Favourite Lunch: Avocado Toast

Today, I wrote the last exam of my undergraduate degree. In a week, I start my final clinical placement. In a little over two months, I will be done. Where does time go?  I mean, I am SO excited to be a Registered Nurse and there is literally nothing I would rather do and I know I’ll love it so much. But I am also terribly sad that my university life is going to be over… You might have to bear with my ranting and reminiscing about how great these past four years have been a bit over the next few months.

IMG_3103

I decided to share a simple recipe (if you can even call it that) with you today. I eat this pretty much every day for lunch, along with some almonds, chickpeas, a hard boiled egg, cottage cheese, etc. Notice how all the pictures are kinda different? That’s to show how I ate it on different days (smart). The most random combinations of foods are sometimes the best ones, right? Right.

IMG_3084

I actually don’t really know how this recipe came about. I think it started with the avocado on toast, and the sriracha naturally followed. A little olive oil, some salt & pepper… yum. You could mash the avocado, but I like to keep things simple, and slicing it works totally fine.

I actually don’t even know how to describe the taste of this to you, because it just tastes like all of the ingredients combined? But in a good way? (Duh) You probably already have all of the ingredients on hand, especially if you love avocados and sriracha as much as I do, so you should definitely give it a try!

IMG_3067

Avocado Toast:

Makes one serving

1 piece of Bread (preferably a nice, sturdy, whole wheat),

1/2 an Avocado

Sriracha Sauce, to taste*

1/2 tsp Olive Oil

Sea Salt & Freshly Ground Pepper, to taste

1. Toast bread to your liking.

2. Slice half of an avocado four times length-wise, then use a spoon to scoop it from the skin.

3. Place the avocado sections on your toast. Squirt on a little sriracha. Pour on the olive oil (try to do it evenly). Top with salt and pepper. Eat immediately.

* You can also use Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, or one of your preference. I just love Sriracha!

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s