Beginner friendly Avocado toast recipe


 Making avocado toast is simple and delicious. Here's a basic recipe for making a classic avocado toast:


1 ripe avocado

2 slices of your favorite bread (such as whole-grain, sourdough, or multigrain)

Salt and pepper, to taste

Optional toppings (e.g., cherry tomatoes, red pepper flakes, poached egg, feta cheese, or herbs)


Prepare the Avocado:

Cut the ripe avocado in half lengthwise. Remove the pit by carefully striking it with a knife blade and twisting to release.

Scoop the flesh of the avocado into a bowl using a spoon.

Mash the Avocado:

Use a fork to mash the avocado in the bowl until it reaches your desired level of creaminess. Some people prefer a smoother consistency, while others like it a bit chunky.

Season the Avocado:

Add a pinch of salt and a dash of pepper to the mashed avocado. You can also add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice for a zesty flavor, if desired. Mix well to combine the seasoning with the avocado.

Toast the Bread:

While you're preparing the avocado, toast your bread slices to your preferred level of crispiness. You can use a toaster, toaster oven, or even a regular oven set to broil.

Assemble the Avocado Toast:

Once the bread is toasted to your liking, spread the mashed avocado evenly onto each slice.

At this point, you can get creative with toppings. Here are a few ideas:

Sliced cherry tomatoes or heirloom tomatoes

Red pepper flakes for a bit of heat

A poached or fried egg for added protein

Feta cheese crumbles for a tangy flavor

Fresh herbs like basil, cilantro, or chives

Drizzle with olive oil or a balsamic reduction for extra flavor

Serve and Enjoy:

Your avocado toast is ready to be served! Eat it while it's warm and enjoy the creamy, savory goodness.

Feel free to customize your avocado toast with your favorite toppings and seasonings. It's a versatile dish that you can adapt to your taste preferences.

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