Poached eggs on Sourdough toast with avocado sauce and and microgeens

Poached Eggs on Sourdough with Avocado Sauce

These poached eggs on sourdough bread are a delicious and healthy way to start any morning!
Poached eggs on Sourdough toast with avocado sauce and and microgeens

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My husband likes his eggs so runny it scares me. It kind of makes me gag. There’s something about a runny egg that skeeves me out. When he’s eating his almost-raw eggs I usually can’t watch or I will lose my appetite. Don’t get me wrong, I like a sunny side up egg as much as the next gal, but cook up the whites, man! He likes his meat pretty raw as well. I’m sure he has a parasite…or two. Thank goodness for our immune system, right?

Which leads me to poached eggs. I love a good poached egg but I’m usually that girl who’s ordering her eggs “cooked through” (usually accompanied by an eyeroll from you know who). I just don’t trust that they won’t be too runny and then I can’t eat them. I also don’t really love the idea of getting sick from a raw egg. Salmonella is not on my to-do list.

Poached eggs on Sourdough toast with avocado sauce and

Which brings me to today’s Poached Eggs on Sourdough with Cilantro Avocado Sauce. This was a shared breakfast…guess which half is mine? It was super easy to make and very light. I just toasted a slice of fresh sourdough bread and topped it with my favorite dandelion and beet microgreens. Then I added the poached eggs and some dollops of the creamy avocado sauce.  It was pretty spectacular, despite the runny egg. 🙂

Poached eggs on Sourdough toast with avocado sauce via @danielleomar

If you’re like me and get a little cautious when it comes to runny eggs, you will love Davidson’s Safest Choice Eggs. These eggs are special because they’re pasteurized in an all-natural warm water bath. This eliminates the risk of Salmonella while retaining all of the egg nutrients and flavor. If you’re like Hany and you love a good raw or under-cooked egg, you can safely use Davidson’s eggs in all your raw applications (think sauces, salad dressings, and ice cream).

So tell me — what’s your egg preference, runny or cooked through?

Poached Eggs on Sourdough with Avocado Cilantro Sauce

Poached Eggs on Sourdough with Avocado Cilantro Sauce

Ingredients

  • 2 Davidson's Safest Choice Pasteurized Eggs
  • 1 tsp grass fed butter
  • 2 handfuls microgreens, sprouts, or greens
  • 1 large slice sourdough bread, halved
  • lemon juice for poaching water
  • For the Sauce:
  • 1 avocado
  • 2 Tbsp fresh lime juice
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • dash sea salt
  • 1/4 cup chopped cilantro

Instructions

  1. Slice your sourdough bread and trim off crust around edges. Toast lightly and place on plate. Top with microgreens.
  2. To make sauce, add all ingredients into your blender and blend until smooth and pourable. Add more water if it's too thick.Taste and season with salt, as needed. Set aside until egg is ready.
  3. Crack eggs and place in small bowl.
  4. Fill small pan with water. Add a squirt of lemon and dash of salt to the water. Bring to boil and then reduce heat to simmer.
  5. Add the eggs to water and let poach until desired doneness, up to 3 minutes.
  6. Remove from poaching water and place on greens. Top with avocado sauce and pepper.
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13 replies
  1. Jessica @ Nutritioulicious
    Jessica @ Nutritioulicious says:

    This looks fabulous! I especially love that avocado sauce, which would be great on so many things! I happen to like my runny poached eggs, but I hear ya on being nervous about them. Thank god for Davidsons 😉

  2. Anne
    Anne says:

    OMG, this is so right on target! I will not eat an iota of that runny stuff either, it’s too gross. I have to make my sunny side up eggs over easy just to cook every bit of the white on top, whereas my husband doesn’t care, he’ll eat the runny stuff.

    Once when we were kids on a family trip to Italy, my siblings and I ordered soft-boiled eggs in a restaurant and they were practically raw – we kept asking for more bread, we probably put a whole bread basket into the eggs in little pieces to soak up the goo.

  3. Rebecca
    Rebecca says:

    Holy yum! Love all these ingredients individually, and combining them would just be magic! Thanks for sharing, totally pinning!

  4. Deanna Segrave-Daly
    Deanna Segrave-Daly says:

    I’m with ya – a runny egg girl I am not. It’s less of the fear of food borne illness vs. just the consistency issue with me. But harden up that egg in this recipe and that’s some good eats in my book!

  5. Colleen Gerg
    Colleen Gerg says:

    This looks amazing and IS on my to-do list! I always thought a “runny egg” meant runny yolks (which I love). A runny white? Now that’s just gross…

  6. Serena
    Serena says:

    I didn’t know the trick about lemon juice in the poaching water – have always used vinegar. Bet lemon juice tastes better!

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