These crispy Avocado Fries with Garlic Lime Chili Aioli are the perfect appetizer or snack whenever you’re in the mood.

They can be baked in the oven, fried on the stove or made in the air fryer.

Avocado Fries with Garlic Lime Chili Aioli

These are a true family favorite. We’ve been making them since my children were very small, and they are often requested as quick snack or party food for get togethers.

OMG Avocado Fries! Creamy Avocado coated in a spiced breading and fried to perfection.

Served with a wonderfully spicy, citrus twisted Garlic Lime Chili Aioli.

Originally posted April 1, 2012. Updated on December 22, 2021.

Why you’ll love these Avocado Fries with Garlic Lime Chili Aioli

  • Simple to make with only a handful of ingredients, most you will have already
  • Three different cooking methods
  • They are delicious alone, or with this Garlic Lime Chili Aioli or any other sauce recipe you might be craving.

Who knew fried avocado could be so good?

Avocado Fries with Garlic Lime Chili Aioli

What you need to make Avocado Fries

  • Avocado – Fresh Avocado is best, even a tiny bit under ripe is ok. Once it’s getting really soft, you should skip the avocado, because it will be too mushy in this recipe.
  • Eggs – two large size eggs should be more than enough for this recipe.
  • Milk – Doesn’t matter what type, it’s incredible with buttermilk, but is just as good with regular 1% or 2% milk. We have not tried any nut milks or anything with this recipe.
  • Worcestershire sauce – Just a few drops is all you need, but if you want a little more flavor, go ahead and add a few more drops.
  • Seasonings – We use red pepper or chili powder, along with black pepper. It is also excellent with Lawry’s Seasoning, Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning or Old Bay Seasoning.
  • Flour – All purpose flour works best in this recipe.
  • olive oil (only if frying on the stove) – Your cooking method will determine how much you need, or what type. We use olive oil cooking spray for baked or the air fryer, but obviously regular oil should be used for frying. We just recently starting using this avocado oil cooking spray… it’s just perfect for high heat cooking.
Avocado Fries with Garlic Lime Chili Aioli

How to make Avocado Fries

  • on the stovetop, the most traditional method. Simply heat your oil to between 350 to 375 degrees. I use this frying thermometer to check. Gently place breaded avocados into oil, and fry for about 1 minute on each side. Be careful not to crowd them in the pan. They’re ready when they are golden brown.
  • in the oven, simply follow the recipe, but place coated avocado fries on a baking sheet, spray with olive oil cooking spray and bake at 350 degrees for approx. 15-20 or until golden brown.
  • in the air fryer, follow the recipe but place breaded avocado into the basket of your air fryer, careful to keep them from touching so the air will get all around them. Spray with cooking oil on both side. Please keep in mind that all air fryers are different and tend to cook different. I have this OG air fryer, and in mine, I cook them for about 3-5 minutes, flip them and then cook them for 3-5 minutes. I use the french fry setting, but that seems to be roughly about 350-375 degrees. Just keep watch and when you take them out to flip them the first time, determine how much longer you think they need.
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Best Avocado Fries with Garlic Lime Chili Aioli

Avocado Fries with Garlic Lime Chili Aioli

Nicole Cook
Fried Avocado’s. Is there anything better in life? Paired with an amazing Garlic Chili Lime Aioli Dip. Can’t beat it!
4.96 from 22 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Course Appetizers, Snacks and Small Bite Recipes
Cuisine American
Servings 4 servings
Calories 788 kcal

Ingredients
  

For the Fries:

  • 2 avocados sliced into 1/4 inch slices
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 ½ cups milk
  • 1 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • pinch all purpose flour see directions
  • 3 teaspoons Red Pepper flakes
  • ¼ teaspoons ground black pepper
  • 2 cups all purpose flour
  • olive oil

For the Aioli:

  • ¾ cups mayonnaise
  • 3 Tablespoons minced garlic
  • 2 ½ Tablespoons lime juice
  • ¾ teaspoons chili seasoning we also sometimes use taco seasoning

Instructions
 

  • You should mix up the Aioli sauce first, so that it is ready when you’re ready to eat these little babies.
  • Fill a skillet with oil until about ¼-1/2? full. Heat on med-high until a drop if water causes the oil to sizzle.
  • Slice the avocados into approximate ¼” slices.
  • In one bowl, whisk together your eggs, the milk and the Worcestershire sauce. Add a spoonful or two of flour. You’re looking for a smooth consistency but with a little hold. (this helps when dipping everything). I usually start with about a tablespoon and then add about a ½ tablespoon more. Honestly, I’ve found that a single tablespoon is not always enough.
  • In another bowl, combine the rest of your flour, pepper and red pepper or chili powder – you choose which way you want it. We actually used red pepper. Mix it all together.
  • Now, take each slice of Avocado, dip it into the egg mixture and then the flour mixture, then back into the egg mixture then a final dredge through the flour mixture. Set them on a plate until you have them all ready to cook.
  • When ready to cook, choose your cooking method and follow the directions for that cooking method.
  • on the stovetop, simply heat oil and place avocados into oil, and fry for about 1 minute on each side. Be careful not to crowd them in the pan. Remove them to a paper towel. Allow to cool slightly before enjoying. They are awesome warm or cold!
  • in the oven, simply follow the recipe, but place coated avocado fries on a baking sheet, spray with olive oil cooking spray and bake at 350 degrees for approx. 15-20 or until golden brown.
  • in the air fryer, follow the recipe but place breaded avocado into the basket of your air fryer, careful to keep them from touching so the air will get all around them. Spray with cooking oil on both side. Please keep in mind that all air fryers are different and tend to cook different. I have this OG air fryer, and in mine, I cook them for about 3-5 minutes, flip them and then cook them for 3-5 minutes. I use the french fry setting, but that seems to be roughly about 350-375 degrees. Just keep watch and when you take them out to flip them the first time, determine how much longer you think they need.

