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This salsa is a little different than your average salsa. It's fresh and delicious and perfect with any grilled meat. Try it at your next barbecue.

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IngredientsServes: 16

  • 1 cucumber, diced
  • 1 large fennel bulb, diced
  • 1 avocado, peeled, pitted and diced
  • 1/2 red onion, chopped
  • pickled chillies to taste, finely chopped
  • 1 bunch coriander, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • salt and pepper to taste

MethodPrep:20min ›Extra time:20min marinating › Ready in:40min

  1. Combine the cucumber, fennel, avocado, red onion, chillis, coriander, honey, lemon juice, salt and pepper in a bowl. Allow mixture to sit 20 minutes before serving.

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Fennel Cucumber Salsa

This is a fresh and unusual salsa. Use it as an appetizer or on grilled meats. The fennel has a surprisingly light flavour. Perfect for summer. Serve with tortillas or sliced baguette.

Original recipe makes 4 cups


1 English cucumber, diced
1 large fennel bulb, diced
1 avocado – peeled, pitted, and diced
1/2 red onion, chopped
1/2 cup pickled banana peppers, diced
1 bunch cilantro, chopped
2 tablespoons honey
3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
salt and pepper to taste


  1. Combine the cucumber, fennel, avocado, red onion, banana peppers, cilantro, honey, lemon juice, salt, and pepper in a bowl. Allow mixture to sit 20 minutes before serving.


Calories: 43 kcal
Carbohydrates: 6.8 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Fat: 2 g
Fiber: 2.1 g
Protein: 0.9 g
Sodium: 43 mg

Roasted Kale and Fennel Salad with Avocado Caesar Dressing Plus 20 More Kale Recipes to Love

I succombed to peer pressure. I jumped on the bandwagon. I’m intoxicated with the sweet promise of a new fangled and healthy twist on one of my favorite meals.

I have a version of a salad nearly every day for lunch and it’s often a dish I’m requested to bring to pot luck dinners. It usually includes some sort of protein (rotisserie chicken, tuna, leftover salmon or chickpeas), fresh veggies (roasted tomatoes or beets, avocados, maybe peas) and just a sprinkling of firm cheese (feta or blue are my faves.)

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A few recipe notes

1. Originally I tried this recipe without stemming the kale leaves, thinking the roasting might soften them enough to make them tender to the bite. While some of the smaller, thinner stalks did soften up and had a nice chew, the larger leaves turned into a tug of war between my fork and my teeth. My mouth did not win. Removing the stalks from the leaves, but keeping them whole leaf, gives the salad a whole new presentation than the small, chopped leaves I usually make the salad with.

2. While I made this salad as a first option for a strictly veggie meal, I did happen to have a bit of leftover baked chicken breasts so tossed a few pieces on for good measure. The licorice taste of the fennel adds a nice sweetness to the leafy kale and a few bites of smokey, toasted almonds add my craveable crunch. Yes, there’s a smattering of feta too.

3. Because the kale leaves are so sturdy, it’s a natural recipe to add a heavier dressing to. This caesar dressing was inspired by Pam’s recipe she shared (hash brown croutons, YES!) with the addition of avocado for even more creaminess and a little anchovy for salty flavor. If you’re afeared of anchovies, you can always leave them out and substitute with kosher salt.


Pork chops
1. Place all dry ingredients into a mortar and pestle and grind to a fine paste. Add olive oil, orange juice and zest, and mix.
2. Rub onto pork chops, cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours, or overnight.
3. Heat grill plate to medium heat, cook pork chops for approx 10 minutes each side, until well seared but tender. Serve with salsa.

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1 English cucumber, diced
1 large fennel bulb, diced
1 avocado – peeled, pitted, and diced
1/2 red onion, chopped
1/2 cup pickled banana peppers, diced
1 bunch cilantro, chopped
2 tablespoons honey
3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
salt & pepper to taste


Combine the cucumber, fennel, avocado, red onion, banana peppers, cilantro, honey, lemon juice, salt & pepper in a bowl. Allow mixture to sit 20 minutes before serving.

