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4 delicious ways to make eggs on toast

Can’t decide? Me either. Eggs a few ways –  Italian with cashew pesto and toms, Indonesian kinda gado gado style (bring on the tasty PB satay), Aussie like a green bowl on toast and yummy Japanese flavours – miso butter with spinach and eggs! So many ways you can make eggs into the hero even when it’s a simple piece of toast to start. Never boring, always satiating, rich in nutrition, absolutely delish.

Recipes follow!

ITALIAN:

Italian:

1 poached free range egg

2 teaspoons cashew pesto

3 cherry tomatoes

Pinch basil leaves, shredded

Pesto:

1 bunch basil, leaves picked

½ cup cashews

1 cup olive Oil

1 teaspoon lemon zest

1 tablespoon lemon juice

Sea Salt and black pepper

To make pesto: blitz all ingredients in food processor until uniform. Store in airtight container in fridge for up to 1 week.

To serve: spread pesto over toast, top with poached eggs, cherry tomatoes and basil leaves. Season with sea salt and black pepper and serve.

INDONESIAN:

1 free range egg, fried

Cucumber, sliced 

Zucchini, sliced and blanched

Bok choy, trimmed and blanched 

Chilli flakes

Sea salt and black pepper

Peanut satay:

¼ cup smooth peanut butter

2 tablespoons almond milk

2 teaspoons lime juice

1 ½ teaspoons fresh chilli, finely chopped

To make peanut satay: place all ingredients in a small saucepan on low heat, whisk together over heat for about 5 minutes or until smooth. Place in airtight container in fridge for up to 2 weeks. Heat slightly before using.

To serve: place blanched zucchini slices and bok choy on toast with cucumber. Top with fried egg, drizzle with peanut satay to taste, sprinkle with chilli flakes and serve with fresh coriander if desired.

AUSSIE:

2 free range eggs, whisked and cooked to an omelette or scrambled

1 tablespoon olive oil

Broccolini

Large handful baby spinach

¼ avocado

Fresh dill and parsley leaves

Sea salt and black pepper.

For the greens: add olive oil to a medium frypan, then saute broccolini and baby spinach for 3-4 minutes or until tender and wilted. Season with sea salt and black pepper.

To serve: place sauteed greens on toast, top with omelette or scrambled eggs, avocado and fresh herbs. Season with sea salt and black pepper and serve.

JAPANESE:

1 free range egg, soft or hard boiled as preferred

zucchini, shaved with a vegetable peeler into fine ribbons

20g baby spinach

1 teaspoon toasted sesame seeds

¼ avocado, sliced

Sea salt and black pepper

Miso butter:

1 tablespoon (25g) butter

½ teaspoon white miso paste

To make the miso butter: melt the butter and whisk in miso until smooth.

To serve: saute zucchini and baby spinach in a small frypan, spread toast with miso butter then place veggies on top, followed by boiled egg and avocado. Sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds, season with sea salt and black pepper and serve.

 

What are you fave ways to do eggs on toast??? 

+This is a partnered post with Australian Eggs, all thoughts, ideas, and opinions expressed are the authors own.

Jacqueline Alwill

Jacqueline is an Accredited Nutritional Medicine Practitioner specialising in family and early childhood nutrition and gut health. She writes for several media publications, hosts a regular nutrition segment on Channel 7 and in 2016 published her first book, "Seasons to Share" (Murdoch Books). Jacqueline is passionate about working with corporations and brands to support and educate their community and audience and is currently a media spokesperson and ambassador for Remedy Drinks, Eimele Australia, Woolworths, Kitchenaid and Nutrition Director at Bondi Bubs Wholefoods. She is mum to Jet and outside her working hours you'll find her with her family in the surf, on the beach, or out and about in nature.

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