Stuffed and Batter Fried Avocado

Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Serves: 6 or more
Prep Time:
Cook Time:

Ingredients

3 large avocados (haas) cut in half peeled
2 c cheese, mexican melting (shredded)
1 lb carne adovada pork (small cubes)
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PORK ROAST CUT INTO SMALL CUBES
1/2 CUP OF WATER FOR PORK
2 Tbsp garlic (crushed)
2 tsp mexican oregano
2 Tbsp red chili powder
2 tsp salt
BATTER FOR FRYING
3/4 c flour
1/2 c cornmeal
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1 large egg, slightly beaten
3/4 c milk
YOU CAN ADD A TBSP AT A TIME IF
NEEDED
TO THIN THE BATTER OUT
cooking oil for frying
LEMON JUICE TO SPRINKLE ON
AVOCADO'S

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JoSele Swopes Recipe
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DELTA, CO (pop. 8,915)
JODIE57
Member Since Aug 2010
JoSele's notes for this recipe:
My husband just recently visited a little Mexican Restaurant in Angleton TX, La Casona and tried a wonderful dish...Stuffed and Batter Fried Avocado's They were to die for...They stuffed theirs with beef, beans, and cheese then battered and fried...They took both halves and put them back together with everything in between...
I am making mine as a half because they are so rich...and made with carne adovada and cheese dipped in rellano batter....I don't have a picture as of yet though.....
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Directions

1
Cut in half your avocado's remove the pitts and peel set sprinkle lemon juice and place in air tight container in the fridge till needed....
2
Grate your Mexican melting cheese and set aside....
In skillet brown your pork and add all spices to meat and 1/2 cup of water then simmer 20 minutes with lid on....Till meat has absorbed the spices and liquid...
3
In a semi shallow bowl, mix your batter ingredients...set aside
4
Heat the cooking oil in a deep pot...
drop a bit of flour in oil to check that it is hot enough...
5
Take a half of avocado and spoon a TBSP of meat into it and place cheese on top then carefully dip into batter and place carefully into hot oil...Let cook till golden brown and remove to drain on paper towel...continue on doing the same with the others....You may use my hot dipping sauce or eat as is...Best served when hot...
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user Nancy R Robeyone - Jan 23, 2011
Yum girl!!!! Can't wait to see your pic. What city in TX did you have this and what is the name of the place. I want to check out their menu on-line! Thanks!
user JoSele Swopes JODIE57 - Jan 23, 2011
JoSele Swopes [JODIE57] has linked this recipe with Smokey Standing Rib Roast
user JoSele Swopes JODIE57 - Jan 23, 2011
It was in Angleton, TX, La Casona here is where you can check it out...
www.google.com/#sclient=psy...
user Nancy R Robeyone - Jan 23, 2011
Thanks, never heard of that place, I am sure all of their food was great. I miss Texas so much!

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