  • 1/2 cup diced seeded cucumber
  • 1 small red pepper, diced (about 1 cup)
  • 3 scallions, finely chopped (about 1/4 cup)
  • 1 small jalapeño, cored, seeded, and finely chopped
  • 2 tsp. chopped cilantro
  • 1 Tbs. fresh lime juice
  • 1 Tbs. rice vinegar
  • 1/2 tsp. salt more to taste
  • 1 medium avocado, diced (about 1 cup)
  • Nutritional Sample Size per 1/4 cup
  • Calories (kcal) : 40
  • Fat Calories (kcal): 25
  • Fat (g): 3
  • Saturated Fat (g): 0.5
  • Polyunsaturated Fat (g): 0.5
  • Monounsaturated Fat (g): 2
  • Cholesterol (mg): 0
  • Sodium (mg): 140
  • Carbohydrates (g): 4
  • Fiber (g): 1
  • Protein (g): 1

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on April 14, 2015:

Wow. all of your recipes look and sound delicious! We love avocados and use them frequently in salads, sandwiches, etc. Will be trying some of your recipes soon. Up votes, tweeting, pinning and sharing.

Thelma Alberts from Germany on April 14, 2015:

OMG. I would love to try these recipes when I am in my home country and harvest my avocado fruits from my avocado tree. Avocados are expensive in Germany and I seldom see them in the shops. Thanks for sharing the recipes.

Claudia Mitchell on April 14, 2015:

I can&apost remember if I&aposve commented on this or not, but what a yummy hub on so many levels!

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on June 24, 2014:

Thank you everyone for reading and commenting.

JT Walters: thank you! Have you tried any of these yet? Hope you enjoyed it.

AudreyHowitt, thank you! I could eat avocado everyday!

sassypiehole, yum is right! I hope you have given some of these recipes a try. Enjoy

Lisa René LeClair from the ATL on May 10, 2014:

YUM. I LOVE LOVE LOVE avocado! Thanks for these fabulous recipes can&apost WAIT to try them!

Audrey Howitt from California on April 05, 2014:

JT Walters from Florida on September 23, 2013:

They look awesome. I will have to make it a goal in 2014.

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on September 23, 2013:

JT Walter, aren&apost they delicious? I personally believe the health benefits of avocado supersede the fat content. it&aposs good fat :)

I hope you get to try all the recipes - enjoy!

JT Walters from Florida on September 23, 2013:

Oh, I love this recipe! I make something very similar to it and I live on the stuff. I am told advocado is fattening but I eat them anyway. They are the best! Thank you!

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on August 06, 2013:

WhatToCook, I am very glad you stopped by to read and comment. I hope you have been able to give the Avocado Ranch dressing a try, it is one of my favorites.

Brenda from Springfield, MO on June 22, 2013:

I love avocado and these recipes look really good, I&aposm looking forward to trying Avocado Ranch Dressing soon, thanks for the share.

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on June 21, 2013:

Mekenzie, I did know about the health benefits and it is a great excuse to eat more avocado! I just bought a case from a farmer&aposs market and have been enjoying them quite a bit lately. I hope you enjoy the dressing recipe, you may need to dilute with a bit more water if it is too creamy. Thank you for reading and commenting. I also greatly appreciate the pins, votes and shares.

Susan Ream from Michigan on June 20, 2013:

Hi missolive, What a yummy collection of recipe&aposs using one of my favorite foods - avocado. Did you know avocado&aposs are also very rich in healthy fats - my Doc. recommended I eat more of them to raise the healthy fat number in my blood.

I never thought of using an avacado for homemade salad dressing - I&aposm going to try this one for sure.

Thanks for a GREAT hub. I&aposm going to pin this and vote up+++

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on June 20, 2013:

teaches12345, I just bought a case of small yellow mangoes and have been enjoying one a day. So delicious! Glad you found my hub and I appreciate you reading and commenting - thank you.

Dianna Mendez on June 19, 2013:

The mango avocado over grilled chicken is a great idea and one i&aposll be trying soon. I could eat a mango every day, just sliced with a little lemon juice. Thanks for the ideas.

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on May 24, 2013:

Victoria Lynn, guaca salsa is one of my all time favorites! There are many variations down here in South Texas and many guard their coveted recipes. ohhh so good! Thank you for the pin.

Susie HQ, isn&apost it the perfect season for trying these? You are absolutely going to love the avocado and feta combo. Thank you for your enthusiasm and for reading and commenting, it is greatly appreciated.

Thundermama, thank you so very much.

