I know that hot avocado seems weird but give it a chance! These fries are so good and seem sort of fancy even though they’re the easiest.
2 ripe avocados
3/4 c. panko bread crumbs
1/4 c. nutritional yeast
salt and pepper (maybe a dash of cayenne if you’re feeling spicey)
1/2 c. unsweetened milk (I use almond)
3 tbsp flour
Preheat your oven to 400.
Cut your avocados in half, remove the pit and carefully scoop it out with a spoon (in one piece!). Quarter each half (or into 6 if its a big avo). In a bowl combine panko, nutritional yeast and salt and pepper. In another bowl whisk together almond milk and flour.
Dredge each slice in the milk mixture then in the breadcrumb mixture making sure it’s evenly coated. Put on a baking sheet. Repeat until they’re all done (if you run out of either mixture just add a bit more milk when it’s low or a handful of panko to stretch it out). Bake for 20 minutes ubtil golden, flipping once.
Make a dip! I like to make an aoli style dip with smoked paprika but just plain old ketchup is pretty good too.
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Wow, just saw this on veg news–genius!!! I need a new avo idea other than on toast (super easy one from Chloe Coscarelli)–thanks so much.
thanks! i’m glad you like it, i live on avocados. if you’re looking for more ways to use them, may i direct you to a recipe that uses it as a creamy pasta sauce?!
These are delish and so easy to make. I had a mango poppyseed dressing that I used to dip them in.
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