In 2020, I outlined the ins and outs of: The Vegan Cookbook Challenge! Click the title for more information.
Today I am sharing my 14th re-creation. Using a number generator, I landed on page 61 of The Global Vegan and the result was a recipe for Smashed Avo & ‘Feta’ On Toast. Check out the menu category to see my past attempts. Without further ado, let’s see how I went below.
SMASHED AVO & ‘FETA’ ON TOAST – THE RECIPE
– 1 large Avocado
– 2 tablespoons of freshly squeezed Lemon Juice
– A tsp of Sea Salt & freshly ground Black Pepper
– 1 tsp of Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
– 3 tablespoons of Vegan Feta (homemade or store bought)
– 4 slices of Sourdough Bread, toasted
– Chilli Flakes, to serve (optional)
1.) Place the avocado, lemon juice, salt, pepper and olive oil in a bowl. Mash together, keeping it moderately chunky and fold through the feta.
2.) Scoop the smashed avo and feta onto your toast and sprinkle with extra salt and pepper, and chilli flakes, if desired.
SMASHED AVO & ‘FETA’ ON TOAST – THE RESULT
I’ll be honest. This was not the recipe I landed on for the month. I was supposed to make Amaranth Black Bean Burgers but aside from the fact that I couldn’t find Amaranth anywhere, I also tested positive for Covid and was quite unwell. I ended up making things easier for myself and choosing quite a simple recipe. The recipe in the book suggested homemade feta but I went with the store-bought, Bio Cheese option. There isn’t much to say about this one. It was very delicious and full of flavour. I would absolutely make it again. I cannot find a single fault with it. The perfect go-to idea for lunch!
I hope you enjoyed this post in The Vegan Cookbook Challenge! Let me know if you’ve made this dish before and have any tips on how to improve it. Thanks for reading!
Peace & Love xoxo
Cool – I may try this with my fave vegan feta (I think it’s one of the most successful vegan cheeses):
That looks so good, I don’t have that brand here in Melbourne 🙂