Let’s face it: Avocado automatically makes any dish taste better. Whether it’s classic guacamole, avocado toast, smoothies, fries, or even brownies, there’s no question that this fruit (yes, it’s technically a fruit!) is ridiculously versatile. What’s more, avocados are a great source of healthy fats; studies suggest that healthy high-fat foods like avocados may help lower levels of “bad” LDL cholesterol and lower inflammation linked to heart disease.

December 20, 2016

Let’s face it: Avocado automatically makes any dish taste better. Whether it’s classic guacamole, avocado toast, smoothies, fries, or even brownies, there’s no question that this fruit (yes, it’s technically a fruit!) is ridiculously versatile. What’s more, avocados are a great source of healthy fats; studies suggest that healthy high-fat foods like avocados may help lower levels of “bad” LDL cholesterol and lower inflammation linked to heart disease.

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If you’ve been overdoing it on your go-to avocado toast and are looking for a new way to incorporate the superfood into your morning meal, try this tasty Potato, Egg, and Avocado Hash recipe from our sister brand Real Simple. Not only is this hash a delicious way to start your day, but it’s a meat-free meal that’s still packed with filling protein. Watch the video to learn how to make this vegetarian dish for a hearty, crowd-pleasing breakfast.

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Don’t have time to watch? Read the full transcript:

Begin by boiling a pot of water on your stove. Then add chopped potatoes to the water and cook for six minutes. Next, heat olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Once the oil is sizzling, add the cooked potatoes, followed by thinly-sliced red peppers, salt, and pepper. Cook all the ingredients for five minutes. Then add a bunch of sliced scallions and mix until everything is totally incorporated.

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After all the ingredients are added, use your wooden spoon to push the mixture and make four wells. Then crack an egg into each well. Reduce the heat to medium-low, cover with a lid and cook until the whites are set—this should take about six minutes. Remove your skillet from the heat and garnish with chopped avocados, lime juice, and chopped cilantro.