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Poached Eggs Avocado And Smoked Salmon Breakfast Recipe
Smoked Salmon Breakfast Recipe with Poached Eggs Avocado, Roasted Portobello Mushrooms, Fresh Tomato, Potato Hash, and Sour Dough Toast.
This poached eggs avocado and smoked salmon breakfast recipe is for you! Smoked salmon is a delicious and elegant addition to any dish. This recipe pairs this decadent smoked fish with eggs, avocado, tomato, and Portobello mushrooms.
It’s no secret that eggs and avocado are two of the most popular brunch items. You add smoked salmon to that duo, and you’ll make these two favorites even better! This blog post will provide step-by-step directions on how to create this dish and also provide tips for cooking it perfectly.
It is a simple recipe, but an excellent one. The best part about brunch isn’t just sweet or savory, it’s whatever you want it to be! So why not try something new?
Smoked Salmon Recipe That Rocks
I have been cooking professionally for over 20 years and have had to come up with new meal ideas on the fly so many times. I’m happy to share what has worked well for me in the past. This dish is not only delicious but also a great source of Omega3 and protein!
The ingredients of the dish itself are quite interesting; eggs are usually eaten in the morning with toast or some other breakfast item. While smoked salmon can be enjoyed at breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
The combination of these two foods makes for a very nutritious meal that can be enjoyed any time of day! If you’re looking to add some variety to your usual food routine or if you want to try something new then give this recipe a go.
What Goes Well With Smoked Salmon?
A popular combination is smoked salmon eggs benedict, the rich hollandaise sauce complements the smoked salmon. Pasta pairs well with a wide variety of pasta dishes. We love smoked salmon with a simple infusion of fresh garlic and extra virgin olive oil.
What Is The Difference Between Hot Smoked And Cold Smoked Salmon
A popular question in the culinary world is: “What’s the difference between hot smoked and cold smoked salmon?” Simple answer: Hot smoking hot and fast, cold smoking low and slow.
There are a couple of differences, but one of the most important is how hot the smoke is when smoking salmon and the other is the length of time the salmon is in the smoke.
Hot smoking salmon is just that smoking with hot smoke, this process smokes and cooks the salmon and can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 12 hours. This will produce dark orange flesh with an orang light brown outer surface. Hot smoking gives an increased smoky buttery flavor.
Cold smoking salmon is using cold smoke to smoke the salmon and can take as little as two days or as long as one week to smoke. Cold smoking will impart a subtle smoky aromatic flavor that is rich and refined. The flesh and outer surface will be a bright orange which is delicate and tender.
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What’s the best way to eat smoked salmon?
There are many ways to enjoy smoked salmon. However one of my favorites is eating smoked salmon for breakfast. This healthy oily fish with subtle smokey notes is awesome breakfast food.
Add healthy poached eggs, avocado, and mushrooms and you will take the smoked salmon to another level! These are recipes that no one wants to cook.
Poached Eggs Avocado And Smoked Salmon Breakfast Recipe
Smoked Salmon and Vegetables
- 200 grams Hot smoked salmon
- 8 each Portobello Mushrooms
- 1 each Large ripe tomato
- 4 each Hash browns - Store brought
- 4 each Slices of artisan sour dough bread
- 1 each Large ripe Hass avocado
- 8 each Free-range hens eggs
- 1 tbsp White vinegar or lemon juice
- 2 liters Hot water
- 1 tsp Himalayan pink salt
- 1 tsp Himalayan pink salt and freshly ground black pepper
- 2 sprigs Fresh thyme
- 1 tbsp Truffle oil - Optional
Smoked Salmon and Mushrooms
- Remove the stalks from the mushrooms and clean, if you like you can peel the tops.Place the mushrooms into a medium heated pan top side down, season with salt and pepper, cooking until moisture starts to seep out.Break the smoked salmon into four even pieces and place on top of the mushrooms to warm through.
Hash Browns, Avocado, and Tomato
- For this recipe, I’ve used store brought hash browns and the best way to cook them if you don’t have a deep fryer is to grill them.They come out golden and crispy!Thinly slice the avocado and tomato, toast the sourdough.
- Add the vinegar and salt to the pot bring to a simmer.Crack the eggs into a cup first, one by one then carefully slide them into the pot.Only poach 4 eggs at a time as adding too many eggs with cool the poaching water too much. The eggs should simmer in the water for 4 – 4 ½ minutes for soft poached eggs.If you like your eggs a bit firmer leave them in the water for about 1 – 2 minutes more.Use a slotted spoon to remove the eggs from the water, you can drain them on disposable paper towels.It’s that easy.
Plating Your Smoked Salmon Eggs and Avocado Brunch
- There is no one way of plating your smoked salmon eggs and avocado brunch.This is the way I have plated the dish to give you some ideas.I finished the plating with freshly cracked pepper, fresh thyme from the garden, and a drizzle of truffle oil.Smoked salmon eggs and avocado brunch is a healthy, quick meal that you can whip up in no time at all.This dish has some simple ingredients that are easy to find and inexpensive.It also tastes delicious!
Serving Size: 50g Smoked Salmon With Poached Eggs, Avocado, Roasted Portobello Mushrooms, Fresh Tomato, Potato Hash, and Sour Dough Toast.
Calories 750 | Total Fat 49.6 g | Carbohydrates 46.9 g | Fiber 10.7 g | Protein 30.5 g | Iron 4.4 mg
How To Poach The Perfect Eggs
Most people don’t know how to poach an egg. Have you ever tried poaching an egg? Did it turn out as expected? Most often people find that poaching eggs are pretty simple, but in reality, they end up over-cooking them so they are rubbery or undercooking them so they are still raw inside.
Poaching eggs is a great way to have your eggs for breakfast. Poached eggs are healthy and nutritious, which will keep you full longer than scrambled eggs or an omelet would.
It’s also one of the healthiest cooking methods because it doesn’t require any oil and can be done with minimal preparation. Here’s how to make the perfect poached egg every time!
My Enjoyment For Your Enjoyment, Benefit, And Value
If you’re looking for a quick and healthy breakfast, this smoked salmon, poached eggs, and avocado recipe is perfect. Not only is it delicious, but it’s also packed with healthy goodness that will help you stay energized throughout the day.
I create these dishes for your enjoyment, I have fun doing it. After cooking in manic fast pasted environments, cooking at home is relaxing and therapeutic.
All the ingredients in this recipe you can find at your local whole foods or grocery store. I always try to use organic, free-range, or ethically farmed products, the traceability of the product is also important to me. This usually has a story behind it that I can pass on to my family, friends, customers, and you.
Try this recipe and I hope you enjoy cooking and eating it as much as we did. I believe that recipes are worth nothing until you share them. Let me know how you got on with this smoked salmon breakfast recipe, leave your comments below and enjoy!