Avocado Salsa on Batch 5 Toast

The Plain Kitchen Avocado salsa

A friend came over for a cup of tea last week, and very kindly gave me the most wonderful gift: a loaf of Bath Bakery’s Batch #5 Gluten Free Bread. It was a total revelation: that night I had three slices- and, as many of you may know, it’s generally very difficult to do this with a shop bought gluten free loaf. The bread was wonderfully soft- and toasted, it was sublime. I had yet another slice the following day, with the Avocado salsa I had made for the gram wraps: this was avo on toast taken to another level.

Batch #5 is available to buy online: their Seed Loaf looks pretty good too, and I will be ordering some this week.

Serves 1

Ingredients:

1 thick slice of Batch #5 white bread

Butter for the toast (I like rather a lot)

½ large Avo (Hass, if you can)

½ tsp smoked paprika

½ tsp cumin

Absolute tiniest amount of very finely chopped shallot or red onion: this is optional, but I do like a slight fresh onion flavour in a salsa

2 medium tomatoes, finely chopped

Pinch of Maldon salt

Grinding of black pepper

Few leaves basil and coriander, finely chopped

Squeeze of lemon juice

Sour cream and grated cheese to serve

Good gluten free toast and Avocado

Method

Mix all of the salsa ingredients together. Toast the bread, butter it, pile the salsa on top of the toast, followed by the sour cream and cheese. Done.

Batch 5 Gluten Free Bread

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