you can call it as you like: AvBuffMa, BuffAvMa, MaBuffAv, MaAvBuff, BuffMaAv 🙂
This easy cold dish is a great starter. Great in looks and taste!
All three components are creamy and tender in taste, but still just have the consistency to cut them into small cubes and pile them up.
The three very different tastes of the avocado, mango and mozzarella will be gently combined by this outstanding honey (and for me definitely a sprinkle of chili) vinaigrette.
- 1 avocado (make sure to get one that is creamy in taste, but not mush yet)
- 1 bufallomozzarella
- 1 ripe mango
- 1,5 limes (you could use the other half for decoration
- a small bundle of ruccola
- 1 tabe spoon of acacia honey
- 3 table spoons of olive oil
- 1 clove of garlic
- Black pepper
- For the garnish i choose black sesame, pignolia and chili
- Cut the avocado, mozzarella and mango into small cubes. I know that not all peaces will come out as perfect cubes, but the more neat cubes you produce, the better the result will look in the end.
- Marinade the Avocado with a pinch of salt, pepper and the juice of half a lime. This will prevent the avocado meat to darken from oxidation and avocado just loves lime. There will be more lime coming with the vinaigrette, but the avocado can do with this little extra.
- place the 3 layers of avocado, mozzarella and mango over each other in a garnish ring. You could also use a wine glass or any other transparent jar. gently press everything down with the palm of your hand. Leave the ring on for a minute so everything sits tight before removing it.
- use the mixer to make the vinaigrette. just put all the engrediences, ruccula, honey, 1 lime, garlic, olive oil, salt pepper into the mixer and mix till it´s a smooth puree.
- sprinkle your little towers with black sesame and pignolia.
- Serve and only pure the vinegrett on top at the table. it´s a lovely effect and your guests will love the intense green melting over the lucent orange of the mango.
- you could serve this with some grilled garlic bread or nachos. Guten Appetit!
And here a little how-to video for you: