Today we do everything differently! Usually there are only recipes from me on the Blogbut Carina's stuffed avocado sounded so good - I just had to share it with you.
Carina specializes in a healthy fitness kitchen, so you'll find plenty of low carb meals and stuff on her blog. In addition, there are also some fitness tips and travel reports on their side.
I got to know Carina at a book presentation, we connected & luckily have kept in touch since then. After watching her Instagram carina_berry and her blog www.carinaberry.com I almost melted! The preparation and above all the attention to detail in their food creations stand out totally. Everyone who owns a "sweet tooth" will definitely get their money's worth there. In addition, she is a mega athletic person, which keeps her motivated to do something. She loves to take her daily life with her, especially about the Instastories - so just drop by if you want to know more.
Now Carina will tell you how she came to the delicious idea and explains the recipe.
Hi, dear ones. I am Carina!
So happy to share one of my healthy fitness recipes with you today.
I have a strong focus on healthy food and recipes where you do not have to have a bad conscience after eating!
As I am an incredible sweet tooth, I am always looking for ways to substitute unhealthy ingredients in recipes like muffins, brownies or cakes with lighter alternatives. That's why you will find a lot of fitness desserts and sweet breakfast dishes with me.
But today I thought to share one of my favorite low carb salads with you.
My inspiration for this recipe
My trip to Tel Aviv, Israel last year inspired me for this recipe. I always ordered this delicious traditional salad there! Israeli salad is a chopped salad made from finely diced tomatoes, onions, cucumbers and peppers and chili peppers. Called the "most famous national dish in Israel", it serves as a standard side dish to most Israeli dishes. What I really love about this salad is the unique Cilantro flavor. With avocados around every corner in Panama, I wanted to try this recipe in a slightly new interpretation.
- 1 / 2 red & orange peppers
- 1 / 2 cucumber
- 1x onion
- 1x big tomato
- 1x Avocado
- Juice from a lime
- salt & pepper
Chop up all the veggies into little cubes & mix together in a bowl.
If everything is chopped up and you have a nice rainbow of colors, you can put everything in a large bowl and mix well.
Squeeze the juice of one lime and chop the Cilantro and add to the salad.
Season with salt and pepper, mix well again.
Cut the avocado in half and take out the seed. Fill the hole with the Israeli salad.