This is not only easy to prepare & beautiful on a plate but somewhat healthy, so we don't feel too guilty eating one too many! This is one of our favorite movie snacks and it also makes a great hors d'oeuvres at a dinner party. Our avocado sauce is lighter and very refreshing compared to regular guacamole, but if you're running out of time, traditional store-bought guacamole will do just fine! —Culinista Annouchka
avocado, peeled, pit removed & quartered
English cucumber, peeled and quartered
lemon, juiced (more if needed)
Fresh ground salt & pepper
bag of multigrain tortilla chips (we really like the FoodShouldTasteGood variety in “multigrain” -which are gluten-free- or “the works”) – you can also use toasted spicy lahvosh*
1 1/2 pounds
wild caught large shrimp, cooked
1 1/2 cups
avocado sauce (see recipe above)
fresh chives, finely chopped
In This Recipe
Put all the ingredients in a food processor and pulse together for a few seconds. Place in a bowl and season with fresh ground salt & pepper. Set aside.
Place whole chips (or 2 inch pieces of toasted lavosh) on a large serving platter then add a dollop of avocado sauce, top with a shrimp & sprinkle with chives. That’s all there is to it.
To make toasted spicy lahvosh – which is a thin, crisp bread native to Armenia:
Preheat 350F. Place the 2 pieces of lahvosh on a baking sheet and drizzle with olive oil, coating the bread evenly. Season with salt, pepper, fines herbes mix and Moroccan spices (mix of paprika, crushed chilies, garlic, green cardamom, onion, coriander). Place in the oven for 10-12 minutes (until the bread is crunchy). Let cool and break into pieces. Ideal for dipping or toppings!