Happiness is a fresh seasonal avocado.
It really is.
I love avocado. This may be why I love living in South Africa. Avocados are everywhere and with every dish. YUM!
So for this evenings meal I had to utilize avocados!
Although the recipe is a vegetarian one, I topped it with chicken. But because the actual recipe is strictly vegetarian this is a very vegetarian post!
- 1 ½ cup (600g) wild rice
- 2 medium avocados
- 2 Tablespoons fresh lime juice
- ¼ cup (15g) chopped cilantro
- ¼ teaspoon cumin
- 2 cloves garlic, minced
- Salt and pepper to taste
Cook wild rice as instructed on packaging.
Meanwhile in a medium bowl mash both avocados with a fork until smooth. Add lime juice, cilantro, cumin, garlic, and S&P until mixed well.
Once rice has been cooked, combine rice with avocado mixture and mix well. Serve immediately.
I sliced two chicken breasts over the avo rice mixture and placed a few leaves of cilantro on the chicken.
Honestly the avo rice tastes JUST like guacamole. How amazing is that!? Plus wild rice is delicious on its own so this was heavenly. Just heavenly.
Here’s an interesting fact for you about wild rice. I’m just learnt this and find it rather interesting at least. Did you know that one cup of raw wild rice is equal to four cups of cooked wild rice. One simple cup to four cups, wow.
Anyway, I recently bought two amazing books. I honestly can’t stop reading the one book which consists of many amazing stories. Normally I’m not interested in books that contain several stories rather than just one consistent story, but this book is FANTASTIC! This book is called 101 Kruger Tales – it’s a novel of several extraordinary stories that people experienced while being in the Kruger National Park. The other book I bought was The Elephant Whisperer which is about a man who helped elephants which were damaged by horrible people and such. The best part is that since the man died (about five years ago), every year on his birthday the herd of elephants come to his widows house and pay their respects. How lovely is that!?
Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this recipe.