Fresh Avocado and Orange Chunks

Fresh Avocado and Orange Chunks (Serves 1)

Avocados are rich in vitamins B, E, and K, offer lots of fiber, and eating them a lot appears to have a beneficial effect on blood serum cholesterol levels. Avocados are too bland to eat by themselves, but mix well with others. I keep oranges in my refrigerator, so they are a ready complement at my house.

Prep and Cook Time: 5-8 minutes

Ingredient list:

One ripe avocado
Two small navel oranges or one monster-sized


Cut avocado in half lengthwise and discard the pit. Scoop flesh out of halves with a spoon into a serving bowl. Peel oranges, divide into sections, and cut into chunks. Mix avocados and oranges and eat.

Notes: Peeling the oranges takes more time than any other task. I like this mix plain, but you might add a little salt or a splash of balsamic or apple cider vinegar. Avocados will brown quickly after being peeled, so this meal is best prepared and eaten immediately.

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5 Responses to “Fresh Avocado and Orange Chunks”

  1. looks good. I think a bit of chopped red onion would be great with this.

  2. This is delicious as a spinach salad, with a little red onion and light balsalmic vinagrette as well.

  3. I made this today for my children and I, and we LOVED it! I just added a little broccoli slaw. Thank you so much Tom!

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