We love avocados in our household. How many ways can you eat them?Jump to Recipe
We have used them different ways in Mexican dishes from sliced in a Mexican bowl as an avocado cream sauce. I put them in my protein shakes in the morning. I recently added it to an omelet for my wife. They are so versatile. What makes them work in so many ways is the creamy texture. So it has great texture. They taste awesome but are mellow so they compliment so many different foods. Some examples of how I am used them are below.
So who doesn’t love fries. How many different types of fries have you had? In our household, we also love fries. And when I say this household, I mean my wife. She has never met a fry that she did not like. We love french fries – needs to be twice fried. Most of all, we love poutine. The Canandian invention of french fries, topped with cheese curds and smothered in gravy. If you have not heard about this delicacy, you need to check it out.
These Avocado Fries are so easy to make. You just need to be careful about taking the avocados out of their skins. Use a big spoon and scoop out the flesh. Then, cut them to the size you like. I did pretty thick fries. Then, they get run through a traditional dredging process – flour, egg wash followed by gluten free panko bread crumbs. I did a double fry on these fries. Need them crispy!
Dredging and frying the avocado fries.
The Avocado Fries plated.
Do you love fries? Try these crunchy, super creamy, very creative Avocado Fries. Can you say fries with no guilt?
- 2 Whole Large avocados cut in wedges
- 1 Whole Egg beaten
- 1/4 Cup GF flour
- 1 Cup GF Panko bread crumbs
- 2 Cups Vegetable oil
Begin by setting up your dredging stations. Next, scoop out the avocados and cut into wedges. Run the avocados through the dredging station beginning with the flour, followed by the egg wash, and finished, with the GF panko bread crumbs. Place on a baking tray – if you want, you can put them in the fridge for 30 minutes.
Heat the vegetable oil in wok on medium high heat. Once the temperature reaches 350 degrees, begin adding the fries in batches. Be sure not to crowd the pan. Cook for 2 – 3 minutes. Remove and place in a strainer to drain. Finish cooking the rest of the fries. Once the first fry is complete, put the fries (in batches) back in to the oil. Cook for another 2 – 3 minutes but be sure to watch them. You do not want them to get to dark. Remove from oil and drain for 1 minutes. Lightly salt.
Serve and enjoy!