Avocado and Poached Egg on Rye Toast
Breakfast is something that you should not skip since it is regarded as the most important meal of the day. However, if you have been eating the same meal every morning for years, I don’t blame you if you opt to just wait for lunch instead. I know things can easily become boring, especially if you don’t have a long list of breakfast recipes. But no worries, it’s not too late to have a breakfast makeover.
Start with the basic food items like eggs. Aside from scrambled, hard-boiled, and sunny side up, you can actually try poached eggs. Sure, poaching requires some cooking techniques, but it’s not that hard to master. And you know what’s good with poached eggs? Put them on rye toast and avocado. Oh, this would be a real game-changer for your breakfast meal! It’s simple, yet very delicious and healthy!
Wondering how long it would take you to make this fancy-looking breakfast? Just a few minutes, and that’s for real! So even if you woke up late, you can still eat your morning meal. When you get home in the afternoon, you can also make this avocado and poached egg on rye toast recipe and pair it with your favorite hot tea.Print
With this avocado and poached egg on rye toast recipe, say goodbye to dull breakfast. Plus, it’s a more exciting way to get protein from eggs.
2 slices rye bread
2 tablespoons parmesan cheese (grated)
fresh herbs (for garnish, if desired)
heirloom tomatoes (for serving, if desired)
- Bring a small pot of water to boil.
- Put 2 outer rims of mason jars at the bottom of the pan. Once the water starts boiling, turn off the heat, and gently crack the egg into each rim. Cover the pot and cook the eggs for about 5 minutes. If you want your eggs to be softer, though, don’t cook them longer than 4 minutes.
- While poaching the eggs, toast the bread slices. Smash the avocado on each piece.
- Carefully lift the eggs out of the water using a spatula and put one egg on each piece of bread. Sprinkle salt, pepper, and parmesan cheese. You can also add some chopped fresh herbs like parsley, basil, or thyme. And if you want, eat it with tomatoes, too.
Make sure to put enough water into the pot in such a way that the egg will be covered if it is laying at the bottom.
- Prep Time: 2 minutes
- Cook Time: 5 minutes
- Method: Poaching
- Cuisine: American
If you don’t want to smash the avocado flesh, you can simply slice it. Either way, it’s going to be good. 🙂
Toasted rye bread is healthy as it is. How much more if you add poached eggs and avocado to it? You’d have the healthiest breakfast ever, considering the health benefits of the ingredients. This is, indeed, an excellent way to start your day.
This breakfast makeover would make you feel excited each time you get up in the morning. It’s a good snack, too, and you are free to make it for dinner as well if you don’t feel like cooking for long hours.