First, cut the avocado in half and then remove the stone.
Then place the halves skin side down on the grill grate or in a grill pan.
To avoid burning the avocado, find a spot on the grill that isn’t too hot. The edge areas are best suited for this.
The cooking time is a maximum of 5 minutes. If you leave the fruit on the grill longer, it will take on a bitter taste.
Spice up grilled avocados – ideas
Serve an appetizing tomato salsa with avocados. To do this, dice 300 grams of tomatoes. Mix 1 tsp Tabasco, 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce, 2 tbsp lemon juice, and 4 tbsp olive oil with salt and a pinch of sugar and pour the dressing over the tomatoes.
If you like olives, dice 1 shallot, and 6 olives. Mix everything with 2 tsp lemon juice, 2 tbsp olive oil and salt, and pepper. Fill the avocado with it.
You get Mediterranean-inspired avocados with a filling of 100 grams of feta cheese, 2 chopped olives, 1 diced tomato, garlic powder, and 1 teaspoon of Italian herbs.
Be creative. Season with coriander, chili and fresh herbs. Serve nachos with your grilled avocados.
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