Sriracha Poached Eggs and Avocado Smash Toast
Sriracha Poached Eggs and Avocado Smash Toast is my official go to breakfast – packed with proteins and healthy fats and ready in 15 minutes!
I think it’s fair to assume that mornings are pretty much hectic for all of us. My typical morning – wake up, realise I’ve woken up 30 minutes later than I’m supposed too, realise how comfortable my bed is…then peel myself out of bed. I don’t typically have to rush because I’ve gotten my routine down to a good 20-30 minutes…and then comes breakfast. The obstacle of “what do I eat today” “what’s quick enough” “what’s nourishing enough??”.
Up until about a month ago I was stuck in my daily oats for breakfast which I do love, but I wanted to shake things up. In comes Sriracha Poached Eggs and Avocado Smash Toast – protein packed, healthy fats packed, and crazy good amounts of flavour – all in 15 minutes. You’ll never have an excuse for not eating breakfast again!
This recipe is so easy I almost wasn’t going share it since we food bloggers are conditioned that we should share only ground-breaking recipes, but the truth is, this is just what I eat for breakfast. Sometimes it’s a bit fancier with pancakes, sometimes a bit plainer with my oats, and sometimes I don’t include the avocado but whenever I have these poached eggs for breakfast I feel like I’m eating the breakfast of champions.
Did I mention this makes a great Valentine’s Day breakfast? It’s already serving two, and is so easy to have alongside your sweets for the day! One is enough to keep me full but you can definitely have both servings if you want a large breakfast/don’t want to share any (I wouldn’t blame you). The avocado really does fill you up and the protein from the eggs will keep you going until your mid day snack so no need to worry about your tank running empty. One bite and their is delicious runny yolk everywhere – I love to use parts of toast to pick up the dripping egg yolk. Egg yolk is like THE BEST thing ever so you want to ensure you don’t let any of it get away!
Out of everything, even more than the runny yolks, the Sriracha adds the best flavour for me – hence why this entire recipe is named after the Sriracha. It adds a delicious spice and flavour that wins me over overtime when added to anything so I’d highly recommend this part. I like to sprinkle the parsley on top for even more green and herb flavour and that’s that. Everything comes together so quickly that even on mornings I am running late I still get to have a full breakfast.
By the way, re the actual poaching, don’t take it too seriously. I don’t think I’ve mastered the art at all, but I love how my eggs come out when they do come out great, and an ugly poached egg is still delicious! Some days I get it right, some days I don’t. Everyday it’s amazingly delicious and I wonder why I didn’t get more into poached eggs before. True story.
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Sriracha Poached Eggs and Avocado Smash Toast
- 2 eggs
- splash of vinegar
- 2 slices GF bread
- 3-5 slices of avocado
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
- Squeeze of lime
- 2 teaspoons sriracha or as much as you want
- parsley, for garnish
- Bring a pot with water to a low boil, a bit above a simmer. You don't want it to be a rolling boil. Add in vinegar and a pinch of salt.
- Crack the eggs into individual ramekins. Swirl the water in the pan to form a mini tidal wave. Add the egg as close as possible to the water from the ramekin. The egg whites should swirl around the egg. I like to do mine one at a time. Allow the egg to cook for about 3-4 minutes.
- While the egg is cooking, place the bread in the toaster. Place the slices of avocado in a bowl and smash with a fork. Add a pinch of salt, pepper and a squeeze of lime and mix together. Spread over toast.
- Remove eggs with a slotted and place on a paper towel to remove excess water. Transfer to the toast.
- Drizzle as much or as little Sriracha as you want over the eggs. Eat immediately and enjoy!
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