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Delicious!! Try using Sriracha salt it gives the sandwich a hint of spice and garlic. I doused it in hot sauce but it is indulgently delicious as written. There is a slight discrepancy in step three regarding the bread. Regardless hindsight taught me that next time I will put both slices of bread -butter side up-in the same pan I used to cook the egg (without wiping it out). Then I'll flip one over layer the ingredients and top with the other bread slice butter side up. Then flip the whole sandwich. Because the sides that weren't toasted were soggy. Thank you for the recipe.
this recipe was delicious!! I used hummus on my bread instead of butter and put a couple pieces of bacon on it! needles to say the hungry baby in my tummy was impressed. killed every breakfast craving I had and kept me full!
My execution of the ingredients was not very good but the end result was very tasty. I didn't have Swiss cheese, just sharp cheddar and my avocado was too ripe so I smashed it and spread it on the bread, along with the other ingredients. Both my hubby and I really liked this sandwich but the way I made it, I think it would be better as an open- faced sandwich. Definitely a good recipe to try again.
Excellent sandwich! I used multi-grain sour dough bread and only one egg. Would never think to add avocado to a sandwich like this but it works really well here. I had it for lunch and it is very filling. Thanks for the easy recipe!
I made it a "Three Cheese" Egg and Avocado Sandwich: I just added a third cheese (Muenster) on top of the second slice and then piled on the ingredients as instructed. It helped to hold the avocado chunks in the place too. I used whole grain wheat bread and it was killer.
I used 2 slices of marble rye bread and the cheese I had on hand Monterey Jack and Vermont sharp cheddar. I fried the eggs on a griddle over my stove using my little veg oil then layered the buttered bread and layered egg cheese and avocado. It was delicious!