A creamy, tender, and mellow sauce is full of healthy goodness for your body and mind. Tangerine skin gives mild sweet-tangy, luscious sparks of citrus flavor. The rind has a slight musky bitterness, and mixing it with avocado seed seemed like a good idea, and I just had to test it out. Well, no surprise there, it was a winner!
Originally from South East Asia, tangerines have become a favorite in most households after making their way across the world. They have a refreshingly sweet taste, a thin skin that is very easy to peel, and a healthy snack that’s so easy to carry around. For most people, the sweet citrus flavor that comes with tangerines is enough for them to stock up on it. However, this fruit is a pocket of health and pure nutrition.
Avocados, especially when in season, are a staple in most kitchens. They are creamy, highly nutritious, and pair well with almost every type of food you can think of. In this recipe, we have combined avocado tangerine mix with basil leaves to create a creamy, thick, smooth, sweet, and basil flavored sauce that is absolutely perfect on toast, crackers, sandwiches, dressings, or a side to your meals.
Tangerines play an important role when it comes to supporting your digestive function due to the fact that it is rich in fiber and antioxidants that promote smooth digestion. This fruit is also naturally alkaline, which makes it very good for detoxification. It works in conjunction with your body’s natural detoxification process to bind up toxins and eliminate them from your system.
The potent antioxidants and flavonoids in tangerine make it a great heart health booster. In addition, it can boost circulation by keeping your blood vessels clear of plaque and therefore making them elastic. So the next time you go grocery shopping, stock up on this amazing fruit and make this Avocado Tangerine Mix!
Avocado Tangerine Mix
Nutritional Benefits: Avocado is endowed with healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, potassium, fiber, and potent plant compounds that support the operations of your organs for optimal health, including a healthy heart, seamless digestion, glowing skin, lowered blood sugar, and stronger immunity. Tangerines are very nutritious and are a great source of vitamins A and C, flavonoids, antioxidants, folate, iron, fiber, and potassium. This makes it a great agent of fighting free radicals that have been linked to serious chronic conditions as well as premature aging.
- 1 brown skin avocado
- 1 tangerine, juiced
- 10 - 15 basil leaves
- 1/4 skin of a tangerine
- A pinch of salt to taste
Combien all the ingredients in a blender.
Blend until very smooth and you can add more or less basil to test how you like it. Enjoy!
2.1g Saturated fat
Benefits: Avocado is a full meal in itself; it consists of all nutrition the body needs. Tangerine gives a special tangy taste, the skin consists of special oils, and the white inside is slightly bitter yet especially beneficial for men's health.