Friday, May 30, 2014

Avocado-Feta Toast with Za'atar

This was a DELICIOUS lunch.  Just SO good.  The website I got this from,, doesn't seem to be currently working, so I can't link it, but I hope the website comes back; I've gotten a lot of good recipes from there.  You just mash a half of an avocado with a bit of crumbled feta, spread it on a hot piece of hot toast, and top with Middle-Easter Za'atar seasoning.  I ate this with Kalamata olives and fresh strawberries; I just enjoyed this so much.

(The movers packed most of our stuff today and yesterday, but I still have some recipes saved up to post here.  I won't really be "cooking" for a while now.)
Avocado-Feta Toast with Za'atar
makes 1 serving

1 slice favorite bread, toasted
1/2 avocado, diced
1 oz feta, crumbled (or to taste- I used about 1 TBS.)
a big pinch of za'atar
sliced tomato, optional (I didn't have, but would be so good)
coarse salt and fresh ground pepper

1.  In a small bowl, gently smash your avocado with a fork. Add in your crumbled feta and gently combine. Spread your avocado and feta mixture evenly onto toast. Sprinkle with za'atar. Top with tomato slices and season with salt and pepper as desired.
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Linda said...

Sometimes the simplest things can taste so good. This is a great idea - thanks for posting when you are so busy!

Debbie Carter said...

This looks so good! I am due for a Penzey's trip. I will have to pick up some of that seasoning.

What a Dish! said...

Thanks ladies; it tastes better than you think! Ha ha.

LadyJayPee said...

I love avocado on toast, but hadn't thought of adding feta. I have made my own za'atar seasoning.

What a Dish! said...

The feta really adds something. And making your own za'atar would probably be easy; I might do that if I run out. I think I already have everything.