Nothing screams "seventies" like avocado, or "eighties condo" like that all-white kitchen with the laminate cabinet doors.
For the avocado Chutney Place all the ingredients in a small bowl.
For each portion, set a breast on the bottom of a warm plate and set a large spoonful of avocado chutney alongside it.
Place a sheet of plastic wrap on the surface of the avocado chutney and store, chilled.
Of note: The bracketed [a] in the titles means that this is an avocado, as opposed to a male [m] or female [f].
avocado, a-vo-k′do, n. the alligator-pear, a West Indian fruit.
The avocado pear-tree, I should think, has no relations among trees!
The avocado is easily reproduced by budding and grafting, and the best varieties may be obtained in this manner.
I will be sure to send some avocado plants from Los Angeles to Wardha.
avocado pears or alligator pears are pear-shaped, but look more like green and brown fresh figs.
1763, from Spanish avocado, altered (by folk etymology influence of earlier Spanish avocado "lawyer," from same Latin source as advocate (n.)) from earlier aguacate, from Nahuatl ahuakatl "avocado" (with a secondary meaning "testicle" probably based on resemblance), from proto-Nahuan *pawa "avocado." As a color-name, first attested 1945. The English corruption alligator (pear) is 1763, from Mexican Spanish alvacata, alligato.