You have to give this one a try folks, this is my Breakfast Avocados. This is sort of stolen, and then adapted from my great mate back in the UK – a certain Dave Bayliss. Thanks for this one Dave. Went down a storm this morning for Valentine’s Day brekkie. Top recipe pal, but you know me I can’t just copy so of course I have adapted it a tad to be my own version. Here she comes – you’ll want to eat this below, believe me!!!
Now I have again done a video for you to run through the recipe process – give that a go for me. I have tried a new format of a much shorter duration video this time. Let me know what you think.
To make enough for four people you are going to need;
- 2 avocados;
- 1 packet of Black Forest ham, or equivalent;
- 1 Mozzarella cheese ball;
- 4 egg yolks (see the video for a tip of how to separate yolk from whites);
- 1 finely chopped chili padi;
- Sea salt & cracked black pepper;
- Balsamic vinegar; and
- Olive Oil.
It truly is so easy, so I’ll run this through in one hit. Here is the very simple procedure for making Breakfast Avocados. Seriously though watch the video, it’s self-explanatory. But any just for you here we go;
- Cut all the way round the avocados trying to start and end at the same point;
- Twist the two halves and they should separate easily;
- With a sharp knife chop in to the stone and twist, again it should easily come out;
- Cut a little of the round part of the avocado so you can easily stand it on a baking tray;
- Plop an egg yolk in to each hole that the stone removal left;
- Cut the cheese in to small cubes and sprinkle evenly over each avocado half;
- Cut the ham in to strips and repeat the above;
- Finely chop your chili padi and sprinkle over the top;
- You should now have 4 identical avocados sat on the banking tray (or not if certain of your family don’t want chili, as is the case in my house); then
- Drizzle with Olive Oil, and then give a good sprinkle of salt & pepper;
In the oven at 200 degrees for 15 minutes, until the cheese is nicely melted and the ham starts to crisp. Serve up on a nice white plate and drizzle with a little Balsamic. Breakfast Avocados.