Avocado Toast with Spicy White Beans & Fried Egg

A unique take on the suddenly-popular Avocado toast, Chef Frank Brigtsen’s recipe brings the cajun flavor to this California favorite.

Ingredients

 1 16-oz can Blue Runner® Creole Cream Style Navy Beans
 ½ tsp salt
 2 tsp Sriracha hot chili sauce
 ¼ tsp granulated garlic
 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
 2 ripe avocados
 ¼ cup very finely diced red onion
 1 tsp lime juice
 1 tsp salt
 1 pinch white pepper
 4 slices hearty, whole-grain bread
 4 eggs, fried

Directions

1

In a mixing bowl, add the Blue Runner® Creole Cream Style Navy Beans, ½ teaspoon salt, Sriracha hot sauce, granulated garlic, and olive oil. Stir until well blended. Set aside.

2

In a separate mixing bowl, add the avocados, red onion, lime juice, 1 teaspoon of salt, and white pepper. Using a large kitchen spoon, coarsely chop and mash the avocados. Mix until well blended. Set aside.

3

Toast the bread. While the bread is toasting, fry the eggs.

4

To assemble, spread a generous layer of the spicy beans on each slice of toast. Top with a layer of the mashed avocado. Top with a fried egg and serve immediately.

You May Also Like:

Cinco de Beans-ohAnybody who tells you Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of Mexico’s independence from Spain has had one too many margaritas. The truth is Mexico won that battle in 1810. Cinco de Mayo actually commemorates Mexico’s defeat of the French in the Franco-Mexican War at The Battle of Puebla in 1862. While we understand that they celebrate the holiday bigtime in the state of Puebla, it’s a relatively minor holiday in the rest of Mexico. Here in United States, though, Cinco de Mayo has become a huge celebration of Mexican culture. In New Orleans, of course, we’re always looking for a good excuse for a party. These refried beans made with Blue Runner Creole Style Black Beans are delicioso--and they only take 25 minutes. Get cookin’ so you can get dippin’. Serves 4-6.
Instant Pot Red BeansFinally break down and buy an instant pot? Now it’s time to put it to the test. Can it make red beans as good as your mama’s? Only time will tell. And it won’t be that much time at that!
Slow Cooker Red Beans and RiceThink red beans are best slow and on low? You’re not alone. They’re also creamier when you combine Blue Runner dried and canned red beans. Give it a try, then let us know what you think. Mondays just got better…and easier.