The avocado sauce that is creamy and drizzled with salt, pepper, and lime is among the easiest recipes I’ve created this year, and yet, it’s incredible.
If you believe me on only one thing, then trust me about this recipe, and purchase a few avocados as quickly as you can.
If you love the taste of guacamole but feel the desire for something with an easier taste, Avocado Cream Sauce is the recipe for you. It reminds me of the flavor that you get when you mix your guacamole with sour cream to make tacos or burritos.
Smooth, tangy, and rich, without being too heavy avocado cream sauce has become among my latest favorite things.
It is a great match It is a great match between Mexican and Southwestern Flavors, and almost any type of meat. Sprinkled over the top or used as a dipping sauce there’s no limit on the variety of ways to serve avocado-based cream sauce.
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In addition to being utterly amazing, it can’t be simpler to prepare. Simply put two avocados that are peeled and ripe in the blender with sour cream as well as lime juice and garlic. Blend until the sauce is smooth.
If you’d prefer using Greek yogurt to make the sauce made with avocado in place of the sour cream. I’ve used the sauce in both ways and liked both equally. In the event that you’re making use of Greek yogurt, make certain to select a yogurt that is unsweetened and plain.
I garnished the sauce with freshly chopped cilantro leaves, but it’s not required. The sauce is delicious served plainly.
This sauce is stored in the refrigerator for up to two days, provided it’s tightly covered using plastic wrap.
When we make the avocado cream sauce, it doesn’t seem to stay long enough for us to have leftovers to think about. We ate every drop of sauce every time that I cooked it.
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Equal parts creamy and tangy with a silky texture this sauce can also be referred to as “Avocado Crema” if you’re looking for something fancy.
Whatever you want to call it this sauce is amazing to taste. The two recipes that I’m about to will share will feature the most delicious meats that you can dip into the new avocado sauce you’ll be dipping into.
This avocado-based cream sauce is light enough to serve as a sauce for dipping, yet large enough to stand up to burritos and tacos as well as nachos, and many other foods.
I also recommend you make this sauce with crispy cooked potatoes or roasted veggies for breakfast tacos with, on top, under or on top of anything else you’d like to dip in it.
You can go completely avocado-crazy with this crema and dip Avocado egg rolls in this creme.
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Seriously, however, you decide to serve it, it’ll be a success. We prepared this sauce twice over the course of two days and it disappeared within minutes.
We can’t resist! It’s one of my favorite ways to cook avocados.
When you’re cooking using avocados it’s enjoyable to think outside of the guacamole jar by making Avocado Chicken Salad Bacon Avocado Tomato Pasta Salad and this yummy fresh Corn Dip with Bacon and Avocado.
Avocados are a favorite ingredient in my smoothies with fruit, as well, such as the one below. Apple Avocado Grape and Banana Smoothie I shared a few years back. Avocados can help create smoothies that are rich and creamy without adding any avocado-like taste at all.
Avocado Cream Sauce Recipe
Place the avocado as well as yogurt, garlic, and lime juice into the blender. Blend until smooth. Add salt and pepper according to preference.
Transfer to a serving bowl and serve right away or cover tightly, pressing the plastic wrap on top of the sauce and then sealing with an airtight lid.
The sauce can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 48 hours if you are able to keep it that long.
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Place the avocado yogurt, garlic, and lime juice into the blender. Blend until it is completely smooth. Add salt and pepper according to your preference.
Transfer the sauce into the platter and serve right away or wrap tightly, pressing plastic wrap over the top of sauce prior to sealing with an airtight lid.
The sauce can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 48 hours, provided you ensure it stays for that long. Enjoy!