My husband who is the picky eater of the family and more recently started eating avocado's, rated this a "10". I even used whole wheat panko! Will cook this again and as another reviewer said, try it with the parmesan cheese next time.
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RobinGo Posted: 02/20/10
CindyDinning01 Posted: 04/25/09
LOVE THIS! If you love avocados, you will really like this. We made them today for a snack while watching hockey. Mmm mmm good! Tasty, light, quick and easy to make. We were thinking next time we make it, we might sprinkle some fresh parm. cheese while it's hot.
elleeD Posted: 02/02/10
can you use regular bread crumbs instead of panko?
KathyFB Posted: 07/29/10
I doubled the recipe and it took a couple of hours start to finish. I liked them but thought they were a little bland. I will sprinkle them with garlic powder and/or garlic salt prior to flouring next time!
banty19 Posted: 07/18/10
Tried this out and it's a good base for something better. Definitely needs some more flavor, though I'm not sure what. A spicy, contrasting dip might work.
jenpyre Posted: 11/02/11
I had these for the first time in NYC at Toloache, and fell in love! I made these last night with baja fish tacos and they were amazing- just like the restaurant! TIP- use a thermometer for the oil temp, my first ones were a little dark (but still yummy!) the rest were perfect once the oil cooled slightly. GREAT recipe! Easy, and delicious. For best results ALWAYS use Panko- it makes a much more delicate crispy crust, I also used peanut oil and it worked very well. Pairs great with fish tacos, and tonight I'm making them with steak- I think I am addicted!
richallan2000 Posted: 01/23/13
Made this recipe and enjoyed it very much. Made a sauce to accompany the avocado fries which consisted of a creamy ranch dressing with horseradish added to it. What a great combination!
joeavo Posted: 02/24/13
This recipe looks great would you mind if I post it on my site http://www.avocadosgalore.com/recipes/avocados-in-side-dishes/avocado-fries