A Sensible Guide to Sunday Brunch: Avocado Toast and Poached Eggs
Bring that boujee Sunday brunch home to your kitchen with avo toast and the best runny egg yolk.
(Ana Escalante/Rowdy Magazine Editor-in-chief)
First Watch is so close, yet so far away. I didn't know what to do now that I can't recharge with friends at Sunday brunch after Saturday Night Shenanigans. Remember the days we willfully spent big bucks on glorified breakfast? I do. And. I. Miss. Them. So I decided to do it my damn self. And what's every millennial's favorite way to ruin the economy? Avocado toast. Try this ridiculously easy recipe next Sunday (or anytime you feel like brunch, because, who are we kidding? This is a daily affair).
(Edited by Daisy Alejandre, Rowdy Magazine Designer)
1 Hass Avocado
1 large slice of bread
Half a medium lemon
Crumbly cheese like feta
White Wine Vinegar
Toast your bread.
Slice avocado vertically, remove pit, score avocado in checkerboard pattern.
Scoop out avocado into a bowl, add lemon juice, salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste. Smash with a smashy object like a fork.
Boil water in a deep pot, add a few tablespoons of white whine vinegar. Reduce heat to low. Crack an egg into a small bowl.
Create a vortex using a spoon or whisk. Pour egg into center of the vortex. If you're lucky, which I wasn't, this will make the whites wrap around the egg and create a little pouch of yolky goodness. Cook for about 3 minutes until whites are set. Remove with a strainer.
Spread avocado mixture on toast. Crumble some feta on top, sprinkle with minced onion and paprika, and drizzle with the last of the lemon juice and a little olive oil. (We love acidity!)
Drop your poached egg into the center and season with salt and pepper.
Serve with some OJ or coffee. But choose a mimosa if you really want hit that "I'm totally fine spending $15 on a piece of toast" factor.
Ava Loomar is Rowdy Magazine's Editorial Director. She likes red wine, jamming to alt-rock and staying up till 4 to watch Sailor Moon. You can reach her on her Instagram @whosava. If you're interested in writing for Rowdy, please email her at email@example.com