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Ingredients 0.14 ounce (4 g) dried sea lettuce One 15-ounce (425 g) can chickpeas 1 avocado, sliced 1¼ cup (20 g) fresh cilantro 2 small garlic cloves, minced. In a small bowl, mash avocados and cream cheese until smooth. Stir in the yogurt, picante sauce, lime juice, salt and garlic powder.

2 15 Chicken Thigh Recipes for the Instant Pot This collection of top-rated recipes highlights this versatilty, featuring chicken thighs with international accent. Product Title Bush’s Best Black Bean Dip, 9.5 Ounce (Pack 3) Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars, based on 1 reviews 1 ratings Current Price $13.24 $ 13. 24 $39.95 $ 39. 95. Add diced onion and tomatoes to the avocados.

Add salt, pepper, tabasco sauce and lime juice and taste to see if seasoned enough to your liking. In a separate small bowl put in 2 tablespoons of the dip. Add 1 tbsp of sour cream and adjust your seasonings again.

Watch how to make this recipe. To a food processor, add the cannellini beans, avocados, lemon juice and salt. Process until smooth, stopping to scrape down the sides with a. Crab Sushi Dip. If your gang loves sushi like mine does, they’ll enjoy this California-style dip of crab and nori.

For a Texas version, add avocado and jalapeno. —Kristina Arrieta, Point Venture, Texas. tempura prawn w lettuce, black sesame & spicy DiP. tempura reje m salat, sort sesamfrøer & stærk sovs. The simplest way to enjoy avocados is by sprinkling them with a pinch of salt and pepper. You can also try other seasonings like paprika, cayenne.

1 avocado, chopped 3 scallions, diced 1 Tbsp lemon juice 1/8 tsp cayenne. Optional: 2 Tbsp Salsa. Method. Blend all ingredients and serve with a bowl of our Sea Chips (organic corn tortillas flavored with Dulse, Kelp, Onion and Garlic).

Per serving: Calories 177, Protein 3 g, Fat 15 g, Carbohydrates 11 g, Fiber 65 g, Calcium 32 mg, Sodium 57 mg.

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You can sprinkle kelp or dulse flakes on food, add dried kombu to soups and stews, add a side of seaweed salad when eating sushi out, and use sheets of nori as an alternative to bread or grainbased wraps.

“Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life” by Ben Greenfield
from Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life
by Ben Greenfield
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Place the other half of the avocado, coconut water, garlic, lemon juice, pistachios, and sea salt into a blender or Vita-Mix and blend until smooth.

“Beautiful on Raw: Uncooked Creations” by Tonya Zavasta
from Beautiful on Raw: Uncooked Creations
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To make the avocado crema: Place the avocado flesh and 1/4 tsp salt in a medium bowl.

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Transfer to a small bowl; add the green onion powder, kale powder, lemon powder, and salt; and stir to combine.

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• In a blender, combine 450 grams (scant 2 cups) of the avocado with the extra-virgin olive oil, lime juice, liquid glucose, and fine sea salt.

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We use it as a sharp accent flavor in Avocado, Cucumber, and Pickled Daikon Radish Sliced Rolls in Chapter 10.

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My son loves nori strips —the seaweed used to wrap sushi—with a little avocado, hummus, and cucumber.

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Plus, you can make a variety of dipping sauces using some of the other recipes in the book—try the cilantro pesto, the garlic tahini salad dressing, or the nori rolls’ avocado dip.

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  • Sarah…I love your videos! I made this dip the other day and my husband and I went NUTS over it! And ordinarily my hubby hates avocados. Finally found a way he will eat them…SCORE! I also used it as a spread on my sandwiches instead of mayo and thinned it out with a little milk or water and it is an awesome salad dressing! Thanks a million!

  • Oh muh gaawd ������just made this, almost ate the whole bowl ran out of chips but my nefew had fries with a burger and I started dipping the fries!!!❤❤❤

  • So your a spice head.!!..anything to do with the chili coloured hair?? thx for your bubbly ( champagne)  related style.. I am subed!

  • this look really good and i tried making it today. not my taste: / the taste on this recipe is too light. i like heavier taste when eating snack or junk food.

