Remember when we thought you should avoid fat at all costs? Avocados are certainly fatty fruits (yes, they are a fruit) with about 75 percent of their calories coming from fat. But, that fat is actually good for you and may be able to lower your cholesterol. More reason to eat up, right? Food & Wine's guide helps you to add avocado to any dish and take it from a paltry snack to a hearty dinner.

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As you can with an egg, you can add avocado to a dish and often turn it into dinner. Here, 8 recipes that could (and maybe even should) call for avocado.
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Green peas add lovely sweetness to chef Enrique Olvera’s guacamole. He doesn’t use lime juice—he likes to show off the flavor of the avocado—but you can add a squeeze if you prefer. Slideshow:  More Guacamole Recipes