I love Avocado and I love eggs of all kind. I've been trying to mix up how I eat this pair recently and came up with a very simple combination that makes a great "salad" or spread! I've enjoyed mine on top of salad, as a dip for vegetables or between slices of bread.

Step 1: The Ingredients

1/2 Haas Avocado, ripe (ripe enough for Guac)

1 hard boiled egg


Step 2: Mash the Hard Boiled Egg

Using the fork mash the egg into a paste like consistency.

Step 3: Peel and Dice the Avocado

Remove avocado from the peel (I used a spoon for this). Turn the avocado over and cut it into cubes (I did vertical strips and then horizontal.)

Step 4: Add Avocado and Mash

Also add salt and pepper to taste.

Step 5: Thoroughly Mix the Two Together

This is a good serving size for one sandwich or a snack!

<p>I did it!</p><p>It is excellent. A perfect blending of two different tastes.</p><p>Thank You,</p><p>Mickey</p>
<p>I made it and I made it again and again and again. It's very very good.</p><p>Thanks for shearing. </p>
<p>Sounds like it would make a good base for a lot of different flavor variations - a little cilantro, for instance.</p>
<p>Cilantro is great! I LOVE bacon with it too!</p>
<p>Sabreno, I'm having some people over tonight and I'm gonna make up a big batch of this, split it into four parts, create different &quot;variations&quot; (love the bacon idea, and gonna do one with baby shrimpies) - and put it all out in a divided dipping bowl for people to snack on. If my party doesn't make the front page of the New York Times I shall have words with their food editor.</p>
<p>I feel like one with pimento cheese might be an interesting combo! Good luck at your party!</p>
<p>It went very well and the dip was a hit, especially the versions with cooked baby shrimp and crab meat. I did add a dash of lemon juice to keep the avocado green, and mixed in the seafood ingredients just before serving. I kept the serving dish on ice. None of it lasted long enough to know if the lemon trick worked or not!</p>
<p>&quot;Sabreno&quot;?? Sorry, SabrenA!</p>
<p>Two days ago I was wondering if such a thing existed. Now, boom, here it is with instructions! Looks yummy!</p>
<p>It is my favorite! Let me know what you think if you try it!</p>
OK, I made some and it was delicious! I ate mine with corn chips. I did add just a whisper of mayo to the eggs as I mashed them, and then a bit of black pepper. Good Stuff!
Putting lime juice or lemon juice in anything avacado keeps the pretty green color and prevents the whole lot from turning brown. I am not sure if vinegar does the same thing, but I suspect it does. This combo sounds delicious. Perhaps some finely chopped green onions would be a nice garnish for the dips? Really nice Instructable.
While many are &quot;hacking&quot; your recipe I'll join that group..<br>A little white pepper and vegan mayo.. Maybe..
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<p>I make something similar with egg, cubed avacado, tomato, s&amp;p, with either lime juice or balsamic vinegar. Its more a summertime thing, but awesome!</p>
<p>Put de lime in de 'cado and mash it all up...put de lime in de...</p><p>Summertime!!</p>
<p>Sounds delicious! My husband isn't too much into tomato but he loves lime juice, we'll have to try it.</p>
I've made this before, but with the addition of salt, pepper, and lemon juice. makes a good sandwich so long as the bread is toasted.
Simple and looks delicious! I will definitely try this - thanks for sharing :)
<p>Absoultely! Let me know how it goes!</p>
sounds delicious! I will try this.
<p>Be sure to let me know how it goes!</p>

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