It's so simple. I don't even know where I first had avocado toast but I do remember my mind being blown. But I remember thinking... "why have I never had this before?"
Mashing the avocado is such a subtle thing but it's like the difference between peanuts and peanut butter - life changing. It only takes a minute to make and the deliciousness is through the roof.
Sometimes we'll get really crafty and drizzle tahini on top or toasted black sesame seeds. Or add feta for tartness. But truth be told, the simple and classic avocado, sea salt and toast combo does it for me every time. The ideal post-yoga weekend breakfast. And I've been told it's Ayurvedically perfect, so that's a bonus.
- 1 avocado
- 2 Ezekiel english muffins
- 1/2 tsp ghee (or whatever oil you like)
- Sea salt
Cut avocado open, scoop out the inside fruit and mash it in a bowl. I like the leave some whole bits of avocado - kinda like leaving the peanuts in crunchy peanut butter. Add sea salt and pepper to taste.
Add ghee/oil to a pan and pan fry the english muffins over medium heat until browned (2-3 minutes) on both sides.
Spread avocado mixture on hot toasty english muffin. Nothing to it! And then devour. Makes 2 servings.