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I am so excited to share one of my favorite recipes of all time! It is creamy, fresh, and delicious. So, if you are an avocado fan, this recipe is especially for you. Don’t miss out!
Like I mentioned in my homemade guacamole recipe, avocado is one of my all-time favorite ingredients, and that definitely has something to do with the fact that I grew up in a place that had tons of avocado trees. As a result, I am always looking for ways to incorporate avocado into my daily meals and this recipe is definitely a favorite. The addition of fresh basil gives it a touch of freshness that makes this perfect for these sunny days.
To make this dish even more irresistible, I added a delicious chicken sausage that I found at the store, and it complemented the pasta perfectly. My whole family loved it and my boys even were willing to eat some veggies like this corn!
The avocado pasta sauce has a slightly thick consistency, which makes it creamy. It is important to make this dish right about the time that you are ready to eat it so that the avocado is perfectly fresh. I like to add some fresh salt and pepper to the vegetables that go along with this meal, but that is up to you and your tastes, so feel free to make any changes that you would like.
I hope you enjoyed this, and don’t forget to tell me how you liked it in the comments.
Creamy Avocado Alfredo
- 3 Large Avocados
- 1 Package of spaghetti
- Juice from 2 limes
- 2 cloves of garlic
- Fresh basil
- Salt Pepper, Oregano, and Cumin to taste.
- Olive Oil
- Chicken sausage cut into slices
- Cherry tomatoes cut in half and lightly cooked in olive oil
- Green Beans
- Cook the spaghetti according to package instructions
- Cook the sausage according to package instructions, cut into slices, and set aside
- Blend the avocado, the lime juice, the basil, the garlic cloves, the salt, pepper, oregano, and cumin, with a small amount of olive oil.
- Combine the mixture with the cooked spaghetti, and heat together.
- Serve with the sausage, tomatoes, green beans, and corn.