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Posted by: thirdeye on 2011/06/17 11:19:37  

In Reply to: ever grilled avocado? did it dry out? posted by deepsouth on 2011/06/17 08:56:46

I think 50 minutes is way too long. I've done them for 2 or 3 minutes with a really hot fire, but usually cook them at lower temps until they are warmed through or until they have a nice look to 'em.

I like to brush them with a little extra-virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar. When the balsamic starts to caramelize, they are done. Serve with lemon wedges or grate some Parmesan or Maytag Blue cheese on them. Anyways, mine always take less than 10 minutes, you just have to lift and peek to check them.

The filling is not necessary, the photo below has a cucumber yogurt dip. I have put salsa in them or even a little creamy salad dressing (like Cesar or Ranch). Whatever you like.

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