Avocados originate from south-central Mexico. It’s very common in many Mexican dishes. Burritos, tacos, and the infamous guacamole dip!
Avocado toast became popular a few years ago, and now there are so many ways to make it. Whether it’s for breakfast or a midday snack, this toast is super easy, fast, and filled with many complimenting flavors.
There are four main components to this breakfast toast. Bread, tomato truffle jam, avocados, and a fried egg. We used classic sourdough bread. Thick, crusty artisan breads like sourdough, rye, wheat, or multigrain work perfect for morning toasts. The base of this toast is our Tomato Truffle Jam.
It’s important to use ripe avocados for this toast. Ripe avocados mash easier and are a great consistency for spreading across your toasts. Look for avocados that yield a bit to a soft squeeze. Avocados that are mushy, too-soft on the insides, or speckled with brown bits may not be the best option for this toast.
Adding fresh herbs or extra toppings like cucumber, sprouts, radishes, pickled onions, or a feta cheese crumble will give you new and fun variations of this breakfast toast.
Breakfast toasts are the best way to spice up your traditional breakfast foods. Variations for lunch can be a chickpea-based spread, or a black bean based spread. Using the same method with different ingredients will always add a bit of spice to your home-cooked meals.
The toppings for this toast are endless. Add olive oil, drizzle sriracha, or add feta cheese crumbles for this morning toast.