1/2 tsp kosher salt, or to taste
1/4 tsp freshly ground pepper, or to taste
1/2 tsp fresh chopped cilantro (basil is delicious too)
1 tsp of mayo (I used light)
1/2 tsp lime
Cut the Avocado in half and twist. The pit will stay on the one side.
Using a spoon scoop out one half of the avocado onto a cutting board and place remaining ingredients on top, except lime. Using a fork mash them all together till nice and creamy. You could also use a food processor for this part.
Drizzle with lime and continue mixing. You can skip this the only reason I used it was because in the middle of making my lunch baby Christopher decided he could not wait to eat. The lime keeps it from turning brown but I really liked the flavor it added.
This recipe makes just enough butter for one sandwich for me. You could make it go further if you used less but like I said I like me some avocado :) SO here is a little tip....if you did not know this once you cut into an avocado you pretty much have to use it right away or it will turn brown and icky. I found that if you leave the pit in the avocado and drizzle it with a little lime or lemon it will stay nice and fresh longer.
Just store it in a zip lock baggie with the pit left inside.
Delicious....you can eat it on a burger, on a freshly baked peace of bread, in tacos, with some tortilla chips, on a sandwich with a spoon or you can eat on a train or in the rain :0 ohh boy Dr. Suss book are stuck in my head.
I had mine with a salmon burger on a sandwich thin with a tomato, spinach, and a slice of cheese :)
For desert I had some fresh fruit but that strawberry rhubarb crisp is staring at me.....be strong!!!