Toast with avocado and egg: very tasty and healthy

The Toast with avocado and egg, avocado is a fruit rich in magnesium, potassium and ideal minerals to maintain a good immune system and to strengthen our muscles. In the same way, it is a fruit rich in fiber for the proper functioning of our digestive system. And it is also rich in healthy fats, which keep cholesterol under control, and in vitamins A, C, D (ideal for the health of our bones) and K. Avocado is a great option to combine with eggs for breakfast. and if we accompany it with 100% wholemeal bread, it would be the best option. In this case, we are going to poach the egg and the bread that we choose to make the toast is 100% whole wheat rye bread. Together they are ingredients that satiate and at the same time provide us with all the nutrients and energy necessary to last all morning without snacking between meals.

recipe information

    • Preparation time: 10 minutes
    • Cooking time: 5 minutes
    • total time: 15 minutes
    • rations: 2
    • Category: incoming
    • type of cuisine: international
    • calories: 208 kcal per 100 g

Ingredients for toast with avocado and egg for 2 people

    • 2 slices of 100% whole wheat rye bread
    • 1 avocado (Hass variety)
    • 2 eggs L
    • extra virgin olive oil
    • Black pepper
    • flake salt
    • Lime juice (optional, a few drops)

Ingredients to make the toast with avocado and egg

How to make avocado and egg toast

Preparing good toast is not difficult, but there are certain details that turn a good toast into a perfect toast. So, let’s get to work, the first thing we do to prepare the avocado and egg toast is to prepare the eggs to cook them. We will make different poached eggs than the ones we usually see, more showy, in the shape of a flower.

In a small bowl we put plastic wrap, put a few drops of extra virgin olive oil and crack the egg inside. Add a pinch of salt and pepper. With the film we will make a little bag that we will later cook in a saucepan with water. We repeat the process with the two eggs.

Make the little bags with the eggs and film to cook themIn a saucepan we put water to boil. When it starts to boil, put the two bags tied in a knot and hold them by a toothpick with two tongs so that they are submerged, but do not touch the bottom of the saucepan or stick together. Let them cook for 5 minutes. We take it out after 5 minutes and put it under cold water to stop the cooking and so that the yolk does not finish cooking.

Cooking the poached eggs for the avocado toast

While the eggs are cooking we will prepare the avocado. We open the avocado in half, remove the bone and chop the inside. We can do it in two ways, crushing the avocado with a fork (the option I have chosen) or leaving it in slices. I prefer to crush it because that way it is easier to set the egg and it is more comfortable to eat it, without having to worry about the avocado slipping away. Crush it with a fork and add a few drops of lime juice and season it a little. The lime juice will prevent the avocado from browning.

Smash the avocado to put it on the toastsWe toast the bread and spread it with the avocado. We put a little salt flakes.

Spread avocado on toasted rye breadThe next step is to remove the egg from the bag that we had made and place it on the toast. We can add a splash of extra virgin olive oil and the avocado and egg toast will be ready to eat.

Final presentation of toast with avocado and egg

Extra final presentation of toast with avocado and egg

Easy preparation summary

    1. Make little bags with the eggs in plastic wrap to cook them
    1. Bring water to a boil and cook the eggs tied to a toothpick with tongs so that they do not touch the bottom or stick together.
    1. Open the avocados and mash the flesh with a fork adding a few drops of lime juice, salt and pepper
    1. Toast the bread and spread the avocado
    1. Remove the eggs from the boiling water and stop cooking with cold water
    1. Place the eggs on the avocado toast, add salt flakes and serve
    1. Add virgin olive oil to taste