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Friday, March 2, 2018

Avocado Tomato Pasta

My latest creation is an entirely original idea, well to some degree. I had seen a recipe that included avocado in the blender that ended up with pasta. After searching around I did not find anything close to what I at least thought it was. So after a couple of days of brain storming here it is.

Avocado Tomato Pasta.

Chop and place your Cherry Tomatoes, Olives, Red Onions into a small bowl fold with your salt, pepper and garlic. Then place all
blender ingredients into a blender and blend. Set aside the juice from
the white kidney beans [Cannellini beans] and add a little at a time
until you can get your mixture to blend.

Now get that pasta going, saved it for last so that it would be hot when your blender mix hits it. I prefer Penne pasta for this kind of recipe but feel free to substitute of course.

As soon as your pasta is done serve into bowls, add blender mix and fold in thoroughly. Then gently fold in your olive, tomato and onion mix. Serve.

I will definitely update this even though I think it came out great, there's lot's of room for improvement. But I will try to leave the post alone and add additional updates at the bottom of the page.

Ingredients for the Blender

2 - Avocados
½ Can of Cannellini Beans
Nutritional Yeast - 3 Tablespoons
1 ½ Tablespoons Ground Flaxseeds
2 - Fresh Garlic Cloves
1/4 Cup of Fresh Lemon Juice
Pinch of Pink Salt, Pepper, Garlic

Ingredients to Be Mixed and Set Aside

Cherry Tomatoes [halved/quartered]
Red Onions [minced]
Black Olives [quartered]
Pinch of Pink Salt, Pepper, Garlic

Looking forward to your input and comments. Please feel free to add those below.



Avocado Tomato Pasta

My latest creation is an entirely original idea, well to some degree. I had seen a recipe that included avocado in the blender that ended ...