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A Toast to Toast: When High Toast and Breakfast Toast Make Sweet, Savory Love

February 18, 2015

From the East to the West, everyone loves toast. It’s the one of the best things to wake up to in the morning, a quick grab-and-eat alternative for the worker on the go. In places like Japan, Korea, and Taiwan, they do their bread fluffy and high, with brick toast the foil to many sweet offerings. It often comes with generous amounts of honey, then piled on with whipped cream, fruits, ice cream, or anything sugary you can think of. On the opposite end of the spectrum, now trending in the States and Europe, is breakfast toast, crisp and buttered, with savory ingredients such as avocado, chorizo and poached eggs ladled on top.

Chorizo Avocado Thick Toast1

So this got us thinking: what if we combine the two versions in a ridiculous, almost over-the-top rendition? Get a thick brick that’s covered in butter and sugar, but top it with all the meaty, robust flavors of what people love to see on their savory toast? Put a load of soft avocados, spicy toasted chorizo with sweet onions, and a seriously wet fried egg on the thing? Well we decided to, and we think this thing is so deliciously easy, you’ll wake up a little earlier for work to eat the whole thing.

A Toast to Toast

Total Time: 25 mins
Yield: 2 servings

Ingredients

  • 2 pcs thick toast
  • 1-2 tbsp butter, melted
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 pc ripe avocado, halved & cored then sliced
  • 1 tsp oil
  • 1 pcs white onion, sliced thinly
  • 1 cup spanish chorizo, cubed
  • 2 pcs fried egg

Procedure

  1. Brush toast with butter. Sprinkle with sugar.
  2. Heat in the oven toaster until light brown.
  3. While waiting for the toast, cook chorizo & onions.
  4. Heat oil and sauté onions until soft.
  5. Add in chorizo and sauté until the onions turn reddish, about 2 minutes.
  6. Turn off fire and set aside, keep warm.

Assembly

  1. Once toast is browned, top with fried egg, 1/2 of the sautéed chorizo & onions, and then top with sliced avocado.
  2. Repeat for the other toast.
  3. Serve.
Gela Velasco Gela Velasco

Gela is a young adult slowly settling into her late twenties. She likes to make a mess in the kitchen when no one’s looking, dance till dawn on long weekends, and dream about beef on lazy afternoons. On some days she learns how to write good in graduate school. Her life goals include sashaying somewhat like Beyonce and to write a cover story on Leonardo di Caprio.

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2 responses to “A Toast to Toast: When High Toast and Breakfast Toast Make Sweet, Savory Love”

  1. Guest says:

    I love your blog ! When I think of good food the alert comes with what to eat to lose weight fast !

  2. Love says:

    What other fruit do you recommend aside from avocado? Not really a fan of it. Thanks!

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