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avocado and egg breakfast recipe

avocado and egg breakfast recipe

Enjoy a hearty breakfast in the morning. You can also turn any breakfast recipe into brunch or dinner with homemade or store-bought side dishes.

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halal sausage

whole wheat bread/naan


If you need a quick, healthy and filling breakfast - here are the ingredients for this all-inclusive dish: - 1/2 of avocado - 1/2 of fried or baked sausages - 2 eggs scrambled with some cheese - some olive oil and a dash of chili flakes, if desired Since all these ingredients are Halal, this breakfast is perfect if you're a Muslim.

This on-the-go breakfast dish is sure to satisfy your taste buds but not leave you feeling heavy. Begin by microwaving the naan for five minutes.

Fry the sausage while cracking eggs into a bowl. Add salt and pepper. When the eggs are properly scrambled, add them to the fried sausage.

Slice up your avocado and toast the whole-grain toast or naan on sourdough. Add avocado slices and Worcestershire sauce when the whole-grain toast is hot. Put it on top of some scrambled for those who love avocado and are not a fan of toast. Smash the avocado with the toasted bread and add a few slices of tomato, sprinkle some feta cheese over the top, and enjoy. This is a great option for those who need a healthy breakfast or lunch without all the carbs.

Avocado, scrambled egg, whole wheat bread and jasmine tea

There are two choices with the carb, either naan or whole wheat bread. Choosing which type of bread is better for you is a difficult decision. Many factors can influence the choice, including allergies, taste preference, and health benefits. Generally, whole wheat bread is preferable to naan as it is a whole grain and has more nutrients.

Scrambled egg, sausage and avocado with naan

How to make naan: When making naan, the dough needs to be kneaded for up to 45 minutes before cooking. This takes time and energy that could have been used in other ways. Using an electric mixer or food processor will speed up the process significantly but would not produce the same result as a kneaded dough. In a bowl, add together warm water, yeast, and sugar. Let sit for 5 minutes until the yeast is active. Then add in flour and salt and mix until combined. The dough should be elastic but not sticky. Add in yogurt at this point to make it easier to work with and then process for about 30 seconds until the dough is smooth. Divide the dough into 6-8 pieces and form each into a ball. Place on a lightly floured surface, cover and let rest for 30 minutes. In a small bowl, whisk together egg whites, sugar, and lemon zest until combined. Brush the first ball of dough with an egg white mixture to ensure it doesn't dry out before frying. Place the second ball on top of the first, but don't compress it down completely. Carefully peel off one side of the dough, flip both pieces to coat them in egg white mixture, and then repeat with the other side. Place oil in a deep pan or skillet until it is about 3/4 filled up and heat over medium-high heat until it reaches 375 degrees. Place the dough in the oil, flat side down first, and cook for 3 minutes as it browns on both sides. Once both pieces are done cooking take them out of the pan and let them cool for a few minutes before eating them. They will be crispy on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside!

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