Gluten-free Avocado Fries

Gluten-free Avocado Fries | | #avocado #snack #glutenfree #cornmeal

This is most probably the only Turkish food blog with several avocado recipes since it’s not a typical Turkish food. It is still not that popular in the country, which makes it quite pricy. We love its oily flavor and have it a few times a week in different versions. We would have it more often if it had a more reasonable price. We mostly have it raw as in this Spinach and Avocado Sandwich or in this Egg and Avocado Toast. When we crave for a healthy snack that can substitute for French Fries, we make these Gluten-free Avocado Fries and a chili strained your dip to pair with it.

Gluten-free Avocado Fries | | #avocado #snack #glutenfree #cornmeal

When I searched for a good recipe for avocado fries, I noticed that they all call for breadcrumbs to coat the avocado slices. Inspired by fried fresh anchovies, I use cornmeal instead. So you can make these avocado fries if you have to follow a gluten-free diet. You can definitely use breadcrumbs if it’s ok for you.

Gluten-free Avocado Fries | | #avocado #snack #glutenfree #cornmeal

I wanted to enhance the avocado taste a bit, so I used grated cheese and a litle melted butter in the coating as suggested in Baked Avocado Fries. I used Turkish kasar cheese, but you can use parmesan or mascarpone cheese as well.

We have these avocado fries as a side dish and we love to dip them into a dip made with strained yogurt, salt and chili powder. The yogurt sauce wonderfully complements the oily avocado flavor.

These avocado fries make a perfect snack for game nights too.

Gluten-free Avocado Fries | | #avocado #snack #glutenfree #cornmeal

Gluten-free Avocado Fries
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Cornmeal and cheese coated avocado fries.
Serves: 4
  • 2 ripe avocados
  • 1cup cornmeal
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 4 tbsp grated cheese
  • 1 tbsp melted butter
  • 1 large egg, beaten
  1. Preheat oven to 190C.
  2. Line a baking pan with parchment.
  3. Cut avocados in hallf, peel and slice them into ½ inch wedges.
  4. Combine cornmeal, salt, grated cheese and butter.
  5. Coat avocado slices withegg and then cornmeal mixture. Place them on the parchment and bak efor 20 minutes.
  6. Serve it with a mixture of strained yogurt and chili powder.


  1. Helena says

    I love the look of these, but how many calories & fat do you think it would be for this recipe? I am currently calorie counting and would love to introduce this to my diet every now and again if they’re quite healthy.

    • says

      Helena, Sorry but I don’t have an idea about the calories or fat these have. I don’t think they are high though.

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