Baked Avocado Fries

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  1. mmm.. that looks good.. love avocados ...regular avocados though aren't packed with protein.. .. **** looks good i might have to give this a try


  2. what kind of avocado is that? the ones i see in the store are californian and look like this and one fourth isn't going to cut it.

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    a medium one of these is said to have about 240 calories. 21g fat, 3-4g protein, 12gcarbs but 9grams of fiber
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  3. Alex, I just slice up a whole avocado (same species as in your picture) and use that. Dip in the egg, brush with some oil and salt and you're GTG!
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Alex, I just slice up a whole avocado (same species as in your picture) and use that. Dip in the egg, brush with some oil and salt and you're GTG!
    Yup yup

  5. my goal for the week is to make these
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by jaymode View Post
    I have been thinking about doing something like this: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/avoc...0000001886172/

    but instead of frying them, I would bake them. Might come out with a crispier taste (definitely more carbs but that is not a problem for me).
    That looks good, I think my thing was the mixture of egg with avocado just tasted too odd to me, but I may try that version. I tried w/o egg and it was mehhh, gf didn't care for it either. I make some awesome baked fries using potatoes and a seasoning mix similar to five guys... friggen fries come out of the oven tasting almost exactly like Five Guys with the curry seasoning.

    For those asking about which avocado's I generally buy the Hass ones vs the larger ones. As I love slicing them up and adding to burgers or turkey.

  7. i made them last night, they totally turned out like ****.. obviously i still ate them

    probably cause i didn't use greased foil but greased pan and it stuck

    probably cause i used to much egg as there was excess in the pan

    probably cause i hacked up the avocado in 20 different uneven shapes

    probably cooked it longer than needed


    i may do it again.. but, this thread has turned me on to eating more avocados.. i'm thinking at least 3 whole ones a week.. 9 grams of fiber, 0 sugar and only 3 net carbs.. good stuff

  8. Yeah, gotta follow that recipe man. When done right, they're really good. Try 'em with some garlic too.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by jaymode View Post
    I have been thinking about doing something like this: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/avoc...0000001886172/

    but instead of frying them, I would bake them. Might come out with a crispier taste (definitely more carbs but that is not a problem for me).

    I also saw that On The Border has Avocado Fries as an Appetizer: http://www.foodspotting.com/reviews/609281
    I made these again tonight but coated them in panko bread crumbs after dipping the pieces in egg. I liked them a lot more this way.

  10. The one she posted is often called a Florida avocado, they are lower in fat than the hass variety you posted.
    Quote Originally Posted by alexoc949 View Post
    what kind of avocado is that? the ones i see in the store are californian and look like this and one fourth isn't going to cut it.

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    a medium one of these is said to have about 240 calories. 21g fat, 3-4g protein, 12gcarbs but 9grams of fiber

  11. awsome recipe !!
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