Avocado Onion and Tomato Salad
This colorful Avocado Onion and Tomato Salad is an easy salad that you can enjoy as a side dish for any dinner or have it for lunch. With simple, fresh and healthy ingredients this salad not only looks good but is good for you too. With tomato, avocado, slices of red onion, cherry tomatoes, fresh tarragon, olive oil and champagne vinegar it doesn't get much easier than this to make. Avocado is full of healthy fats and avocado nutrients that are best preserved when you eat them raw. This is one of the easiest avacodo recipes you will make. Simply put the tomatoes, avocado, and sliced onion on a plate and sprinkle with the tarragon leaves and drizzle the olive oil and champagne vinegar on top. A little bit of kosher salt and some fresh pepper make this recipe perfect. The healthy olive oil and healthy fats in the avocado are a good addition to your day, and compliment one another. This is one of the go-to avacado recipes you will come back to again and again, it brings out the best qualities in the vegetables in a simple, fresh salad idea.
When it comes to buying avocados you want to get them when they are just ripe. Whether you eat avocado on its own, in a salad or with an avocado fries recipe baked it's always a good addition to your day. Avocado nutrients you will find in avocados include B vitamins and vitamin K and dietary fiber, with amounts of vitamin C and vitamin E, and lesser amounts of iron and calcium. Avocados that are too hard will need to be further ripened which can be done on a countertop, and for avocados that are already ripe and ready to eat, you can place them in the refrigerator until they are ready to use. Hass avocados do not ripen on the tree; they ripen after they have been harvested. Hass avocados are unique from other varieties of avocados because they can change from a dark-green color to a deep purplish almost black hue when they are ripe. Indicators of an avocado's ripeness are color and feel.
Nutrition Facts for: Avocado Onion and Tomato Salad from Foodie Crush
Ingredients: Tomato, avocado, red onion, cherry tomatoes, fresh tarragon, fruity olive oil, champagne vinegar.
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 2 servings.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
* Per Serving: Calories 148, Calories from Fat 72, Total Fat 8.0g 12%, Saturated Fat 1.1g 6%, Cholesterol 0mg 0%, Sodium 23mg 1%, Potassium 1118mg 32%, Carbohydrates 19.0g 6%, Dietary Fiber 5.8g 23%, Sugars 12.5g, Protein 4.3g, Vitamin A 77%, Vitamin C 107%, Calcium 5%, Iron 8%
To determine if an avocado is ready to place it in the palm of your hand. Then gently squeeze it without applying your fingertips as this may cause bruising and feel. If the avocado yields to firm yet gentle pressure you know it's ripe and ready-to-eat. If the avocado does not yield to gentle pressure, then it needs more time to ripen, possibly a couple of days. If an avocado is mushy or very soft than it may be overripe, and when you peel it you may find it has many blackened areas inside. If that is the case you may not want to use it as the flavour is generally not as nice. Thank you to Heidi at "Foodie Crush" for sharing this recipe for avocado and tomato salad. This is just one of the avacado recipes you will find on the site. Other recipe ideas you will find include healthy, breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert recipes, family-friendly ideas, seasonal and so much more. *
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