Every time that I come to my house, there are always avocados to eat. All kinds of food that come with avocado like salad, toast, tacos you name it. Sounds good, right? Let me explain because it is not a good thing.
When I say their avocados in the house, I don’t mean that we buy avocados in the supermarket, no.
I mean mountains of avocados in case having like ten trees or fifteen trees of avocados, which that was the case. I was eating avocados every day to a point it was coming out of my ears. Not saying it is not a good thing for me; for me, it is the best thing ever.
That was for you, yes, you.
If you are a millennial and like a good millennial, you love avocados toast; then, you might want to keep reading this.
Ok, if you are tired of avocado toast, ok, maybe not tired, but you want to try something good then how cream avocado soup.
Ok, bear with me. Imagine you don’t have bread, but you don’t want to go to the grocery store. The avocados at the right moment to eat them before they turn black, and that would be a disaster if they turn black. Ok, I might be exaggerating, but it could happen. Well, why not make it a soup, so the avocado doesn’t go rancid.
Again this recipe is straightforward to prepare, and you need to follow these next steps.
- In a pot, you need to make the stew either chicken broth o meat broth. (Depending on how creamy you want the soup to add more or fewer cups of stew)
- With a blender, take the avocados and blend them until they have a creamy texture.
- Once the avocados reach that creamy texture, add to the pot of stew and mix. (Don’t forget to put salt or pepper)
There you go, that is how you do it. Take in mind that depending on how many cups of stew is in the pot, you can make less creamy or more liquid. You can also eat it with some appetizers like popcorn and spray it in the soup. I guarantee you it is an excellent soup to start your lunch.