Recipe: Avocado & Olive Flatbreads

Recipe: Avocado & Olive Flatbreads
13/07/2020 Jordan
In Recipes
Mashed avocado in a bowl with toasted olive flatbreads

Avocado & Olive Flatbreads Recipe


Serves 2 as lunch, or 4 as a snack

2 Ripe organic avocados
1/2 An organic lemon
1 Organic clementine, or 1/2 an organic orange
2 Tbsp tahini
2 Handfuls of Kalamata olives
1/2 A small clove of garlic
4 Organic flatbreads or tortillas
Chilli flakes
Toasted cumin seeds
Fresh green herbs – I use dill, basil or parsley
Feta cheese (optional)

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“I try to sneak avocados in anywhere I can. I love their buttery, grassy, rich creaminess. The last five years have seen avocado on toast elbow its way on to every breakfast and lunch menu in the land. Avocado on toast was something I grew up on, and my love of avos has undoubtedly been inherited from my mum.

So, I thought it was time to mix things up a bit, still making the most of how instantly delicious an avocado is but adding some more unusual flavours. Here I smash avocados with tahini, olives and lemon to make one of my new favourite lunches.

This is equally good on toast. I often double the recipe and serve it in bowls with home-made tortilla chips, to make an amazing snack for a crowd.” – Anna Jones


  1. Get all your ingredients together.
  2. Halve and de-stone the avocados and scoop the flesh into a bowl with a good pinch of salt and pepper. Squeeze over the juice of the lemon and the clementine or orange. Add the tahini and roughly smash and mash until you have a half smooth, half chunky mixture.
  3. De-stone and roughly chop the olives and add them to the bowl. Very finely chop or grate the garlic and add that to the bowl too. Gently mix to combine. Heat the flatbreads either in a dry frying pan or open gas flame, turning them with tongs once they have browned a little. This will take a few seconds on a gas hob and more like 30 seconds to 1 minute in a pan.
  4. Cut the flatbreads into quarters and pile on the avocado mixture. Top with a scattering of chilli flakes, toasted cumin seeds and a few delicate herbs. If you like you can add a crumble of feta.

Fancy another recipe? Start your day with this fantastic protein and fibre combo of the banana and peanut butter smoothie bowl and finish your day with this veggie tagine that’s so easy to make.

Recipe by Anna Jones, author of A Modern Way to Cook

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