For the Garlic Lime Chili Aioli.

  • Mix mayonnaise, garlic, lime juice and chili seasoning in a bowl or in the blender. Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour before serving to allow the flavors to marry. Serve on the side of the avocado fries or with any other kind of food.

Nutrition

Calories: 788kcalCarbohydrates: 67gProtein: 16gFat: 52gSaturated Fat: 10gPolyunsaturated Fat: 22gMonounsaturated Fat: 18gTrans Fat: 0.1gCholesterol: 110mgSodium: 423mgPotassium: 860mgFiber: 9gSugar: 6gVitamin A: 1082IUVitamin C: 17mgCalcium: 182mgIron: 5mg
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52 Comments

  1. Jen I can’t wait to see yours. They turned out delicious and I just love the idea of baking/frying veggies to make my kids eat more of them. haha
    Avocados are heaven to me. And I had to giggle at your homemade ranch comment. I absolutely bet they are, I’ll need to do that. (have some sitting in the fridge patiently waiting for something to pair with – I’m making these again today so guess what I’m trying) 😉

  2. Those look absolutely delish! I never thought of deep frying avocado. Hmmmm…. something new to try.
    It’s great to see you are taking part in a monthly writing challenge too. I’ve booked marked you and I will follow along. Looking forward to your posts!

    1. Trish they are pretty amazing. I don’t know why I decided to do it when I did it, but it sounded heavenly and I thought, well – I love asparagus fries so why not use other veggies I love. I’m glad I did. I’m glad you’re following along – the A-Z challenge has been fun so far – can’t wait to show off more of the goodies I made this month. See ya soon!

  3. OMG — now you’ve gone and done it . . . made me actually salivate. ~and I admit to it even though that sounds a bit odd~ Wow, I loved trying asparagus tempura fries and the new A-Fries sound even more tempting. I love the step by step photos and descriptions, as always, Nicole. Wonderful and thank you for creating another delicious dish.

    1. Do you feel the hugs coming across all the miles between us? You always make me smile and say the nicest things to me – you’re so supportive. How did I get so lucky to get to call you a friend? I hope you enjoy these if you decide to try them and give the fur babies a hug from me.

    1. Thank you so much. If you try them, please do let me know what you think. We’re making them again this evening, I am pre-warning you – they are absolutely addicting. I crave them all the time now. haha

  4. Oy my. I must try these. They are going to be amazing!
    Luckily I have everything on hand to have them tonight!

  5. What a great idea. i’ve never seen them before. I love the aioli too. Will make and enjoy these definitely!

  6. I’m not a fan of avocado, but I might just be temped to try these. I know for sure I’d love the Asparagus fries if you did them the same way!! Can’t wait to see more from you during the challenge.

    1. I’m so sorry you don’t like Avocado. That is so hard for me to imagine since I love it so much, but don’t worry – there is plenty in the foodie world I’ll never get on board with either – Brussels Sprouts are one of them. I’ll post my new improved Asparagus fries soon – probably May 1. Unless I collapse from blogging blow out before then. 😉

  7. I’ll be honest, I’ve been staring hungrily at these fries since you first posted them. Had to calm down a bit before commenting 🙂

    Can’t think of much better than a fried avocado.

  8. Looks delicious, and your blog is gorgeous! I’m on the hunt for vegetarian recipes for my husband and I who are not vegetarians. I don’t eat much fried food but I can make an exception for fried avocado.

  9. Hi Nicole,

    Found your site through Twitter…LOVE IT!

    I’m going to try this recipe and link back to your post.

  10. I always try to make and eat different-different recipe from around the globe and your blog have some best delicious recipes so I will try to make and taste some of them specially this one.

  11. Definitely an interesting idea – I love avocados but have never thought about frying them. Will have to give this a try, along with many of your other fantastic recipes.

  12. Oh em gee. These looks freaking fantastic! I came by because of the Blogging from A to Z challenge so I really ought to be commenting on your pizza post, but I don’t eat bacon so…

    However, I love avacado and I’ve never even imagined of having them like this before. I’m totally printing this page out and see these in my near future LOL

    Thank you for sharing 🙂

  13. I might have to try these sometime. I don’t usually eat fried foods, but I might make an exception for these. I remember having fried artichoke hearts as a kid & loving them. Might try that too. Thanks for the follow on twitter & Look forward to visiting again. Drop by anytime @ DearCreatives.

  14. Nicole, I would have NEVER thought of making these myself, so thank you so much for sharing. I love avocado too, and this sounds exactly like my kind of snack. Can you be my mom, too? I don’t need much taking care of, only feeding! I think your kids may have been spoiled by your amazing food too much already 😉

    I’ll have to try and hunt down some avocado to try this (it’s not cheap here in Korea) but I shall persevere. These look to good not to try.

  15. Hi Nicole,
    I saw your link in AtoZ challenge, the dish looks fantastic. I’m going to trying for sure as I love avodacos. I would just say that normally I prepare my own alioli (I’m spanish and alioli is like milk for us 😉 ), the taste is better than when you buy a ready-made mayonnaise

  16. Great minds must think alike! I have these on my blog in a few days.

    These are great with your homemade ranch, by the way! 😀

  17. I always try to make and eat different-different recipe from around the globe and your blog have some best delicious recipes so I will try to make and taste some of them specially this one.

  18. Great minds must think alike! I have these on my blog in a few days.

    These are great with your homemade ranch, by the way! 😀

  19. I always try to make and eat different-different recipe from around the globe and your blog have some best delicious recipes so I will try to make and taste some of them specially this one.

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