What can I make with avocado cocktail?

Chef's answer
Cocktail avocados are popular for eating fresh, but they must be fully ripe to be enjoyed. The convenient, individual portion-size of this charming variety make them perfect for raw snacks or as an addition to a crudite platter. They can be battered whole and deep fried and served with a variety of dipping sauces.
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There is no need to cook cocktail franks and they are just like most cold meats in that they are ready to eat as is. ... Used to eat them raw all the time. But they taste better heated with some nice rich tomato sauce.16 Feb 2013
Contributor's comments: In Sydney these are called "cocktail frankfurts", whilst "cheerio" means goodbye. Contributor's comments: Cheerios are small frankfurters in Qld. When we moved to Perth this name produced blank looks in the delis, where they are called cocktail franks.
Servings per package average: 31 per 5 kg.
Meanwhile, place frankfurts in a microwave-safe bowl and cover with cold water. Cook on high/800watts/100% for 3 minutes or until heated through. Make a lengthways cut in the top of each roll (don't cut all the way through). Place the frankfurts in the rolls.
Cocktail avocados are popular for eating fresh, but they must be fully ripe to be enjoyed. The convenient, individual portion-size of this charming variety make them perfect for raw snacks or as an addition to a crudite platter. They can be battered whole and deep fried and served with a variety of dipping sauces.
This new variation on the fruit is a smaller version called the cocktail avocado. Measuring about 5cms to 8cms, this mini-version also boasts edible skin. ... The fruit is cultivated in Spain and available only in December.Dec 12, 2017
Grown in Spain during December, cocktail avocados may seem like some genetically modified experiment gone array, but they're actually the result of an unpollinated flower blossom.Dec 7, 2017
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