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I got this recipe from Vegetarian Times (Pg. 52, August/September 2012) magazine. It's actually a Chloe Coscarelli recipe also in her new cookbook, “Chloe's Kitchen”. This was soooo good. We just ate it tonight and I am so stuffed just from eating these alone. I didn't even end up making a side dish as this makes 20 potato halves. I made a few changes to the recipe but they are more additions than anything else. I doubled the cumin because after taste testing (Always taste while you cook. How would you know if you need to fix something if you aren't tasting???) it, it was evident it needed a little bit more kick. Considering the small size of limes out here in Texas, I also doubled the lime juice. Really you can't go wrong with this recipe. It's vitamin packed and vegan! For vegan, it's VERY tasty! We even had non-vegetarians over and they voraciously ate up their whole plate full! According to Vegetarian Times, 1 serving (2 potato halves) has 174 cal; 3g protien;, 9g total fat (1g sat fat); 22 carbs, 0 mg cholesterol, 131 mg sodium, 5g fiber, 2g sugars. This doesn't include all of the vitamins and minerals that this baby has packed in it as well! This would be awesome for the super bowl or a big party! MOM; THIS IS ONE OF THOSE AVOCADO RECIPES THAT YOU WOULD DIE FOR. She's really into avocados, I just needed to make sure I had her attention!
What else could I possibly add to this scrumptious treat?
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