Avocado Cucumber Salsa over Panko Crusted Petrale Sole
- Avocado – diced
- Cucumber – peeled, seeded, diced
- Spicy green chile pepper – finely chopped
- Red onion – finely chopped
- Lime juice
- Olive oil
- Salt and pepper
To equal amounts of diced cucumber and avocado add green chile, red onion, cilantro. Gently mix with a generous squeeze of lime juice and a splash of olive oil, salt and pepper to taste. Serve with fish, shrimp, scallops, chicken? Or with a finer dice, great with chips, too.
The recipe for Panko Crusted Petrale Sole here.
On my way home from work, I just pull over to the side of the road and shop for all the vegetables for my fresh salsa. Now that’s my kind of Fast Food!
Today marks the One Year Anniversary of Taste With The Eyes.
Having a food blog has been and continues to be a whole lot of fun, a learning experience, a terrific creative outlet, a source of pride, and a way to make new friends. Thank you all.
18 thoughts on “Avocado Cucumber Salsa”
LOL at fast food…these roadside dudes and produce stands are the best.
A little colour like red onion or pepper would pep up your salsa…seafood lovers unite!
PS. Congrats on your 1 yr. blogging anniversary!
The sole looks delicious toppped with your fresh road side salsa! 🙂
Congrats on your 1 year Anniversary! I love coming to your blog..it is an awesome contribution to the foodie bloggers out there.. I can’t wait to see what you have in store for us this coming year! 🙂
Your food looks so yummy. Thats what I want for dinner! Congrats on your 1 year anavarsary!
This avocado sounds and looks very interesting with the sole! A perfect and colourful celebration for your first anniversary..may your years be plentiful of food ahead!
Congratulations, Lori Lynn, on your anniversary. Thanks for sharing your gastronomic adventures. It’s always interesting, educational, and fun going along with you – a true feast for the EyEs!
Hi Peter – It did need onion, and it is minced, but in the main photo, you cannot see it. You are right and that is a key element. Maybe I should sprinkle some on top too?
Mike is great, what a cool thing to have him park right there.
Hi Laurie – cute name Road Side Salsa, wish I would of thought of that for the blog post 🙂 So happy that you read my blog.
Hi Jessy – dinner it is, so glad to have your perspective…
Thanks Ronell, for all the good wishes.
FA – thanks as always, what shall we cook next???
Congrats on a year of great posts! Your salsa looks fabulous!
Lori Lynn, Congratulations on your one year anniversary!! You have such a wonderful blog and I always enjoy my time I spend here. I always “Taste with my Eyes” everytime I come. Looking forward to a whole new year of posts!!
Dear Ann & Marie – thank you very much, I look forward to another year as well.
I love your pictures of Mike and his produce truck. That’s so cool. What a nice selection he has.
Oh, I love those road-side stands. I always buy way too much fun, but who cares? It supports local farmers and makes us both happy.
Wishing you many more years of blogging for your sake and ours.
HI Emiline – isn’t he cute?
Hi Susan – me too. And thanks.
This recipe looks delicious, I love avocado and I’m curious to try it in this recipe. Lovely and interesting blog, Thanks for sharing
Hi Francesca – Welcome! I think you’ll like the silky avocado with the crunchy cool cucumber.
Dear Lori Lynn, I apologize for being so late in offering my congratulations. I did not get this post in my Bloglines until now! Anyway, better late than never: Happy Anniversary!
Hi Simona – thank you, as always.
Oh Amy – you have such a big heart! Thank you so very much!