A really easy and quick dip for tortilla chips. This creamy avocado dip is, controversially, perhaps even tastier than the well-known guacamole.
View the original recipe via:
Cut the avocado halfway through, to the pit, twist the avocado and remove the pit.
Scoop the avocado flesh from the skin and purée it until smooth with a stick blender or small blender. Add Greek yoghurt, lime juice, garlic powder and salt to taste.
Adding lime juice will help the avocado keep its green colour, but don't keep the dip too long because it will still turn brown. Enjoy!
What is an avocado dip good with?
This quick avocado dip is delicious with tortilla chips, but can also be served with bread, crackers or as a dip with raw vegetables, just like with hummus.
What is the difference between avocado dip and guacamole?
The biggest difference is in the structure. An avocado dip is puréed until completely smooth, while a guacamole is coarser. A guacamole usually also contains more ingredients, such as tomato.
How do you cut an avocado?
Cut the avocado lengthwise around the pit and twist both halves apart. Use your chef's knife to chop it loosely into the pit and carefully twist out the pit.
Note: Never use the tip of your knife to pierce or cut along the pit, this is very dangerous and the blade will end up in your hand before you know it.
You can now use a spoon to remove the avocado flesh from the skin.