Mexican Avocado Toast for Hispanic Heritage

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Mexican Avocado Toast for Hispanic Heritage
Mexican Avocado Toast for Hispanic Heritage Month

A Mexican Avocado Toast to celebrate Hispanic heritage is the perfect bite to start the day with a yummy breakfast or to enjoy for a quick lunch or after working out. This special toast is made with Avocados From Mexico, always delicious, always fresh. Bimbo® Bread, a hard-boiled egg cut in slices, one chopped red tomato, julienned jalapeño , cooked cactus nopalitos and Tabasco® Green Jalapeño Sauce.

Avocados From Mexico, always delicious, always fresh
Avocados From Mexico, always delicious, always fresh

This Mexican Avocado Toast is inspired by the tasty avocado toast trend but merging Mexican culture and its authentic flavors with the representation of my country’s flag. For me, it is important to recognize Hispanic Heritage month as it is the perfect timing to educate my family about my Mexican culture and traditions. And there is no better way than to do it with delicious food.

Watch the video and learn how easy it is to make this Mexican-inspired avocado toast!

Rica Tostada Tricolor con Aguacate para celebrar el mes de la Herencia Hispana

MEXICAN AVOCADO TOAST

Chef Adriana Martin
The Mexican Avocado Toast is made with Avocados From Mexico, always delicious, always fresh. Bimbo® Bread, a hard-boiled egg cut in slices, one chopped red tomato, jalapeño juliennes, cooked cactus nopalitos and Green Tabasco® Sauce.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 15 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Sandwiches
Cuisine Mexican Cuisine
Servings 2 servings

Ingredients
  

  • 1 avocado from Avocados from Mexico
  • 1 teaspoon Tabasco® Green Jalapeño Sauce
  • 2 slices of Bimbo® Bread toasted
  • 1 jalapeño cut in juliennes
  • 1 hard boiled egg peeled and cut in slices
  • 1 red tomato chopped
  • 1 tablespoon cactus nopalitos cooked
  • 2 cilantro leaves

Instructions
 

  • Cut the ripe avocado from Avocados from Mexico in halves and scoop the flesh of one into a plate. Mash using a fork. Add Tabasco® Green Jalapeño Sauce for a dash of spice.
  • Toast the Bimbo® Bread slices and spread equal amounts of the avocado mash to each.
  • Start forming the Mexican flag colors by adding the jalapeño juliennes, then the hard-boiled egg whites and finally the chopped tomato.
  • For the symbol add in the middle a slice of hard-boiled egg, garnish with cactus nopal strips and finish with a cilantro leaf.
  • Repeat the same process for the second toast and enjoy with your favorite family member or friend.

Notes

This Mexican Avocado Toast is a good idea for entertaining at home too. You can place all ingredients in the table and let your family put together their own toast for a fun-filled dining experience with Avocados From Mexico: always fresh, always delicious and always in season!
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Creating easy recipes like this Mexican Avocado Toast allows the opportunity to step outside of the box and make something creative. In this case the Mexican flag, a patriotic symbol that is very important for us Mexicans.

Only yummy ingredients for this Mexican Avocado Toast
Only yummy ingredients for this Mexican Avocado Toast

The Mexican flag has three colors: Green, represented by the avocado  mash and the jalapeño. White, made with slices of cooked egg whites. And red, using chopped red tomatoes. And the symbol is an eagle eating a snake and perched on top of a cactus plant. This is represented by the hard-boiled egg and the nopalitos.

A fun avocado toast inspired in the colors of the Mexican flag
A fun avocado toast inspired by the colors of the Mexican flag

The flavors on this avocado toast go really well together. And then adding avocado combined with Tabasco® Green Jalapeño Sauce makes for a bright and delicious bite.

Main ingredients for the Mexican Avocado Toast
Main ingredients for the Mexican Avocado Toast

For the toast, Bimbo® Bread is a must. I grew up with this brand and it provides the authentic flavor of my favorite Mexican classics.

This Mexican Avocado Toast is a good idea for entertaining at home too
This Mexican Avocado Toast is a good idea for entertaining at home too

There is no doubt that Avocados From Mexico are delicious and so versatile. Always there to help us celebrate our culture and traditions.

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A Mexican Avocado Toast to celebrate Hispanic Heritage is the perfect bite to start the day with a yummy breakfast or to enjoy for a quick lunch or after working out
A Mexican Avocado Toast to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month is the perfect bite to start the day with a yummy breakfast or to enjoy for a quick lunch or after working out

¡Viva México!

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Amy

What a fabulous twist on basic avocado toast! I love, love, love Mexican flavors and try to use them and keep them authentic since both my daughters are part hispanic and I want that background and culture to be a part of our family tradition since our family was built through adoption. What better way than through food and flavors to celebrate their heritage?!

Veena Azmanov

We often have avocado toast for dinner with a side salad. My kids love avocado!! I’m so happy that they are now coming back in season here.

Lauren

This looks delicious and very unique! My son is part Mexican and I feel like we need to explore more of the culture (and definitely the food)!

Pam

I love avocado toast. This is such a fun twist on it for hispanic heritage month.

Noel Lizotte

Such a delicious way to educate folks about the Mexican flag! This would be perfect for a school or work heritage day snack.

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