Avocado Dressing / Las Vegas, NV Team JEGS chef Nicky Morse -- brings his unique recipes to NHRA fans each race with a new installment of "Quarter-mile Cuisine." Morse takes readers step-by-step through many of his award-winning recipes, the ...
Avocado Dressing / Las Vegas, NV
Team JEGS chef Nicky Morse -- brings his unique recipes to NHRA fans each race with a new installment of "Quarter-mile Cuisine." Morse takes readers step-by-step through many of his award-winning recipes, the same ones he's prepared for countless racers, movie stars, musicians, athletes, fellow celebrity chefs, and government dignitaries over his career. From the knee of his Italian grandmother, to exhaustive training at Ohio's top French restaurant, to stints as a culinary instructor at Ohio State University, Morse's knowledge of cooking is as varied as the recipes he offers.
I call this an avocado dressing because I use it as a salad dressing. It can be used for a number of other items too. It makes a great dip for chips and vegetables, or it is really good on tacos. If you are making any type of Mexican food you can replace the sour cream with the avocado dressing. I have to tell you that it does have some heat that will wake up your taste buds instantly. You will not want to use all of the jalapeno called for in the recipe if you do not like spicy food.
(Makes approximately 1.75 Cups)
1 Avocado (Remove Skin and Seed)
¼ Cup Sour Cream
¼ Cup Buttermilk
¼ Cup Mayonnaise
½ Jalapeno (Fresh /Medium Size)
1 Ounce Red Onion
¼ Cup Cilantro (Leaves)
2 Tablespoons Lime Juice (Fresh Squeezed)
1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice (Fresh Squeezed)
To Taste Salt
- Place all of the ingredients in a food processor.
- Chop until they are a smooth consistency scraping the sides of the
- bowl down as needed.