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Notice I rated the average just to be fair with the rating,I am not trying to cheat with my rating! I just needed to add something I should have mentioned which is probably why one veiwer saidit looked horrible. DON'T STIR HARD! MIX AFTER ALL INGREDIENTS ARE IN THE BOWLSO THE AVACADO STAYS TOGETHER! Thanx and enjoy my recipe!
OMG THIS WAS AWESOME!! I made this at the last minute and made to recipe exactly as stated. I let it chill for about 45 minutes and it was so good that's all I ate for dinner. I would suggest using avocados that are slightly green so they are not too soft when you are mixing. Also only make enough for what will be eaten at that meal. The avocado's naturally start to brown when cut and the salad is not visually appealing the next day! Good lord this tasted delicious!! Thank you for the recipe!
This was yummy! My husband loved it. I was looking for a recipe that I could make to use up my avocados and cilantro yet not make guacamole. This did the trick. Definitely a keeper! Thanks for sharing.
I'm not a big fan of avocado but I had some leftover to use up and the flavours in this salad were pretty good I have to say. It is also good with the addition of a diced hard boiled egg or two. Looks great served inside a lettuce leaf 'cup'.
Fantastic summer salad! I had a tomato that I needed to use before it was bad so chopped that up and put it in, and used red onions, since I didn't have any green in stock. I used one fresh lime and a big handful of cilantro. I didn't have any fresh lemon, but it was so delicious without it. I will make this again...and again....
I've made this a few times now and we've substituted thinly sliced red onion for the green onion and usually use only lime (no lemon). I also add a bit of honey because I like the sweetness to bring out the salty and sour. Guests love it too. Once I even had to use the cilantro in the tube instead of fresh because the store didn't have any fresh and it turned out great.
This was very good. I loved the contrasting textures of the crispy cucumber and the creamy avocado. Such a simple dressing too! I tossed it with chopped arugula and the flavors combined beautifully. Definitely a keeper.