I'm a sucker for the simple. That's not to say that I don't like the finer things in life, the luxurious, the extravagant, the glorious. In fact, I believe that most of those things are simple.
Take a classic string of pearls, for example. So simple. So elegant.
Even my favorite recipes are simple. The simpler the recipe, the less ways it can go wrong. Spending hours in the kitchen, measuring and scooping endlessly, feels more like work than fun to me. Which is why you might notice that most of my recipes are as simple as I can make them. I try to keep everything at 6 ingredients or less, if possible - because it's cheaper, simpler, and a more enjoyable experience.
This might be the simplest recipe of all. Yet, it is bursting at the seams with creamy goodness, with rich flavor, with crunchy deliciousness. Oh, and it's heartily good for you. Can't forget that one.
Sea Salt Avocado Rye ToastRecipe by Carly of Createliveblog.com
Prep Time: <5 Minutes
- 2 small/medium pieces Rye Toast*
- 1/2 Avocado
- Sea Salt
- Toast Rye Bread
- Cut avocado in half. Wrap remaining half in plastic wrap and refrigerate for later. Spoon out the half you intend to use, trying to keep the entire half of the avocado "whole." On a cutting board, use a sharp knife to slice thin, long pieces of avocado. Lay in a single layer on toast.
- Sprinkle with sea salt and pepper.
- *If you don't have rye toast, feel free to substitute. Bread with richer flavor will go best, though you can use any bread on hand.