Thursday, 14 March 2013

Avocado Toast

Where have you been all my life! Mashed avocado on hot, buttered granary toast, seasoned with salt and pepper. Simple, but tastes like a little bit of heaven on a plate. Mmmmmm.....

Photo via http://www.thekitchn.com/restaurant-recreation-avocado-61318




14 comments:

SJE said...

Mmmmm, yes, yes, yes-my kind of grub.

Sarah x

Fran said...

Sarah - especially when the avocados were half price because they were very ripe ie perfect for this dish! X

Down by the sea said...

That looks good, I wish I had seen your post before going shopping I nearly picked up some avocado!
Sarah x

The View From The Table said...

Heaven! And very often my breakfast!

Fran said...

Sarah - now you will have to go ack and get some! Xxx

Fran said...

Sarah - that was supposed to say back!!!

Fran said...

The view from the table - I think it is going to be a regular of mine too xx

A Heron's View said...

A great idea Fran, have just told Mrs H and she says that we shall be trying that soon !

Kay L. Davies said...

Ooh, yummy. I love avocado. I've been known to eat a whole one, by myself, with a spoon and a salt shaker. Now I'm hungry. Why do I feed the dog and forget to feed myself?
Avocado on buttered toast. Yes, I'll have to try that.
K

Connie said...

Hi Jane, It took me a long time to even taste avocado . . . green mush just doesn't look good. Well, it just proves the saying, "Don't judge a book by it's cover". I agree they taste like a little bit of heaven :)
Your toast and avocado looks wonderful, yum.
Connie :)

Jo said...

I've never tried avocado, I'll have to give it a go.

Val Poore said...

Oh yum! This looks fabulous, Fran. I must try this xxx

Fran said...

Please do try it everyone, you could add a little lemon juice or chilli flakes or cayenne pepper but I am sure you will love it. Have a good weekend all xxx

Powell River Books said...

When I was a kid we had an avocado tree in the back yard. It had so much fruit we couldn't eat it all. And in those days I didn't like them all that much, except in guacamole. Now I would love to have one in my yard, if I had a yard that is. - Margy