Deviled Avocado {Vegan}

Deviled Avocado {Vegan}

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I just love avocados, and they really are a food that I eat almost every day. It can sometimes be a bit tricky to get them to be exactly ripe, and I still get excited when I open up an avo and it is absolutely perfect inside- no blemishes or bruises, and all the yummy filling is just ready to eat. Avo are the sort of thing that can be eaten on their own with a sprinkle of cracked pepper and sea salt, or of course added to salads or made into dips.

This more unique dish kind of came together when I didn’t have any other food to make for breakfast. Usually I would prepare a fruit salad in the morning, but all the fruit had been eaten. When I opened the fridge wondering what I might create to fill my belly, I saw a lovely looking avocado sitting on the shelf, and a container with a block of tofu. And inspiration struck from somewhere to create what I am aptly naming as Deviled Avocado. Very different to what I might normally eat, it actually tasted really yummy and was quite filling. Anyone who is trying to eat more plant-based foods and who likes to have a fulfilling breakfast or snack, would find this really satisfying. It is also dead easy to prepare, and presents really well too!

Deviled Avocado- Raw Transition Dish

Ingredients

1 avocado, halved and pit removed
1/2 block firm tofu
1 tablespoon tumeric
1/4 cup fresh, chopped coriander
Salt and Pepper to taste

Preparation

  • Crumble the tofu by squeezing it in your hands over a bowl.
  • Stir the tumeric through the crumbled tofu until it is all covered and resembles scrambled eggs.
  • Heat the tofu in a frypan on a low heat for a few minutes until it is warmed. After removing from the heat, stir through the coriander.
  • Now scoop the tofu into the holes left by the pit in the avocado halves.
  • Sprinkle with salt and cracked pepper and devour!

Serves two.

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