That's one reason why AvoClassic Mix 'n Dip Avocado Salsa will knock your chips off.
It's half avocado, half salsa, each in its own stay-fresh-until-opened plastic pouch. Mix the avocado with the diced tomatoes, onion, and jalapeno peppers and you've got a chunky dip with plenty of heat (to tone it down, add less salsa).
The one-two punch of avocado and salsa wilt keep your taste buds happily ping-ponging between creamy and zingy. Bonus: the tomato-laden salsa dilutes the avocado, so that each two-tablespoon serving has just 50 calories--about half what you'd get from AvoClassic's regular Guacamole.
Slice up some red or green peppers and prepare to dip. Or forget the store-bought tortilla chips and bake some whole wheat pita wedges at 350[degrees] for 10 minutes. Or serve AvoClassic as a topping for black bean burritos, grilled fish tacos, or chicken fajitas.
From now on, it's guac around the clock at your place.
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|Title Annotation:||Avocado Salsa from Avomex|
|Publication:||Nutrition Action Healthletter|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2006|
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