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Friday, May 04, 2012

Baked Avocado Fritters

Fritters in Indian version is mostly deep fried in oil but baking makes it easier and a guilt free,oil free snack.Avocado fritters sounds interesting ryt? Yes,its indeed a varied experience of fritters with crisp outside cover with chewy bites inside.But definitely all will love it for sure.This is a recipe dedicated to all avocado lovers,I have joined the club lately but its good to be with avocado team (just kidding).This post is in my draft since long but each time I make these they vanish before they reach the table and am devoid of a click.Finally now only did I got the photos to post.The fritters mostly were gulped by my little ones,they just loved that experience.Check this out frenz,its very simple for  a lovely tea time snack!!

Check out other recipe with avocado- Avocado chammanthi/Avocado chutney

avocado 1
all purpose flour 2tbsp
corn flour 1 tbsp
bread crumbs 3/4 cup
pepper powder 1/2 tsp
cayenne pepper 1/4 tsp
water 1/3 cup
salt to taste
oil to spray or line 1 -2 tsp

-Wash the avocado and cut into half,twist and turn to release one half from seed.Poke a sharp knife in the seed and gently lift it up without disturbing the pulp.
-Make straight lines in the pulp with a knife gently (like we cut potatoes for french fries) The knife shouldn't reach the skin and tear.Gently remove the outer skin and this will separate out the long cut pieces.Coat the slices with the spices and salt.

-Make a paste using the corn flour and all purpose flour not very thin.
-Pre heat oven to 400 degrees F and spray a tray with cooking oil or line with olive oil.
-Now,dip each coated avocado slice in the mixture.Remove and roll in bread crumbs.
-Place it on the tray and repeat for other pieces.
-Place it in the oven for 15 minutes,remove and flip the other side and bake for another 5-7 minutes.
-Serve it with ranch or ketchup!!

Servings ~12 fritters

* You can add in your desired spices.And you can either add spices to the flour mix to coat too.
* The fritters are crisp outside and chewy inside.
* You can use an egg white if you're not comfortable with the all purpose flour & corn flour mixture.

Sending this to Bake Fest  guest hosted by Priya @ Now Serving ,Guest Quest,


Kusum said... Best Blogger Tips

I love avocado and so I will love these fritters too! Am surprised to see then so firm after baking! A must try! Thank you for sharing!

Priya Suresh said... Best Blogger Tips

Baked fritters, wat a guilt free snacks..

Spice up the Curry said... Best Blogger Tips

this looks amazing. would love to try

hotpotcooking said... Best Blogger Tips

nice and yum fritters julie

Ola said... Best Blogger Tips

sounds interesting, I have not tried avocado served this way yet!

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cookingvarieties said... Best Blogger Tips

hi julie, i am an ardent avocado eater- especially avocado fresh juice with maple syrup. over here avocado is so expensive- about usd 1.40 for each small size fruit.

As for your fritters, that would be something different and a treat for my taste buds, hmm avocado?- just enough for me alone. ha ha have a nice day

Sensible Vegetarian said... Best Blogger Tips

Julie avocado is a regular in my house hold and this is such a wonderful idea. Very innovative and simply fantastic recipe.

Nalini's Kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

wow!!!that sounds delicious and healthy...

Nithu Bala said... Best Blogger Tips

Great recipe. Love it.

Faseela said... Best Blogger Tips

Julie, as soon as i saw the name "AVacado fritters" i opened your blog....great recipe dear....super tempting and healthy....after all innovative too......

Chocolate & Chillies said... Best Blogger Tips

We have been eating a lot of avocados lately too! Never thought to prepare them like this...great idea! Nice change from just using avocados for guacamole.

Asha said... Best Blogger Tips

Very innovative dish...There is an award waiting for you at

What's Baking?? said... Best Blogger Tips

thanks for sharing a healthy snack. I do love the creamy texture of avocado.

Jeyashris Kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

This is quite healthy

Square Meals said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks delicious :-)


Tisa Jacob said... Best Blogger Tips

This is so unique, Julie, great job- this and the avocado chutney is a far ( and delicious) cry from your everyday guacamole. A must-try!

FewMinute Wonders said... Best Blogger Tips

Julie, I love avocado and I am going to make it soon. This is a very cool recipe. thanks for sharing.Bookmarked it.

radha said... Best Blogger Tips

Interesting fritter. said... Best Blogger Tips

yummy tatsy healthy.....

Shabbu said... Best Blogger Tips

interesting recipe Julie...nice one..

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Prabha Mani said... Best Blogger Tips

Now a days Avocado's became my Favorite fruit :) Very innovative n healthy preparation dear!!
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Cathleen said... Best Blogger Tips

This looks absolutely delicious! I think I could eat those all day! Yum

Achu's Amma's Kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

guilt free delicious and healthy snacks

Hema said... Best Blogger Tips

So healthy and delicious, on my list Julie..

Nisa Homey said... Best Blogger Tips

Healthy and perfect teatime snack.

Unknown said... Best Blogger Tips

This looks delicious

Rosh said... Best Blogger Tips

What a wonderful idea Julie!

simran said... Best Blogger Tips

excellent fritters!they look so good...and all the lovely masalas on them really suit our tastebuds!lovely

Kajal said... Best Blogger Tips

This looks very interesting Julie! Never heard of avocado fritters! and they look yum!

jasna varcakovic said... Best Blogger Tips

I didn't even know you can fry avocado...have to try it!

Gayathri NG said... Best Blogger Tips

Sounds unique n healthy fries...

Soni said... Best Blogger Tips

Delicious and healthy!My kind of snack :)Love it!!

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

love pictures on your blog :) very nice layout.

Reshmi said... Best Blogger Tips

this is so innovative and a nice way to have avacado... wonderful guilt free snack

Manju @ Manjus Eating Delights said... Best Blogger Tips

super idea julie...i love avocado...even my 9 mnth old loves it :-) ithu njan try chueym, definite!!


Rita said... Best Blogger Tips

WOW! I had no idea you could make fritters with avocado; sure looks good.

anjana said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow!!so innivative and delicious fritters..great recipe

Unknown said... Best Blogger Tips

great way to enjoy this healthy fruit..

Sobha Shyam said... Best Blogger Tips

i have tasted avocado fritters in mexican restaurant, but those are deep fried and I didn't like them as it was like killing of that yummy fruit, so oily and not really tasty..baking sounds great and sure a healthy option :)

Teena said... Best Blogger Tips

Tasty and healthy version!! I would love to taste this!!