Avocado Steak Boats

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Step 1: Things You Will Need

Note: This should make 6 steak boats

3 Avocados

2 Pounds of thin cut steak

1 1/2 Cups shredded Cheese (I used Pepper Jack)

1/2 tsp Salt

1 Tablespoon lemon juice

4 Tablespoons salsa

Step 2: Making Your Guacamole

1.Carefully cut avocados in half and spoon the insides out into a large bowl.

2. Rinse the skins out and set them aside for now.

3. Mash your avocados into a paste and add your salsa, salt, and lemon. Then mix everything thoroughly.

Step 3: Making Your Steak Boats

1. Season your meat with a basic dry rub. I just used a little salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion power.

2. Fully cook your steaks on the grill, then cut them into little pieces.

2. Mix your meat it in a bowl with about 1/2 to 2/3 your guacamole.

3. Spoon your mix into the avocado skins, add some shredded cheese, and press everything down firmly.

4. Place your boats back on the grill for a few minutes to let the cheese melt and guacamole heat up.

5. Serve with a little guacamole and salsa on top if you want to make it look extra fancy.

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    crapsoupGeneral Zod

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    I understand your concern over the lack of bacon fattiness in this recipe, but have no fear. I shall never slip into the dark and dreadful world that is known as "health food"

    Although not entirely "healthy", it's definitely "optimized" - the lack of fatness and you use avocado, which, all we know, is healthy as fu**. How do you find the taste of avocado? I like to eat healthy, but never really find a way to eat avocado so I could like it.

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    diamondemb

    4 years ago

    Great pictures. Looks very tasty.
    It would also be good in a potato skin. Just sayin'.

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    crapsoupdiamondemb

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Hey, thanks! They where tasty. And these would be good in baked potato skins, maybe use a sharp cheddar cheese. Sounds amazing!