  • That was a genuine nice comment. But it’s funny that you ask, because it seems that’s what so damn difficult about messaging. People can easily misread, or misinterpret things. I left a benign comment on another channel, and got all kinds of haters because they misinterpreted me. But I was, and still am, being sincere when I said thanks. Your tip was so simple, but I never knew how to do that. I’m new to this “cooking” stuff, and I need all the help and advice I can get. Thanks.

  • This looks great but one quick tip with the avocado. Instead of scooping out the avocado once you’ve halved it make a little slit in the edge and peel it like an orange. The skin comes off easily and leaves you with more of the dark green part which is the healthiest part of the avocado.

  • A recipe that I like if anybody wants some ideas for a breakfast sandwich: bread (obviously toasted), 1/2-1 avocado spread on the toast (I recommend 1/2) Eggs cooked any way you want, diced potatoes cooked in a little bit of oil (one smaller potato or a half if it’s a bigger potato), and tomato slices.

  • Oh my gosh! Had the Margarita Avocado Toast (4 times)! Amazing! Looking for the balsamic glaze recipe here…. Don’t see it yet!:) Please help!

  • Giving you very happy vibes!! I am so pleased that you made this video! Where I live it’s near impossible to find raw cashews for sauces and it was so hard to find a nut free version of this dip! Thank you x1000!

  • I made this and took it camping and didn’t tell anyone what it was until it was devoured! Everyone loved it and some said I’m glad you didn’t tell us what was in it before because they may not have even tried it �� some people just don’t know what they’re missing out on!!! Thank you for the recipe ��

  • Looks absolutely delicious! I am becoming such a fan. By the way… St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated world wide even in Australia, ask any of your Irish or Catholic friends.

  • I have to admit I was very skeptical about the beans, but much to my surprise I didn’t even taste them at all. This was so awesome. I actually added a couple tablespoons of nutritional yeast and I could not stop eating this before I even refrigerated it. I plan to leave it alone until the Super Bowl tomorrow night. Thanks for another great one!

  • Thanks Anja for another delicious recipe. I can verify how delicious it is. Next time I have visitors I will make it again. I think it would look lovely served in a bread ‘cob’ loaf. The recipe makes plenty.

  • I just made this, the textures are perfect! I adjusted it a little bit. just one clove of garlic and an extra squirt of lemon juice, it’s delicious! I ate it with some pita chips, but ended up just eating the stuff with a spoon �� Definitly making this again! ❤

  • Thank you for this recipe! I love your videos and your theme song is so catchy and fun! You are the best, especially your reactions to when you taste your food ��

  • The first two are just not my cup of tea but the rest look mouth watering! I just don’t like fruits in my savory foods. Well, avocado is TECHNICALLY a fruit but you know what I mean. Actually Kylie Jenner’s one doesn’t look all that good either. I’m all about the street corn, sushi, and margharita. Love the Everything Bagel one too! The Mediterranean looks AMAZING!!

  • Anya you are the absolute best vegan chef on YouTube. You deserve at least 1 million views per video your recipes can literally save the world.

    God bless you!!

  • I made this tonight for a super bowl party. When I taste tested…so delicious!! These guys are never gonna know it’s vegan! Thank you!!

  • hey I watch your videos alot I love them I’m a chef at a club so I add my own little flavor NOW I’m looking for an avacado spread for my blucheese stuffed turkey burgers and I don’t want to do yogurt…do you have any other videos for a avacado spread for sandwiches

  • Looks very good. Would Sour Creme also work rather than yogurt. I think it would make for a thicker sauce and still come out yummy. 

  • Cut up some corn tortillas, place them in a single layer on a baking tray, brush with olive oil, & bake at 325 F until they are golden brown and dehydrated. Once you make your own chips, you will never be able to stand the store bought kind:)

  • Congratulations for all the avocado toast proposals! only one thing though… the “margarita toast” should be “Margherita toast” the margarita It’s another thing… the Italians will thank you. I forgot, greetings from Italy!!����

  • I mash my avocado up with garlic salt, sea salt, black pepper, ground mustard, chili flakes, and paprika and top my toast with some spinach, bacon, tomato, and fried egg then I drizzle with siracha

  • I did a qwick Google search and came up with nothing: Can you explained what the difference between Artificially sprouted seeds, naturally sprouted seeds?

