Yeah, what are you? I believe you are of Italian descent, oh master of Tex-Mex?Gringo!
Have you done that before? How well do avos freeze without turning brown, and how exactly do you freeze them, in the peel or out?Tortillas last night were very good, sour cream lettuce onion ( no onion for wife next time) tomato chicken and salsa. 1 1/2 each very filling. I'm doing these again. I need to freeze some avos for next time.
Have you done that before? How well do avos freeze without turning brown, and how exactly do you freeze them, in the peel or out?
Thanks, I'm doing this soon.You can freeze 2 different ways, whole or mashed up in mounds. I currently have 2 or 3 whole ones in the freezer, and have been freezing them that way for quite a while. I haven't frozen mashed in mounds, but a friend does. She treats the mounds (about half of an avo amount) like IQF veges then bags and pulls out what she needs. I just take them out of the freezer, set on a paper towel and let them mostly thaw. Cut them like you would a fresh avocado, remove the pit and scoop.
Obviously, they have to be ripe. You won't be able to slice them, just use in some kind of a dish where they will be mashed.