Grilled Balsamic Avocado
This recipe comes courtesy of Ron Merlin, a voracious blogger and respected foodie who also has a talent for photographing his creations -
Summertime and it's BBQ time. What grill side dishes do you like to make along with your ribs, burgers, steaks, etc? Corn on the cob? Grilled tomatoes? How about grilled onions? Sure, they are all great.
But I just came across an easy, quick, absolutely knock-out killer grill side dish.
Two words: Grilled Avocado! Yup, grill up some avocado. Here's how:
Take one or two Avocados. Split in half and remove the seed. Use a paring knife and cut squares into the avocado inside the skin. Then take a tablespoon of balsamic vinegar and sprinkle into the crevices of each half.
Sprinkle with a bit of salt and pepper.
Place skin side down right over the high heat of the coals or gas. Let cook for approximately 5 minutes. The squares of avocado will actually start to puff a bit inside the skin. Actually, the photo in this post was untouched. The chunks of avocado move around in the heat.
Remove and serve immediately.
I simply cannot describe to you how delicious these are. And they make such a great accompaniment to any BBQ. Enjoy!
Looking for an easy camp bread to go with this recipe? Try making - Naan.
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