Someone should genetically engineer the eggvocado. Seriously. Calling all scientists! Stop what you're doing and make this happen. It's THAT delicious. It needs to be a natural thing. Or fake-natural and modified, but just a thing that exists in and of itself.
Failing that, thankfully my new favorite breakfast (and lunch, and dinner) is easy to make. See below. I like to pretend that it's a culinary art, and I an artiste, so I've done my best to write lengthy descriptions for simple things. Apologies in advance.
1 half of an avocado (pitted)
Salt and pepper
-Preheat oven to 375°F (or higher, but higher increases the potentail for an overcooked egg. And nobody likes an overcooked egg. Or puts baby in a corner...(sorry, I had to!))
-Using some aluminum foil, create a bowl / boat for your eggvocado to live in. You also may have a more appropriate kitchen utensil that fits the bill.
-Scoop out some extra avocado to create a larger hollow...enough to ensure that the egg doesn't completely overflow
-Crack the egg in the avocado hollow and and some salt & pepper to taste
-Toss that sucker in the oven for approximately 15 minutes. Ideally, you want a tender yoke and some non-runny whites,
-Top with salsa and greek yogurt
-Enjoy and stuff
My first time out of the gates, some things went right, and a couple went wrong. It happens to a lot of people, don't judge.
Things that went right
-Adding the "discarded" avocado to the alumnium foil boat. Despite some initial hesitation that cooked avocado would be no bueno, I tossed the little pieces in the oven. When else was I going to use them? The result: more delicousness. As if baked avocado could suck. I mean, IT'S AVOCADO! It's always awesome.
-Tossing mushrooms in and around the eggvocado to be. Genius.
-Special guests, salsa and greek yogurt.
-Singing "eggvocado" to Duran Duran's Rio. We don't need to revist it all, but just know the chorus started "My eggvocado is so delicious and so grand",
Things that went awry
-I ran out of bagels, and had to eat this with toast, despite living across the street (literally, I can see them now) from one of Montreal's top bagel shops. Fail.
-That's really all that went wrong, but it's worth two.