Avocado dip is always a crowd-pleaser. From classic-style dip to avocado mixed with sour cream, these best recipes are preferred party appetizers for convenience, color, flavor, and versatility.
Why is this too easy? You use a plastic bag with a zipper closure as the mixing bowl (and also for airtight storage).
Brightly sweet kiwi provides a vibrant counterpoint to the salty pancetta, spicy jalapeno, and rich, buttery avocado in this uniquely tasty dish. A drizzle of balsamic glaze provides the perfect finishing touch. Most of the avocado sold in supermarkets is still in its unripened stage. To ripen, place avocados in a paper bag and set aside at room temperature for 2-4 days. When the fruit is soft to the touch, it is ready for use.
For a unique twist on guacamole, swap mint for traditional cilantro in your avocado spread. Don't worry: You can still serve this appetizer with tortilla chips!
This summertime salsa contains ripe avocados, tomatoes, lemon juice, onions, and jalapeno peppers.
Make a vegetarian sandwich super-satisfying by incorporating big flavors (jalapeno jelly, arugala) and rich textures (avocado, cheese).
Mayonnaise makes this avocado dip creamier than guacamole. Baked corn tortillas are perfect for scooping it up.
For a fancy yet fuss-free hors d'oeuvre, wrap prosciutto, asparagus, bell pepper and greens in a whole-wheat tortilla coated in an avocado-yogurt spread.
Avocados and Parmesan cheese make a fun snack dip for kids or a party appetizer for mom and dad. Serve with fresh vegetables or chips.