Yields2 Servings
Prep Time5 minsCook Time5 minsTotal Time10 mins


Avocado and edamame smash. Creamy, zesty, and a dash of spice, give this classic avocado favourite a new sense of life! Edamame beans (already shelled) can be found in the frozen section at your major supermarkets. Or you may find them whole at you local food market, where you'll need to get rockin and poppin!
 1 avocado
  edamame, shelled
 1 lemon or lime, juiced and a wedge for serving
 50 g feta
 1 tbsp coriander or basil
 fresh chilli slices or chilli flakes
 2 thick slices of brown and grainy sourdough
 20 ml extra virgin olive oil
 eggs - optional

1

Boil the kettle and put frozen edamame in to a bowl and cover with boiling water for 1-2 minutes and drain.

2

In another bowl, scoop out the flesh of the avocado using a spoon and then add the lemon/lime juice and edamame and smash together with a fork. It will be lumpy, this is fine, you just want the ingredients combined.

3

Brush your toast with olive oil and lightly toast it.

4

Put on to plates, top with avocado mix and sprinkle with feta, coriander/basil and serve with a wedge of lemon or lime, salt and pepper. YUUUUMMMM.

GF - serve on gluten free toast, DF and LF - remove feta and add a dollop spicey tomato chutney or add 1/4 teaspoon wasabi to the avocado mix




Ingredients

Avocado and edamame smash. Creamy, zesty, and a dash of spice, give this classic avocado favourite a new sense of life! Edamame beans (already shelled) can be found in the frozen section at your major supermarkets. Or you may find them whole at you local food market, where you'll need to get rockin and poppin!
 1 avocado
  edamame, shelled
 1 lemon or lime, juiced and a wedge for serving
 50 g feta
 1 tbsp coriander or basil
 fresh chilli slices or chilli flakes
 2 thick slices of brown and grainy sourdough
 20 ml extra virgin olive oil
 eggs - optional

Directions

1

Boil the kettle and put frozen edamame in to a bowl and cover with boiling water for 1-2 minutes and drain.

2

In another bowl, scoop out the flesh of the avocado using a spoon and then add the lemon/lime juice and edamame and smash together with a fork. It will be lumpy, this is fine, you just want the ingredients combined.

3

Brush your toast with olive oil and lightly toast it.

4

Put on to plates, top with avocado mix and sprinkle with feta, coriander/basil and serve with a wedge of lemon or lime, salt and pepper. YUUUUMMMM.

GF - serve on gluten free toast, DF and LF - remove feta and add a dollop spicey tomato chutney or add 1/4 teaspoon wasabi to the avocado mix
Avocado and edamame mash

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