Sandwich with avocado and poached egg

Sandwich with avocado and poached egg

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Ingredients for making a sandwich with avocado and poached egg

  1. 1-2 slices rye bread
  2. Egg 1 piece
  3. Avocado 1/2 pieces
  4. Corn salad leaves 10 pieces (to make)
  5. Natural yogurt 2 tablespoons
  6. Salt to taste
  7. Lemon juice 1 teaspoon
  8. Vinegar 1 teaspoon
  • Main IngredientsAvocado, Yogurt, Bread
  • Serving 1 serving


Kitchen knife, cutting board, fork, deep plate, pan, slotted spoon.

Making a sandwich with avocado and poached egg:

Step 1: prepare the avocado.

Cut the avocado in half and take out the flesh, removing it from the peel.

Pour the avocado pulp with lemon juice and mash with a fork, turning it into gruel. Then pour yogurt and salt here. Stir the resulting sauce well.

Step 2: boil a poached egg.

Boil clean water in a saucepan and add vinegar to it. Do not salt.

Gently break the egg into hot but not boiling water. The yolk should not be damaged.

Cook poached egg over low heat for 3 minutes. Then remove it carefully using a slotted spoon so as not to trap water.

Step 3: collect a sandwich with avocado and poached egg.

Sandwich bread can be fried in a pan or baked in the oven until crisp.

Spread avocado mixed with yogurt on a slice of bread, add the Corn salad leaves as desired, and put a poached egg on top (salt it to taste) and cover everything with a second slice of bread, if you want. That's all, a sandwich can be served.

Step 4: serve a sandwich with avocado and poached egg.

A sandwich with avocado and poached egg is a great breakfast! It is simple and fast to cook, but at the same time very nutritious and satisfying. Start your day with it, or have a snack between a light lunch and dinner.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- Yogurt, by the way, can also not be added, the flesh of an avocado will open well in pasta without it. But I like it more with yogurt.