Avocado Crostini


This Avocado Crostini is a simple, delicious recipe that you’re sure to love, especially if avocado is a favorite of yours. At our house we use them for sandwiches, salads, tacos and wraps. If you have some leftovers, this is a perfect way to use them up.

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bread slices
clove garlic
olive oil
kosher salt
ground pepper

Toast the bread until it reaches your preferred level of crusty but is still a little soft in the center. Remove the outer layer of the garlic clove and rub the clove on one side of the slices. Drizzle with a bit olive oil.

Cut the avocados in half and remove the seed. Scoop out the flesh and slice the halves into thin slices. In a bowl, gently mix the avocado with the vinegar, salt and pepper to taste. Spread some of the avocado mixture onto each piece of bread. Drizzle with more olive oil and season with salt and pepper to taste.

Enjoy Avocado Crostini!

Note: To keep your avocados from turning brown once it is sliced open, keep it from being exposed to oxygen. Oxygen is what makes it turn brown. You can keep it from browning by sealing it tightly in plastic wrap, squeezing a small amount of citric acid such as lemon juice or lime juice over the avocado, or by brushing a thin layer of oil over the surface. These techniques keep the avocado from browning and extend its use for about a day. For more about how to keep an avocado from browning, click here.

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Sarah is known for her extra fancy yeast breads, melt in your mouth pies, and everything salads. She has won awards as a home cook, and is passionate about helping others feel smarter in the kitchen. Sarah is the cooking genius of the sister duo.

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