Best Avocado Fries Recipe – you just gotta try!

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You gotta love some of these magazines that try out new things, like this simply the best avocado fries recipe.   This novel idea teases your taste buds with the tantalising contrast of a crunchy breadcrumb-coating around creamy avocados. 

best avocado fries recipe
Best Avocado Fries Recipe

I would never have thought of that combination myself, — would you?!—but these best avocado fries sure are and do look delicious.

They are another way to get good fats into vegetarian teenagers who don’t want to eat vegetables. Sounds familiar…?!

Probably one of the healthier fries you can eat. Avocados are high in monounsaturated oleic acid, a “heart healthy” fatty acid. They are a naturally nutrient-dense food with nearly 20 vitamins and minerals.

They are however not calorie-free. A serving size is just 1/3 of an avocado (i.e. 4 avocado wedges) and will give you about 145 cal.

Made in 7 min in a pre-heated broiler. Let’s do this!

Avocado Fries Recipe (video)

This recipe video tells all:

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Recipe on how you make this snack for 6:

  • 2 firm, ripe avocados
  • 2 T flour
  • A bit of pepper and salt
  • 1/4 cup breadcrumbs
  • 2 egg whites
  • Oil or oil spray for your oven tray.
  • 1 lemon for garnish and flavor – cut into 6.

Recipe Instructions

1. Preheat oven/broiler. Grease your oven tray.

2. Combine flour, salt, and pepper in a shallow dish. Place breadcrumbs in a shallow dish. Place egg whites in a small bowl, and whisk until foamy.

3. Peel and cut your halved avocados into 6 wedges each (24 wedges total)

4. Drag avocado wedges through the flour, then dip ‘m in the egg white, and drop them on your plate with breadcrumbs and press some on. Now, place avocado slices on oven tray. Drizzle or spray with oil.

5. Bake or broil for 5 minutes till browned. Turn wedges over, broil 2 more minutes. Remove and serve with lemon wedges.

Recipe by Hans Röckenwagner, from his latest cookbook, Das Cookbook (German cooking, California style). According to LA Weekly, this cookbook is “filled with fantastic versions of the chef’s singular California-European cooking” that made his beloved restaurants and cafes so famous”. So, if you’re ever in LA, try Rockenwagner, Cafe Rockenwagner, and/or the 3 Square Cafe, and you can see more of this kind of cooking, in action!