Crispy Baked Avocado Fries & Chipotle Dipping Sauce

M C.: "Awesome dip didn't gave time to make avocado fri…" Read More


  • 2 avocados (large, sliced)
  • 1/2 lime (optional)
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 1/4 cup flour
  • 1 egg (lightly beaten)
  • 1 cup panko bread crumbs
  • 2 tablespoons oil
  • dipping sauce (Chipotle)
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NutritionView more



Calories610Calories from Fat420
Total Fat47g72%
Saturated Fat6g30%
Trans Fat
Calories from Fat420
Total Carbohydrate48g16%
Dietary Fiber17g68%
Vitamin A
Vitamin C

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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M C. 16 Sep 2017
Awesome dip didn't gave time to make avocado fries
Katie Kiel 14 Apr 2017
I found these bland and hard to make. Too much effort to make something that was just kind of "meh." Needs more salt and spice and probably more panko and parm.
Sam R. 15 May 2016
I didn't seem to like as much as all the other reviews I found in slightly bland. Next time I will add som more spice to the panko. The sauce was good though. Next time I might add some Parmesan maybe to the panko and more salt
Amanda J. 12 May 2016
Pretty tasty! The steps to make it were easy, but it was still a lot of work with all the dipping. The kids did like it!
Ann H. 1 May 2016
I tried it and it was awesome!!!! Quick and easy, and sooooo delicious! Yes I'd make it again and again. Hubby loved it!!
Evelyn R. 1 May 2016
I did not have all ingredients from this recipe, so I improvised. One avocado, sliced and sprinkled apple cider vinegar on sliced avocado and then rolled in seasoned fish fry. Placed in silicon pan and placed in oven using no oil at all. Came out perfect for me. Great snack.
J.R. R. 28 Apr 2016
Wow! Just made these (eating them now!) and they are simply DEEEEElicious! A definite 'will make again'! Now I'm sending my vegan son the recipe. To keep them low-carb, I crushed some fried pork rinds and used them as a coating with the egg. Thanks!
Emma Kate W. 26 Apr 2016
I made these with a friend of mine and they turned out to be amazing! They put a really nice twist on your typical french fry. Very good!
Carol M. 26 Apr 2016
When we lived in MD we would go to this restaurant to eat but mainly because of this appetizer! I am so glad for the recipe and it tastes exactly the same!!! Thank- You! CM
Jerry F. 25 Mar 2016
I loved this recipe! Nice and crispy on outside yet smooth and creamy on inside. I'm making this for an after dinner snack at my next get together. Delicious! I made my own sauce but im gonna try the chipotle dipping sauce too.
Camila I. 20 Mar 2016
Delicious!!! Better than fries and with all the healthy avocado fats. Will definitely make it again.
Nancy P. 19 Mar 2016
I have to modify for gluten free/dairy free eating; I use a gf dry baking mix for the flour and dried crumbs from Rudi's gf bread for the crumbs and make a dipping sauce from sour cream substitute, Imo isn't available where I live; have to look for another sour cream substitute or use coconut milk/cream...**** rating on what you have already in the recipe.
Patrick C. 19 Mar 2016
Fantastic! My guests loved it. They all said it was very original and unique. Thank you. The combination of the Avocado ao and other ingredients worked very well together to create a fiesta in your mouth!
Patricia B. 19 Mar 2016
if you substitute almond flour, eggs whites and ezekiel bread crumbs and avacado/coconut oil it brings down the fat...1 avacado is 368 if you put nothing on it, but the benefits outweigh the calories...for the sauce, you can substitute some of the avacado for the mayo or use vegan is the totality of what you eat and not just 368 calories in one good more healthy fats and it will be great and stop not eating things because of the calorie is a tad short for that