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CHILLED AVOCADO & LIME SOUP RECIPE

This delicious chilled avocado soup recipe is quick and easy to make with yoghurt and lime juice and is a perfect summer entrée.This delicious chilled avocado soup recipe is quick and easy to make with yoghurt and lime juice and is a perfect summer entrée.This delicious chilled avocado soup recipe is quick and easy to make with yoghurt and lime juice and is a perfect summer entrée.

This avocado soup is the perfect summer entrée – yoghurt and lime juice add a little bit of tang and with a cilantro garnish, there’s nothing dull about this fresh soup. It is perfect for warm summer nights and is super simple to whip up. We’ve been using this recipe for years and it never fails to disappoint! Some chilled avocado soup recipes call for onions or chile – the recipe is so simple so it’s easy to experiment with added flavors. Create your own version of this delicious soup and I’m sure you’ll be making it for summers to come! See below for the full recipe…

Chilled Avocado Soup
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Ingredients
  1. 2 medium avocados, peeled and diced
  2. Juice of 4 limes
  3. 1.5 cups of low-fat yoghurt
  4. Dash of tabasco sauce
  5. 3 tablespoons roughly chopped coriander
  6. 1 cup cilantro, for garnish
  7. 1 cup cold chicken stock
Instructions
  1. 1. In a blender or food processor, mix the avocado flesh and lime juice until smooth. Add the yoghurt, tabasco, and chopped coriander and blend well until smooth again.
  2. 2. With the motor still running, add the chicken stock and process until the soup is smooth and at your desired consistency. Season to taste with salt and pepper and garnish with cilantro leaves. Chill well.
Adapted from Leith's Latin American Cookery
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17 Comments

  1. Lesley Johnston wrote:

    my BFF always make nachos and presidente margaritas!!!

    Posted 5.4.15
  2. I think the Sriracha Avocado Ten Minute Tacos from the sponsor site might become my new favorite Cinco de Mayo recipe! My email is dhsauers(at)gmail.com.

    Posted 5.4.15
  3. Ashley Bree Perez wrote:

    I would love to try the sriracha avocado ten minute tacos 🙂 My email is perezashley60@hotmail.com

    Posted 5.4.15
  4. Emily S. wrote:

    My boyfriend and I love to make sangria and vegetarian nachos.

    Posted 5.4.15
  5. Meg Arthur wrote:

    I’d like to make the sriracha avocado ten minute tacos for my boyfriend! arthur(dot)110(at)osu(dot)edu

    Posted 5.4.15
  6. Kristen wrote:

    I’d like to start making enchiladas…I love them, but have never made them myself.

    Posted 5.5.15
  7. Kim Pincombe-Cole wrote:

    We just made the Sriracha Avocado Ten Minute Tacos (because it’s Taco Tuesday AND Cinco De Mayo)! Thumbs up from the entire family!!!
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    Posted 5.5.15
  8. Lynne T. wrote:

    I like to make guacamole and tacos.

    Posted 5.5.15
  9. kelly wrote:

    I like the Zesty Chicken and Avocado 10 Minute Tacos.
    Kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

    Posted 5.5.15
  10. greentopiaries wrote:

    Nothing beats Oaxacan Tacos. My favorite! Thanks for the chance!

    Posted 5.6.15
  11. We love all Mexican food but especially fish tacos! Your soup looks beautiful! aliwill70atgmaildotcom

    Posted 5.6.15
  12. Amy wrote:

    Sriracha Avocado Ten Minute Tacos! Love the look of them 🙂
    amy.lia.0428(@)gmail(.)com

    Posted 5.6.15
  13. Rachael Moshman wrote:

    We love anything avocado, but I can’t handle the spice of sriracha, so I’m going with zesty chicken and avocado tacos! Yum! Your soup looks great.

    Posted 5.6.15
  14. Sandra Meaders wrote:

    The Sriracha Avocado Tacos sound great! sandradmeaders(at)gmail(dot)com.

    Posted 5.7.15
  15. Erica Chao wrote:

    I would love to try to replicate your Chilled Avocado Soup! It sounds delicious. The zesty chicken and avocado tacos sound yummy too! imfromqueenz (at) gmail (dot) com

    Posted 5.7.15
  16. susitravl wrote:

    Crockpot pork carnitas are my all time favorite!

    Posted 5.7.15

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