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  • […] honestly never thought about deep-frying an avocado until just recently when Pam over at My Mans Belly wrote about avocado fries. Pam’s looked amazing with a simple egg wash and Panko crumbs. I […]

    June 02, 2014
  • […] easy one. Honestly, I think the most complicated avocado recipe I’ve ever made was the fried avocados I posted here a while ago. Let’s face it…it’s really not all that hard […]

    May 16, 2014
  • Dr. M

    Looks and sounds GREAT! For a healthier version, use either olive oil or coconut oil, which is the healthiest of all, and takes high heat better than olive oil.

    December 20, 2013
  • [...] honestly never thought about deep-frying an avocado until just recently when Pam over at My Mans Belly wrote about avocado fries. Pam’s looked amazing with a simple egg wash and Panko crumbs. I [...]

    April 03, 2012
  • We have a local restaurant that serves these! YUMMY! I LOVE avocados!

    March 06, 2012
    • Now you can make them at home. Which could be a good OR bad thing. Happy Noshing!

      March 06, 2012
  • [...] Avocado Fries from My Man’s Belly. Lime Sriracha Mayo from A Cozy [...]

    May 09, 2011
  • Deep-Frying Everything But The Kitchen Sink

    [...] honestly never thought about deep-frying an avocado until just recently when Pam over at My Mans Belly wrote about avocado fries. Pam’s looked amazing with a simple egg wash and Panko crumbs. I [...]

    April 25, 2011
  • Avocado fries, how genius! I am definitely going to bookmark and try these, I’m sure they are wonderful! And you’re so right on the ex-Hollywood crushes. Mine was Kirk Cameron from Growing Pains…I wonder what became of him!?

    March 05, 2011
  • wow…the avocado fries are looking amazing. I have never tried it but am sure wud love it. will try this recipe for sure. congrats on top 9 !

    March 05, 2011
  • OMG! YES!! I must try this at home! I love avocados! Top 9!! Awesome!!! ♥- Katrina

    March 05, 2011
  • These look absolutely fabulous! I cant imagine not ever having had these and here they are from my fav foodies genius! WOW< I am a huge fan of avocado would have never thought to fry them…. cant wait to try them.. seriously how did you come up with this fantastic brainstorm? Thank you! BTW Congrats on this well deserved TOP 9 on Foodbuzz! oh and I use to love that DA Tom Cruise until that incident…. one other though I did like alot was Brad Pitt what was up with that one? lol thanks great read here as well!

    March 05, 2011
  • [...] couple of weeks ago I introduced you to fried avocados.  Remember those?  Of course you do…how could you forget them?  As I promised you in that [...]

    February 23, 2011
  • Thanks for sharing this great recipe! I love cooking with avocado and it’s great to have another tasty (and totally unexpected) recipe to add to the repertoire.

    I also run a food blog and will be featuring your recipe this afternoon.

    February 23, 2011
  • Deep Frying Everything But The Kitchen Sink | Tastes better with friends

    [...] honestly never thought about deep-frying an avocado until just recently when Pam over at My Mans Belly wrote about avocado fries. Pam’s looked amazing with a simple egg wash and Panko crumbs. I [...]

    February 22, 2011
  • I like the sound of crispy fried avocado!

    February 15, 2011
  • Would rather be alone with your fried avocado than those three any day!

    February 12, 2011
  • Joe

    Just deep fry them.

    Cut them into 1/2″ slices – salt them.
    Stand on kitchen paper to dry them.

    Deep fry till ready.

    February 10, 2011
  • YUM! Avocado is one my top 3 favorite foods, so these look AMAZING! I know you said that you served them with other things, but if you ate them on their own, do you dip them in anything? I’m trying to imagine how they’d taste with different dips… Anyways, regarding the 80′s crushes, I had the weirdest crush on Joey from “Full House.” Yeah, the totally UNhunky one. I was an odd kid.

    February 10, 2011
    • Hi Kathryn –

      These would taste great dipped in chipotle spiked ketchup or for something a little different….take about 1/2 cup plain yogurt and mix with 1-2 tablespoons of lime juice and 1/2 of small jalepeno (minced).

      February 11, 2011
  • Avocado fries? How interesting!

    February 09, 2011
  • Liz

    What an intriguing idea…I do think I’d like these fries!!!

