Updated: Aug 31, 2022
Question: Will you ever get tired of creating toast recipes? Me: Nope! I honestly find that open-faced toast is super underrated. You can dress the toast up however you want. Fancy, elegant, light, classy, artsy, fruity, cheesy, etc. It is almost infinite if you really think about the possibilities.
I seem to be on a harissa roll these days and this idea just popped into my mind. Actually, I was thinking of creating a Shakshuka style of harissa poached eggs. But I already have a Sambal Telur Pecah recipe. Moreover, making harissa poached eggs look exactly like any Shakshuka.
So I slapped some hummus onto some toast and fried an egg in the harissa. The result is super eggcellent. That hummus boasts the flavors to another level of yummiliciousness. All I can say is, that you have to give this recipe a try.
(Serve 1, sadly)
High Quality Olive Oil, 2 TBSP + 2 TBSP
Baguette / Ciabatta / Batard, 2 Slices
Hummus Homemade, 2 Heaping Spread
Harissa Homemade, 3 TBSP
Water / Chicken Stock, 1/4 Cup
Scallions Finely Chopped, A Small Handful
Pink Himalayan Salt, Pinch
Black Pepper, Pinch
Cast Iron Skillet / Pan
Please visit my "Hummus" page for the recipe.
Please visit my "How To Make Harissa" page for the recipe.
In a skillet over medium heat, add 2 TBSP of olive oil.
Once the oil is heated up, add in the bread.
Toast until the bottom is cwispy brown.
Transfer onto a serving plate.
Spread the hummus onto the toasted bread.
Add harissa and stock into a bowl. Mix until well combined.
In a non-stick pan over medium heat, add 2 TBSP of olive oil.
Once the oil is heated up, add the harissa mixture.
As soon as the mixture starts to sizzle, crack an egg into a cup and slide the egg onto the mixture.
Cook until the egg whites are set.
Carefully slide the harissa-egg mixture onto the toast.
Sprinkle some scallions over the top.
Season with some salt and pepper.
I'll just let the photo do the talking...