Sometimes you need prettier pieces of avocado—here’s the best way to cube it.
Avocado is one of my favorite foods, and I’m far from alone. Cute little neat chunks make a dish look extra special. (Obviously this isn’t of particular interest if you are making guacamole or another type of avocado dip like Avocado Pesto Dip or Creamy Avocado Dip or a sauce, like the one for Mexican Pizza with Avocado Crema.
But it is of interest if you want nice unmushy cubes. Like, for instance if you are making these dishes:
or even if you want a bowl of avocado to top a great chili, like:
And there are some other helpful videos you might want to check out!
Freezing Leftover Tomato Paste – never throw away another half-full can of moldy tomato paste.
Peeling Ginger With a Spoon – another plus is that this is a great kid kitchen task
Fruit Salad on a Stick – fruit salad get much more interesting when it is kebabed
Writing With Melted Chocolate – cupcakes and birthday cakes are inscribed in a flash with a bag of chocolate chips
Slicing Scallions Cleanly – no more daisy chains of scallions
Mincing Garlic Super Fine – garlic that will blend right into to dressings, sauces, and so on, without those unpleasant big chunks