Sunny side up toast with avocado slices :: take 2

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Remember my perfect little lunch post about sunny side up avocado toast? Well I am kind of addicted to it now and I make it for lunch quite often. I added diced tomatoes the last time I made it and I must say, it really added a little something extra. I know this is such a simple recipe (I don’t even know that I would call it a recipe), but it’s nice to spice up lunch time. I know I get bored with sandwiches or salads all the time, so I am always looking for new lunch ideas.

Sunny side up toast with avocado slices :: take 2
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Ingredients
  • toast
  • sunny side up eggs
  • chopped tomatoes
  • chopped avocados
Instructions
  1. Cook eggs. Assemble other ingredients on top, season with salt and pepper.

 

btw did you know that my original post was featured here?

Happy Ash Wednesday! I am giving up TV for lent and saying some extra prayers every night. I don’t watch much TV at all, in fact we haven’t even had cable for years now, but I do enjoy catching up on my shows after the kids go to bed. So it will be a challenge. Nobody tweet any Downton spoilers please! I am hoping to finish up a few books that I am in the middle of at night instead of watching TV.

What are you giving up for lent?

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Sunny-side-up ground beef hash

You will need:

  • 1 lb. ground sirloin
  • 2 potatoes diced OR 2 cups frozen hash browns
  • 1 tablespoon ts onion onion OR 1 small onion chopped
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • eggs, cooked sunny-side up

Heat beef over medium heat until browned (drain if need be, but if you are using grass-fed beef you shouldn’t need to drain). Turn heat to low and add onion onion, hashbrowns, and salt & pepper. Heat until hasbrowns are hot. Top with eggs and mix with that yolk-ey goodness!

If you are using fresh onions and potatoes: heat onions and potatoes on medium in a separate pan,with a little olive oil, making sure the potatoes are tender and the onions are translucent before adding to the beef.

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