Darja1981, I need to give one of those avocado smoothies a try. I am pleased to hear you like my assortment of recipes, thank you for reading.

Darja1981 on March 28, 2013:

You have present here so much recipes with avocado, I make avocado only with meat or in my smoothie. Now I know for some new recipes, thanks for ideas.

Catherine Taylor from Canada on January 31, 2013:

Fantastic. my mouth is watering. I love avocados and look forward to trying many of these recipes. Voted up and sharing!

Suzanne Ridgeway from Dublin, Ireland on January 31, 2013:

What a fantastic compilation of avocado recipes!! I LOVE them and all these look and sound yummy, love the first one with feta, my favorite ingredient of all time. Votes +++, shared and pinning for future reference too.

Victoria Lynn from Arkansas, USA on January 31, 2013:

Guaca salsa! Have I missed this hub? This stuff is right up my alley. I love avocados. Pinning for sure!

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on November 24, 2012:

Don Bobbitt, thank you! We have an aunt in Florida and she brought us some avocados. They were delicious. I personally prefer Haas avocados, the tougher skinned ones. My mom is growing an avocado tree, I&aposm estimating about another two years before it yields fruit. Thank you for reading and commenting.

workingmomwm, Thank you very much for the share, I truly appreciate it. I LOVE avocado too! Yum!

tillsonthian, thank you! I appreciate the read, comment and votes. Thank you for stopping by.

KimberlyLake, Glad to share these recipes with you. Thank you for reading and commenting.

everythingdazzles, I&aposm glad to hear you enjoy avocados, they are not only tasty, but they are nutritious too. I&aposm happy to hear you liked the recipes.

BlissfulWriter, they sure are aren&apost they? Glad you liked the hub, thank you.

Jen Card, LOL, I easily get hungry with the recipes I surf through on HubPages. I do hope you get to give these avocado recipes a try. Glad to share and thanks for reading.

Jen Card on November 03, 2012:

I am so hungry now! Beautiful pictures and great recipes. I can&apost wait to try a few. I love avocados. Thank you for sharing these!

BlissfulWriter on October 17, 2012:

Avocados are great. These are great ways to incorporate healthy avocados into one&aposs diet.

Janelle from Houston on October 17, 2012:

Love it! I have a new found love ffor avocado lately. We didn&apost really use it a lot growing up. However, when I went to college in Maryland I found it was used a lot more there. Awesome recipes.

Kimberly Lake from California on October 17, 2012:

These recipes look so tasty! Thanks for sharing.

Mary Craig from New York on October 17, 2012:

Way to use avacados! Voted up, useful, awesome, and interesting.

Mishael Austin Witty from Kentucky, USA on October 17, 2012:

Shared on Facebook so I can go back to it. I love avocado! :-)

Don Bobbitt from Ruskin Florida on October 17, 2012:

missolive- Another great Hub by a real pro!

This one is so informative and useful at the same time.

I am living in Florida now, and other thanwhat I can get from a neighbors tree, the Avocados I get at the supermarkets are nothing like the ones we had available when we spent the winter in southern California in our RV. Anyway, very good hub.

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on October 17, 2012:

RTalloni, thank you! Sorry for the late response, this comment somehow slipped my comment feed. oops! :)

RTalloni on October 03, 2012:

Yay--thanks for this variety of recipes! These will be very helpful!

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on September 26, 2012:

sgbrown, aren&apost avocados great? I&aposm glad you liked finding more than one recipe here. Thanks so much for the votes and the shares. Hey, your blog really rocks!

bridalletter, well, more avocados for you! Not everyone likes them and they are so good for us too. Thanks for reading.

Brenda Kyle from Blue Springs, Missouri, USA on September 25, 2012:

I love avacodo, it is an aquired taste. I will try the wonderful recipes for myself. They rest of the family shys away from them.

Sheila Brown from Southern Oklahoma on September 25, 2012:

I love avocados! I have 2 in the fridge right now! All of your recipes look sooo good! I can&apost wait to try at least 2 of them today. It&aposs awesome to find several great recipes in one hub! Voted up, sharing on my recipe blog and pinning! Thank you! :)

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on September 15, 2012:

Gypsy Rose Lee, thank you! I love em&apos too! Thanks for sharing and great to see you.

Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on September 15, 2012:

Voted up. Thanks for sharing this tasty hub. Sure love avocados. Passing this on.

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on September 11, 2012:

Mckenzie, so glad you liked the overall hub. Enjoy the recipes and thanks for taking the time to read and comment.

Susan Ream from Michigan on September 10, 2012:

Love Avocado&aposs missolive and these recipe&aposs sound wonderful. Nice pictures - Great hub!

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on September 10, 2012:

heartexpressions, sounds like a great choice. I had a variation of the spinach/avocado salad for lunch today. Enjoy!

ambeld, thank you! I appreciate it.

Amber White from New Glarus, WI on September 10, 2012:

Beautiful pictures, Miss Olive! I will definitely be trying some of these dishes!

heartexpressions on September 10, 2012:

Yummy - I love avocados. I&aposll be trying the spinach salad.

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on September 10, 2012:

kelleyward, I think I could eat avocados every day!. Thanks for the votes and shares.

Sharyn&aposs Slant, Thank you! Yup, I LOVE guacamole too. Glad to share these recipes with you and thanks for sharing this hub with others.

Just Ask Susan, Thanks! Haha, you sound like me! I have been known to hide avocados and or servings for myself. Sneaky sneaky! Avocado is great on sandwiches. I especially like it with turkey. mmmm

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on September 10, 2012:

All of these recipes look delicious. I had made guacamole the other day for fajitas and I hid 1/2 of it in the fridge for myself to spread on a sandwich for the next day. I love anything with avocados.

Sharon Smith from Northeast Ohio USA on September 10, 2012:

Great presentation with awesome recipes. My favorite is the guacamole. Thanks for sharing these. I will now share your hub )

kelleyward on September 10, 2012:

Wow these all look amazing. Voted up and shared. BTW your pics are amazing. Can you tell I&aposm hungry?

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on September 04, 2012:

ElleBee, Thank you! Oh, that sounds delicious. Hope you get to try some of these other variations.

ElleBee on September 02, 2012:

These all look delicious! I had a grilled ham, cheese and avocado sandwich for lunch today, but that didn&apost even use half of an avocado so I have more wiating in my fridge for a use! Looks like I&aposll be trying one of these recipes soon :)

Marisa Hammond Olivares (author) from Texas on September 02, 2012:

cclitgirl, making these dishes, photographing and EATING all of this was super and definitely a nom nom nom moment. I&aposm sure you will enjoy giving all of them a try. Thanks :)

carol7777, aren&apost avocados great? They are so good, delicious and good for us. I&aposm glad you also enjoy them and thanks for the shares, votes and pin.

Faith Reaper, thanks you so much. Taking the pictures was fun. Glad you enjoyed the hub. Blessings to you.

unknown spy, tempting isn&apost it?

randomcreative, I enjoy them many ways, plain and simple is great too. I hope you give one of these variations a try.

breakfastpop, me too! Glad to share with you - enjoy!

breakfastpop on September 02, 2012:

Thank you so much for these recipes. I adore avocados!

Rose Clearfield from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 01, 2012:

Avocados are my favorite! Usually I eat them cut up without anything else because their flavor is so good. This may inspire me to start branching out a little, though, I can&apost even begin to pick a favorite here.

Life Under Construction from Neverland on September 01, 2012:

makes me want to buy avocado right now! looks so yummy and mouth-watering. makes me hungry again.

Faith Reaper from southern USA on September 01, 2012:

Wow, seven. These all look delicious and your photos make them even more mouth watering. Amazing hub of great recipes. In His Love, Faith Reaper

carol stanley from Arizona on September 01, 2012:

I always have avocados ready to go. We love them and they are so healthy. Thanks for bringing all these great recipes in one hub. Voted UP and have got to share this on Pinterest.

rjsadowski on September 01, 2012:

A nice selection of recipes and great pictures.

Cynthia Calhoun from Western NC on August 31, 2012:

Oh my goodness! I&aposm tempted to buy a crate of avocados. I NEED TO MAKE ALL OF THESE RECIPES! NOM NOM NOM. Beautiful pictures, layout and lots of good stuff here. My mouth is seriously watering. Voted up and pinned.

Watch the video: Ντιπ με αβοκάντο και ντομάτα γκουακαμόλε. Yiannis Lucacos


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  2. Faumuro

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