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Smoked Salmon Egg Stuffed Avocados

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Smoked Salmon Egg Stuffed Avocados

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  • 4 avocados
  • 4 oz. smoked salmon
  • 8 eggs
  • salt
  • black pepper
  • chili flakes
  • fresh dill
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    Calories510Calories from Fat370
    Total Fat41g63%
    Saturated Fat7g35%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat370
    Total Carbohydrate21g7%
    Dietary Fiber15g60%
    Vitamin A20%
    Vitamin C40%

    * 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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    Hi Liz Hi Liz 3 years ago
    It had very good flavor the combo of the seasonings all went very well together
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    Lexi Kisor 4 years ago
    Great! Easy prep and good flavor
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    Ludo 4 years ago
    Very easy and looks pretty but warm avocado is... hmm.. just not my thing, I guess. I might try this again with fresh (uncooked) avocado, raw egg yolks and salmon,. Will look just as pretty and probably taste a whole lot better... Or just turn this into a salad with a poached egg, avocado and salmon...
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    Deer 4 years ago
    Didn’t like it, salmon tasted like grilled sausage for me. For the looks - one star plus😉
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    david dearborn 4 years ago
    detectible! Made it for my pescetarian friends. used smoked Maine brook trout instead of salmon. Yum.
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    Cole Elbel 4 years ago
    Awesome! Very tasty and perfect for brunch
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    Amy 4 years ago
    This did not go well for me. 1: no instruction on how to smoke the salmon 2: the avocado fall over when in the oven, spilling eggs EVERYWHERE 3: you need massive avocados to do it how described in the recipe. How I made it work 1: Baked empty avacado halves 2: baked salmon 3: poached eggs 4: constructed everything separately After all that, it was super good and I’ll defiantly make this again. I did not use the chili flakes.
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    Reyna Oriol 4 years ago
    Did not like the flavors together and hot
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    Udovas Udovicius 5 years ago
    it didnt say to peal avocados, so i didnt. i think its a mistake. took me some time to peel it afterwards, i didnt want to eat it whole. next time i'll try to peel it before cooking.
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    Louisa M. 5 years ago
    I love this!! I just made this this morning as I had all the stuff except for fresh dill. I used dried dill instead from my spice rack and skipped the chili flakes this time. Absolutely delicious! I did have a hard time getting much in the way of egg whites in the avocados, spilling a lot of egg white out as I tried! I’ll scoop a little more avocado out next time, but I’d rather sacrifice some egg white than too much avocado.
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    Alice Y. 6 years ago
    The only good part of this recipe was the smoked salmon, and cooking the avocados totally ruins their flavor in my opinion. At first glance it looks like a good recipe but it really doesn't taste all that great.
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    Sophia Suarez 6 years ago
    Great concept - but the final result wasn't great. Smoked salmon tasted too salty and the eggs spilled out. This recipe would work if the avocados were extra large and the egg yolks are extra small.
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    Craig Craig 6 years ago
    Hate to write anything bad on a review, I've never written a letter to the editor or to a company about service or a product, however, we did not enjoy the final result. First, the smell that infused the kitchen while it was cooking was not good. I had hoped it would taste better than it smelled. Unfortunately, it did not. Unlike the author, we both did not like the warm avacado. The cooked eggs were inconsistent, as some of the yokes were overcooked and the whites were undercooked . This could be caused by the different sizes of individual avacados and the amount scooped out. The salmon turned out dry on the edges and didnt really add as we expected. I love avacados, salmon, and eggs, just not together in this combination
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    Oana B. 6 years ago
    My family loved this. Super easy to make and they look so fancy :) At first I was worried about scooping out too much of the avocado to make room for the other ingredients. But, it actually tastes better that way as the avocado is then in better proportion to the other ingredients. You can also save the scooped out portion if you really want more avocado. These are great with some simple toast on the side!
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    Vickie C. 6 years ago
    My husband really did not like the combo of salmon and avocado, I was not fond of the warm avocado. I found that the length of cooking did cook the yolk too hard on a couple of servings. I liked the idea of this dish but it did not do what I had hoped. If I did it again I would adjust the cooking time for soft cook on the yolk, might even do a soft boil on the egg to a room temp avocado and salmon. Again the thought was great but adjustments for me would have to be made.
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    Bear G. 6 years ago
    This was delicious! It took me past my love of eggs benedict, into a whole new level. Applewood bacon bits sprinkled on top gave my tongue the BIG "O"!! Happy times!