I thought the entire world was already eating avocado toast. I made this for breakfast for some friends a couple of weeks ago and they had never heard of or tasted this amazing conglomeration of food excellence.
If you haven’t eaten avocado toast yet, you should. Especially if you like guacamole and eggs.
I usually eat this for lunch. Although it makes a fantastic breakfast and an easy dinner when you’re short on time (AKA – lazy).
There are as many ways to make avocado toast as there are people making it. I like it every single way it is concocted.
Mmmm, Avocado Toast.
This is a real food meal. It is made with bread, salsa, avocado, egg, and lime. If you have jumped into the world of fresh bread making – this will be even healthier. If you would like to know more about breadmaking go here.
Let’s make some avocado toast!
First, slice 2 pieces of bread and shove them in the toaster.
Next, remove the insides from a ripe avocado. Here’s how:
- Select a ripe, soft avocado.
- Slice around the avocado.
- Twist the slices in opposite directions. It should open easily.
- Remove the seed.
- Make slices in the fruit.
- Use a spoon to scoop the slices into a bowl.
Squeeze the juice from 1/2 of a tiny lime onto the avocado slices. If your lime is big, don’t use all the juice from 1 half.
Add a heaping tablespoon of spicy salsa (I’m using homemade).
Add 1/4 tsp salt and 1/8 tsp cayenne pepper (this will be spicy – just use a pinch if you want it milder).
Mash it all together with a fork.
Then grab the slice of toast (or two depending on how hungry you are) and smear the avocado all over it.
You could eat it like this, but it would be missing something.
Heat up a skillet and put a dollop of lard (or bacon grease or butter) into the pan & fry an egg to your liking. I like mine raw in the center.
Top the toast with the fried egg and sprinkle a little more cayenne pepper and salt on top.
Good grief, this is making my mouth water.
When you cut into this pile of wonderful you want the egg to run all over your plate.
Dig in and enjoy. I could eat this every day of my life.