Mint & Avocado Dip

Light, easy and ready in under 10 minutes. Seriously. Read the full recipe>>

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(please note that there is a typo in the printed copy and that the hung curd amount should be 1 1/2 tbsp not 1 1/2 tsp.)

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Hey guys! I am having a typical Friday at home rustling things up in the kitchen and trying to use ingredients that I already have because I don't want to go to the supermarket since HK is having its third wave of the virus and the local market isn't exactly empty. Also, if you have been here for a while you probably know that I only like making recipes with easy to get ingredients that take a short amount of time. This recipe if full of nutritious and wholesome ingredients. Read some of these benefits:

Avocado Benefits:

  • Avocados are nutritious

  • They actually have more potassium than bananas!

  • They are loaded with fibers

  • They are great for your vision (so avocados and carrots everyday will keep you away from an eye test!

  • People who eat avocados are less likely to have depression!!

Mint Leaves Benefits:

  • You will have better digestion

  • It cures headaches

  • Treats asthma

  • Treats common cold (especially useful right now)

  • It is good for your skin

Mint & Avocado Dip


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Ingredients for the dip:

2 ripe avocados

1 1/2 tbsp. hung curd

7 -8 fresh mint leaves

1 tbsp. lemon juice

1 tsp. salt

Ingredients for the garnishing:

1/2 tbsp. finely chopped onion

1/2 tbsp. finely chopped tomatoes (seedless)

1/2 tbsp. finely chopped bell peppers (any colour)

1 tsp. jalapenos

Mint leaves


  1. Cut an avocado into 2 pieces and grind it along with all the listed dip ingredients (hung curd, mint leaves, lemon juice and salt) for a minute at high speed.

  2. Now scrape the dip from the grinder into a serving bowl. Garnish it with the listed garnishing ingredients (bell peppers, tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, and mint leaf) and enjoy!

We can use this delightful dip with nachos , tacos , quesadillas and so much more! Enjoy!

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