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Tuesday

Avo-Pita, the new Avocado Toast.

Avocado toast!
Probably one of the biggest fads right now. Let's be honest, avocados are pretty much heaven on earth. They make some of the greatest treats, including, but not solitary to guaca-guaca-mole. I've tried it, I love it, so I figured I'd go ahead and make a few versions of it for myself.


Instead of toast, I decided to use pita bread. Wild change of pace I know, but trust me, you'll love it.
So, I couldn't decide on just one favorite way to make my Avo-Pita, so I went with four variations; avocado and a fried egg with chili flakes, avocado topped with charred cucumbers and tomatoes, avocado with mozzarella, and avocado with pesto and vegetables. Personally, I love the fried egg option, because avocado and egg are pretty much a dream combination.


Ingredients for these are:
2 wholemeal pita breads
10 sugar plum tomatoes
6 slices of cucumber
1 avocado
1 spoonful of pesto
2 slices of mozzarella
1 fried egg
Olive oil
Sprinkle of chili flakes

To begin with, heat up your frying pan onto medium-high heat.
Place your pita bread inside and allow it to heat up.


Once it has heated up, put it aside and put a tiny bit of olive oil into your pan and swirl it around. Fry your egg up in the pan until you get that perfect fried egg. Whilst your egg is cooking, cut up your tomatoes, cucumbers and avocado.


Use half of the avocado for this pita and evenly distribute it over the top.
Cut the pita bread in half and place your fried egg on one half.
Then add your tomatoes and cucumber slices to your frying pan and char them for a couple of minutes. Place half of the charred vegetables onto your pita bread and leave the other half for your second pita.






How beautiful does that first set look?

Now, onto the second pita. 


Heat up that pita bread and spread your avocado on your heated pita.

Mix your leftover tomato and cucumber slices with the pesto sauce and place that on top of the first half of your pita bread. On the second pita, break up your mozzarella into pieces and throw them onto your second half. 

It's as easy as that! 

Don't forget to "yum" this recipe on yummly where you are able to find other great recipes. Happy eating ❤️



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