It is slowly getting warmer here, and although the weather is still very pleasant, it will not take long until the humidity increases to the summer level of “hardly bearable”. At this time, the less you do to provoke your body to sweat, the better. And the less time you spend in the hot kitchen, the better.
On these days, if I choose to eat anything solid at all, I like to keep my cooking short and sweet. I love avocados, and most of the time I simply spoon them out of their peel and eat them with soysauce. However, sometimes I want to indulge a bit more, and then I make avocado donburi, which is essentially avocado on top of a bowl of rice with a bit of seasoning. Once the rice is cooked, it is very quick lunch or dinner, which makes it perfect for this time of the year.
I have added a recipe for avocado donburi to my “washoku” page – enjoy! The last time I even took some photos, but I could not find them anymore… I will keep hunting though!
That sounds wonderful, will check out the recipe! I love both rice and avocado, but I’d never thought of the combination (or adding soy sauce) 🙂
It is one of my non-cooking favourites 😉 Make sure you get a ripe avocado, when I was back in Europe I found them hard to find…
You can also make sushi rolls with avocado inside. Here also, you will need something for the taste – soysauce and wasabi make the dish less bland, I prefer it this way.