These Crispy Avocado Fries with a Chipotle sauce is just a perfect starter or a welcome snack for your guests. Find the super easy recipe on this page.
See also: My best Nordic recipes
These Avocado snacks are very easy to make and it does not really take that long.
A batch of these crispy Avocado fries takes about 40 minutes to make where 20 of these minutes you don't have to do anything. In this extra time you can prepare the Chipotle sauce or maybe just relax.
I typically serve these Avocado fries with a good Chipotle sauce which I think is a good match with the crispy Avocado.
Besides the Chipotle sauce, I can recommend a stronger chili sauce or maybe a barbecue sauce. However, I would recommend you to find your own favorite dipping. Maybe you have a sauce/dipping that you really like.
Basically it is up to your own preferences what kind of dipping you serve these Avocado fries with.
If you have a great sauce, that you think is a good match, I would love to hear from you in the comment section below.
My Dinner Club
Two times a month I am meeting up with my study group from my time at the university. Then we go by turn and cook dinner for each other.
The rule is that the dinner should consist of a minimum a two-course dinner and then it is up to each person if it should be a starter and main course or it should be a main course and a dessert.
I know that these types of social dinner clubs are a popular thing here in Denmark. If you are not a part of a dinner club I can highly recommend you to start one. I think it is a fantastic way of getting together, have a good time and to eat some great food.
This was a long story about my dinner club with my friends. What I really want to say is that one day I was planning for this dinner club, I stumbled upon this recipe for these crispy Avocado fries. In instantly knew that I had to make them. The recipe below is the one I always uses.
As I have mentioned above, these Avocado fries are super easy to make.
You start by peeling two ripe Avocados and cut them into several thick wedges.
Prepare three deep bowls: One with all-purpose flour, one with beaten eggs and one with panko breading.
Then you transfer the Avocado wedges through the three bowls one-by-one.
Place the panko covered Avocado on an oven grid and bake them in a 220 C degree (425 F) hot oven for about 15-20 minutes.
- 2 Avocado
- 2 eggs beaten
- 2 dl 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 2 dl 1 cup panko breading
- Salt and pepper
- Peel the Avocado, remove the seeds and cut it into slices/wedges
- In three deep plates or bowl, add the flour, beaten eggs and panko breading.
- Now it is breading time. First cover the Avocado slices in flour, then in the eggs and finally in the panko breading.
- Place the breaded Avocado slices on an oven grid and bake them at 220 C (425 F) for about 15-20 minutes or until they are nice and golden.