Avocado is one of my go-to ingredients, and I use it wherever I can. I'd never thought of putting it together with citrus though, and since fennel is...
Siamo tutti d'accordo che mangiare bene sia una delle priorità, non che piaceri massimi, dela vita. Ed ancora di più se ciò che mangiamo ci aiuta a tenere sotto controllo le calorie donando comunque al palato esperienze uniche.
In pochissimo tempo, potete mettere insieme questa insalata: fresca succosa ed elegante allo stesso tempo.
Che sia un veloce pranzo o una cena leggera, o per stupire i vostri ospiti con un'antipasto leggero ma gustosissimo, questo è la ricetta che fa per voi!
per 4 persone
Cut off both ends of oranges. Still using your knife, peel both oranges completely, being sure to remove bitter white pith underneath peel. Cut oranges into discs approximately 3mm wide and tall.
Cut avocados in half horizontally, and with a small twisting motion, separate into two halves. Use a spoon to remove the peel, keeping each half in one piece.
Trim any large fronds from both fennel bulbs. Cut fennel in half, wash under cold running water, and slice into very thin slices either with a very sharp knife or mandoline if you have one handy.
Dice avocados into small cubes, about 1/2cm wide, and place into medium bowl. Dress avocados with olive oil, salt, and a generous dash of lemon juice.
On your individual serving plates, place round pasta cutter or biscuit cutter (you'll use this to create the round shape of your orange/avocado/fennel tower). Inside the cutter, place 3 orange slices, dress with olive oil and salt.
On top of orange slices, create a second layer with seasoned avocado, add a dusting of black pepper. On top of avocado layer, add fennel slices, and dust with oregano, salt and olive oil.
Remove the cutter from your tower gently, dress vegetables with one final drizzle of olive oil, serve.
160 minuti 11 ingredienti 330 kCal
Vanessa Wednesday 9th of September 2020
Tart and light
Avocado is one of my go-to ingredients, and I use it wherever I can. I'd never thought of putting it together with citrus though, and since fennel isn't always an easy-to-source feature player, this salad was a new one for me. But, I LOVE IT! The flavours blend together so perfectly and play off each other with different degrees of sweet, tart, tangy, rich and smooth. It's truly perfection, and worth the extra step to find fresh fennel. Gets me through the winter, that's for sure!