A hot sunny afternoon calls for chilled avocado recipes. These will uplift anyone that’s bothered by the heat. To alleviate the effects of high temperatures that slows down and dulls the body and mind cold avocado recipes are the best thirst quenchers around.
Try an Avocado Salad:
Looking inside your refrigerator you only need some basic ingredients to create avocado recipes that will wake up your hazy mind. All you need are some avocados, cooked shrimp, sprigs of cilantro or dill, and a half cup of mayonnaise for a gastronomic delight. Just put everything in a mixing bowl add up the seasonings of your choice, put in the refrigerator in an hour or so to chill. And there you have it! There’s your perfect super avocado salad. The salad can be placed inside the halved avocados with the pit removed and the meal treated with freshly squeezed lemon juices to prevent darkening or oxidation of the avocado flesh for a visual perk, if it is still needed.
This cold treat will beat the summer heat and keep you well nourished, too. Avocado recipes do not require any form of cooking. Heating or cooking are not desirable on a hot day. Avocados are better off fresh due to the volatility of some essential nutrients packed in avocados that would be lost in the heating process.
Another concoction that can beat the heat is an Avocado Smoothie:
Avocado smoothie recipes only require some avocados, sweeteners like honey or condensed milk, for extra creaminess, milk or cream( if honey is the sweetener), and lots of ice. Add some other fresh fruits in season and you are rewarded with an infinite list of nutritional delights. Putting everything in a blender and pulsating it for a few rounds are all it takes to be rewarded with such a super rich smoothie filled with many healthy benefits.
Is it hot outside and you need to cool down? So, it is another day to try cold avocado recipes.
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