Crispy Smoked Salmon and Fried Egg Stack
Crispy and pan fried smoked salmon with a fried egg and creamy avocado on bread. Oh good morning world.
I love crispy, and pan fried smoked salmon. Healthier than bacon and I think even more delicious than having smoked salmon straight from the packet. Pan frying it in it’s own healthy fats makes for beautiful crunchy and crispy salmon pieces that can be paired with absolutely anything. In this case — avocado. And it’s so quick and easy to cook up.
All you really need to do is throw your eggs and your salmon into a pan. Really.
Stack it all onto your favourite bread — in this case, my favourite bread on the day was grainy. Extra crunch.
That’s it. I know I’ve done it before when I made that beautiful Crispy Smoked Salmon, Garlic Avocado and Tomato on a toasted English Muffin, and I was badly craving it again.
Runny yolk. Creamy avocado. And perfectly crisp salmon.
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- 100 g | 3.5oz smoked salmon
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 sliced avocado mixed
- 2 slices bread of choice , toasted or fresh
- Drizzle half of the side of a non tick pan/skillet with a little oil for the eggs. Pan fry eggs on the greased side, and the salmon on the clean side of the pan over medium heat on a nonstick pan/skillet. No cooking oil for the salmon needed, as the salmon releases it’s own natural oil.
- Fry until salmon has turned golden and crisp, and the eggs are cooked to your liking.
- Top each bread/toast with avocado slices, egg and half of the crispy salmon!
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