Avocado Coriander Salsa

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Serves: 4
Prep Time: 30 minutes
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2 Ripe avocados
1 Large bunch washed coriander
1 Juice & zest of a medium lime
1 Red chilli
1 Small red onion
Salt & Pepper

  • Do not over mix as the texture is meant to be chunky.
  • Peel and dice avocados into 1cm squares and place in large mixing bowl.
  • Roughly chop coriander and add to bowl.
  • Remove lime zest with a grater or zesting tool directly into bowl then squeeze lime juice over avocado.
  • De-seed and chop chilli very small and add to mixture.
  • Peel and chop red onion finely and add to mixture.
  • Salt & Pepper to taste.
  • Very gently fold mixture until just combined trying not to mash the avocado.
  • Transfer to serving bowl.
  • Serve as accompaniment to any meat or seafood.
  • Mix down a little further to serve with or on toasts.
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2 Comments

tutti frutti mum - on 16 April 2010
I made this salsa 2 weeks ago for a vegetarian luncheon. I served it as an accompaniment for salmon steaks. I think my guests liked the salsa more than the fish. One thing I did which looked fantastic, I served the salsa in iceberg lettuce leaves. I would highly recommend this recipe, it was so zingy and fresh tasting.
shazmcc - on 16 August 2010
I used a dash of Sweet Chilli Sauce, rather than a red chilli. Worked a treat. Also added some diced tomato. Could eat it all day :-)
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