakes. This meal includes bacon, cornmeal, pepper, olive oil, and eggs of course.

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Image credit: How Sweets Eat 

Black Bean & Avocado Breakfast Burritos 

Burritos are hard to resist because they are so delicious. Now, imagine adding in some avocado. Yummy yum! Make sure to have tortillas, eggs, beans, cheese, lime, and seasons of your choice.

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Image credit: Gimme Some Oven

Lunch

Avocado Tea Sandwiches 

Are you looking forward to preparing a simple and tasty lunch? Well, this avocado sandwich is what you need. It literally takes about 10 minutes to make. You should have lemon, mayonnaise, black pepper, and salmon.

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 Stuffed Avocados

This is another quick dish that only takes 10 minutes to prepare. You can choose seafood, tuna, or chicken salad to stuff the avocados with. It’s all up to you, enjoy!

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Easy White Chicken Chili

If you are a chili person, then you should definitely consider making this dish. All you need is five ingredients, which is chicken broth, chicken, beans, salsa, seasoning. Preparing this meal takes no longer than 15 minutes.

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Dinner

Cool Southwestern Salad with Corn & Avocado

We all know that dinner takes a little longer to prepare. This delicious meal takes 20 minutes to make. Be sure to have romaine lettuce, corn, beans, seasons, olive oil, lime juice, and of course avocado.

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Grilled Chicken Salad with Avocado & Mango

This well flavored chicken salad is made with boneless chicken breast, olive oil, and lime juice. Mango and avocado makes the meal even more scrumptious.

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Cilantro-Lime Shrimp Tacos

If you like seafood, you would love this dish. You should also consider the fact that tacos are so simple to make. Be sure to have tortillas, shrimp, lime juice, black beans, season, and avocado.

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Written by Brenda Marie
Hey there, I am a sociology student at City College. I also work as a Home Health Aide, which I love. On my spree time I enjoy reading, writing, and listening to music.

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  1. Not sure if your avocado is ripe? Check out this tip from The Kitchn:

    “Peel back the small stem or cap at the top of the avocado. If it comes away easily and you find green underneath, you’ve got a good avocado that’s ripe and ready to eat. That’s the kind of fruit you want to take home with you.

    On the other hand, if you pull back the stem and find brown underneath, the avocado is overripe, and you’re likely to find brown spots inside the fruit. And, if the stem doesn’t come off, the fruit is not yet ripe enough to eat.”

    You can find the whole article here: http://www.thekitchn.com/use-this-simple-trick-to-determine-whether-an-avocado-is-ripe-inside-tips-from-the-kitchn-172933

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