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The Avocado and Pear Extravaganza

Laughably Fancy Salad Recipe: The Avocado and Pear Extravaganza!



Get ready to embark on a culinary adventure that’s so easy, it practically cooks itself. Our hilariously posh Avocado and Pear Salad is not just a dish; it’s a lifestyle statement. Follow this recipe, and you’ll be the talk of the town (or at least your kitchen). Let’s dive into the absurdity of making a salad that thinks it’s more important than you are.



Ingredients (because we have to start somewhere):

1 Boston lettuce (approx. 200 g, or just enough to convince people you eat greens)

1 pear (around 150 g, because we’re not making a fruit salad here)

1 avocado (approximately 170 g, because avocados are the divas of the produce aisle)

3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil (45 mL, for that touch of royalty)

2 tbsp lime juice, freshly squeezed (from 1 lime, because we’re fancy but not wasteful)

1/2 tsp Dijon mustard (3 g, because ordinary mustard is so last season)

1 tsp maple syrup (5 mL, because even salads need a touch of sweetness)

1/2 tsp salt (optional, but only if your taste buds are feeling rebellious)

Ground pepper to taste (optional, because who needs rules in the kitchen?)

1 pinch cayenne pepper (optional, just to spice up the drama)

3 tbsp dried cranberries (24 g, because every salad needs a party)



Method (because we’re pretending this is complicated):

Rinse and spin-dry the lettuce, treating it like the VIP guest it thinks it is. Arrange the leaves on a plate as if setting the stage for a Shakespearean play.

Peel the pear, discard its humble core, and cut it into slices so thin they make air jealous. Do the same diva treatment to the avocado—peel, remove the stone, and slice thinly. Arrange them on the lettuce like a masterpiece only Picasso could appreciate.

In a bowl fit for a Michelin-starred chef (or at least a wannabe), combine the oil, lime juice, Dijon mustard, and syrup. Season with salt and pepper, or don’t; we won’t judge. Add a pinch of cayenne pepper if you’re feeling rebellious. Whisk this concoction with a fork until it thinks it’s the queen of salad dressings. Pour it over the salad like you’re auditioning for a food art show.

Sprinkle the cranberries on top, because every party needs confetti. Serve immediately, as if this salad has a red carpet event to attend.



Congratulations, you’ve just created a salad so ridiculously posh that even the vegetables are wearing tuxedos. Share it on social media with pride, and don’t forget to use #SaladGoals to let the world know you’ve mastered the art of making a salad that’s almost as extra as you are. Bon appétit, darling!

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