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Chunky Avocado Smash

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We love avocados.  They’re delicious, nutritions, and healthy [4] and there are so many great recipes using them, like this Chunky Avocado Smash that can be served several way, coutesty of Ellen Eaton.


Recipe and Photos by Ellen Easton- 2018© All Rights Reserved

Chunky Avocado Smash


2 ripe Avocados, peeled and pit removed

1 ripe lime

1 medium shallot, diced

10 red grape tomatoes or one plum tomato, diced

Optional- ¼ tsp. Reva Paul’s Seasoning mix

*Reva Paul’s Seasoning Mix

2-½ Tablespoons ground onion powder

2-½ Tablespoons ground garlic powder

1 Teaspoon salt

1 Teaspoon pepper

Place in an airtight jar and shake until mixed.

Do NOT refrigerate.  Keep at room temperature. Cover top with tin foil to keep out moisture.

Rosemary Bread, sliced


Sour Dough Bread with brushed Olive Oil and crushed Rosemary

Optional- Thin sliced radish, sliced hard boiled egg

Garnish- Edible flowers   


 Chunky Avocado Smash

Place the avocados into a bowl.   Coarsely mash with a fork or potato masher.  Squeeze the lime juice over the avocados. Add shallots and tomatoes.  Add optional seasoning if desired.  Toss until blended together.  Serve immediately or place mixture into an airtight container sealed with plastic wrap to be held overnight in the refrigerator.  Multiple the recipe as needed.

Chunky Avocado Smash

Serve on toasted bread of your choice.  Additional accompaniment- sliced hard-boiled egg, sliced radish, edible flower, eggs.

Chunky Avocado Smash

Ellen Easton, author of Afternoon Tea~Tips, Terms and Traditions (RED WAGON PRESS), an afternoon tea authority, lifestyle and etiquette industry leader, keynote speaker and product spokesperson, is a hospitality, design, and retail consultant whose clients have included the Waldorf=Astoria, the Plaza and Bergdorf Goodman. Easton’s family traces their tea roots to the early 1800s, when ancestors first introduced tea plants from India and China to the Colony of Ceylon, thus building one of the largest and best cultivated teas estates on the island.


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