    February 09, 2011
    • I think you will too. The panko keeps them from absorbing a lot of oil, so they’re not greasy.

      February 09, 2011
  • vtkitchen

    wow your relationship advice was depressing. i guess we all get a little messed up over time but people in hollywood are the worst!! yuck, i really cringed when you described charlie sheens teeth!

    February 09, 2011
  • RavieNomNoms

    Haha you relationship advice was pretty funny. I do however really love avocado so I feel like I should try this just to see. I am not a big fried foods person, but I do enjoy them from time to time. Better when it is baked and not fried in my opinion but this I feel like I could cheat for :-)

    February 09, 2011
  • [...] it’s a week of comfort foods.  Monday, I rolled out the avocado fries (comfort upon comfort) and today I’ve got a dessert that will blow your mind!  Three words: [...]

    February 09, 2011
  • White Trash

    Fried foods equate to “white trash”?? What are you smoking, lady?! Have you ever eaten Chinese food, Japanese food, or Soul Food (don’t even try to tell a black person that fried foods are “white trash”)? Fried foods weren’t invented by Americans and are certainly enjoyed by more than “white trash” as you so eloquently put it.

    February 08, 2011
  • wow, thats such a great photo, the photo alone speaks volumes, i got to make those now, thanks for sharing, Cheryl

    February 08, 2011
  • The first time I had something like this was last year at Ciudad in LA. They were unforgettable – Pam, gotta say you have up’ed the avocado with these babies. Nice!

    February 08, 2011
  • Yada

    Forgot to say that the fried avocado recipe is intriguing. My sister loves avocados so I will have to try this recipe during her next visit.

    February 08, 2011
  • Yada

    I had to chuckle at your “Relationship Advise” section. I wouldn’t touch Charlie Sheen or Tom Cruise with a ten foot pole, those two guys are really out there. In regards to James Spader that is another story. I met him and his girlfriend and they are both extremely nice people. He has been with his girlfriend for quite a few years now and they are a lovely couple. He had lost a lot of weight and was looking great when he was in NYC. Plus, as far as I am concerned it is a much greater honor to be a lead on Broadway than to be a lead in a movie…and he has now done both.

    February 08, 2011
    • Oh, make no mistake…I STILL have a mad crush on James Spader. I kept hoping I would run into him when he was shooting Boston Legal, as the studio was very near to my house. I would shop at the Trader Joe’s over there just hoping he’d come in. ;)

      February 08, 2011
  • I gotta cook some of these babies right away! WOW!

    Oh, and your run-down of former Hollywood heart throbs had me LOLing. Ha! Great advice.

    February 08, 2011
  • At a local Mexican dive here, they stuff a ball of crab and cheese into an avacado half, put the other half back on top, then bread and fry the whole shabang. I’ve always been a little nervous to try it – but these, these will be mine.

    Awesome!

    February 08, 2011
    • That sounds fantastic!!!!

      February 08, 2011
  • I’ll be the texture of these is amazing – nice crunch on the outside, soft on the inside. Very original!

    February 08, 2011
  • I would sooooooo eat that!
    Right now.
    And I mean NOW.

    What do you think about a little chili powder or smoked paprika in with the panko? Just a thought.

    February 08, 2011
  • Oh my goodness.. I think I am in love – these are seriously dangerous and are not helping me with my vow to drop a few pounds. But when I spurge, I know exactly what I am making… these!!!

    February 08, 2011
  • Barbara | VinoLuciStyle

    Wow…just wow!

    February 08, 2011
  • Oh, my god….this has got to be the ultimate in delicious fried things.

    February 08, 2011
  • Those photos are hilarious! But being a fried fan…I love this! Makes me feel healthy eating fries. Nicely done.

    February 08, 2011
  • Avocado Fries – Yes, Fried Avocados | CookingPlanet

    [...] Avocado Fries – Yes, Fried Avocados [...]

    February 08, 2011
  • Oh wow…I have not seen something like this…unique and looks so mouth-watering. I can imaging biting into each piece…mmm. I seldom eat deep fried food but I would love to try this one. Thanks very much for sharing.

    February 08, 2011
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    February 07, 2011
  • They look delicious! Yummy, yummy I wish I had some now.

    February 07, 2011

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