  • the best avocado toast recipe��
    toast your bread
    take and avocado, pit and mash
    and lemon/lime, salt, pepper, red chili flakes
    and sriracha on top ������

  • It’s easier to mash the avocado into a chunky puree and put it into a handmade piping bag, and squeeze it over your sandwich. That’s what I always do. Avocados are difficult to slice and handle because they are so soft.

  • I make my avocado toast like this!
    Toast plain/whole wheat bread
    Spread avocado on it with salt and pepper
    Put a fried egg on it
    I sometimes put a tomato on it too
    I put some cheese on it
    To finish it up I put some lemon and sprinkle salt of it!

  • How I do avocado toast:
    Take a slice of sourdough bread, cut it in half and toast it.
    Then, while it’s in the toaster, grab olive oil out of your pantry, grab your avocado, and some salt, and this lemony spice I love called tajin. (Idk how to spell it. ��)
    When your toast is done, pour some olive oil on, spread the avocado on, and sprinkle on some salt and tajin.
    I promise you it’s delicious. Very simple, but delicious.

  • Toast your bread, I like potato bread.
    1 whole avocado mashed with salt, Meyer lemon, and oil to blend.
    Top that with crab (canned works fine)
    Little bit of sriracha
    Very good flavor profile ��

  • i love avo toast so much that i don’t have a recipe really i just make it with whatever i have but is it just me who doesn’t smash the avocado i just slice it?

  • Mashed avocado/ mashed chickpea ratio of choice/ flavours of choice /seasonings/condiments of choice/ super seed farmhouse bread toasted/ enjoy!:)

  • Did she just suggest to remove the tip of the avocado IN the grocery store to check on optimal ripeness? Ma’am.. What if it isn’t ripe? You gonna put it back already tampered? the NERVE! I like these recipes though:-/

  • How did I miss this when you posted it??? Looks delicious! I love guacamole and I eat lots of avocados, but this adds protein and greens and would make amazing avocado toast as well as a dip. Be it would be amazing on pasta as well! Let the experimentation begin!

  • oh yes! please! teach us how to make that! i hate always going to the store getting a big ol’ bag of the chips and not even using half of e bag!

  • My random avocado toast which tasted AMAZING!!: -Chiatoast, chia bread, some kind of protein bread. -half Avocado chili Tzaziki. -mini cucumber. -Pepper, Salt, Rosmarin. -lin seed and chia seeds!!!!! Trust me this is amazing

  • This is. Completely off topic but you just look absolutely amazing and gorgeous I looove your hair those brows??? You are goals ��

  • My favourite Avo-Toast is toasted sourdough bread, mashed avocado with salt and lemon, smoked salmon, one fried egg (with a runny yolk), black pepper and paprika on top. Delicious!! ��

  • I toasted bread and spread on some Country Crock butter and then spread on avocado. The toast was pretty good. Next time I may add a boiled egg or maybe a poached egg. I like the toast that you added the feta cheese on.

  • We were looking for what to do with our ripened avocados. Thank you for these brilliant ideas. Now, we can salvage the avocados and prep something good and healthy for our mom as well.
    Sending love from the Philippines. ❤

  • Please make a vegan version of creamy garlic dip and dill dip for fries and vegan pizza:):) no one seems to want to make it vegan style…or the recipes I find aren’t creamy

  • Sour dough is better for you. It’s lower on the glycemic index. I made the most famous sourdough and did videos on the day by day if your interested: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeE89k5o7qktuBOFiS3HnXGaZN45Ss57U

  • This isn’t sushi without rice. You shouldn’t have a confusing title. Your nori hand rolls look amazing and sound delicious. You call it hand wraps in the video, why not in the title like this YTer: https://youtu.be/YKDA7sx0PgY

  • You might want to try spreading out the ingredients next time, to make it more like a “sushi” roll rather than a seaweed spring roll. If you roll it then you can slice into peices.

  • Nice recipe. But I believe carrots and especially chick peas (60 mass%) are not low carb at all, so unfortunately no good for ketogenic diets. Nevertheless great video.