Avocado Ricotta Egg Sandwich

February 9, 2012 · 2 comments

When I find a meal I like, I make it a lot.

At one point it was cheese and black bean quesadillas; I’ve been on a peanut butter and banana sandwich kick many times. And you can imagine when I cook up a pot of soup, I eat it for days on end.

For the last week, my lunch staple has been a sandwich made with avocado, ricotta, and egg. It’s delicious, filling, and gives me the protein that I’ve been craving lately. If you’re looking for more vegetables, add a salad or cup of soup on the side.

The richness of the avocado and ricotta make this extra delicious.

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Avocado Ricotta Egg Sandwich

  • English muffin
  • 1/3 avocado, mashed
  • 1/4 cup ricotta
  • 2 eggs, cooked how you like

I like to just layer the sandwich ingredients on the English muffin, and eat the whole thing with a knife and fork. I suppose you could eat it sandwich style, but it’s kind of messy.

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