When in doubt, put an egg on it.

Put an Egg On It: Avocado Toast

Put an Egg On It: Avocado Toast

Adding an egg to your meal instantly takes  whatever culinary disaster you've concocted and elevates it to legit grownup food.

Pack of Mr. Noodle? Add a 6 minute egg and you've got yourself some ramen. 

Leftover Chinese food? Fry that shit in a pan and add an over easy egg to the mix.

Pizza from the night before? Crack an egg on that puppy and feed yourself and your hangover. 

And of course, adding an egg to every millennial's favourite food—avocado toast—instantly takes what is really kind of a sad dinner, and turns it into a meal. 

Let me show you.

Say you get home late. Or you're too lazy to cook a real meal. Or you get home late and you're too lazy to cook a real meal. This is a great way to feed yourself quickly, efficiently, relatively healthily, and most importantly, DELICIOUSLY. 

Take a piece of bread. Cut a hole in the middle. Melt some butter in a frying pan. Toss your bread in there to soak up the butter (be sure to get it on both sides). Then, crack an egg into the bread hole. Add some S&P.

Let that hang out for awhile until it's about halfway cooked (until the white is set enough that flipping it won't ruin everything). Then, flip it over and let it do it's thing on the other side. How long you leave it depends on how runny you want your yolk to be. You do you but I like my yolk to be fairly runny to it can act as a bit of a sauce for everything.

While that's cooking, slice up your avocado. Once it's done cooking, put the avocado on top. I like to add some hot sauce—my favourite for this particular dish is this President's Choice Aged Cayenne because it lends a nice flavour without burning off your taste buds. But again, your choice.

 

 

 

 

Then, you eat. Ta da. 

 

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