Avocado toast with feta, mint and celery

Total time: 0:07 Prep: 0:05 Cook: 0:02 Level: Easy Serves: 1 person Ingredients 1 slice sourdough bread, toasted half ripe avocado, mashed squeeze of lime 20 g. feta cheese 1 stick celery, sliced 2-3 mint leaves, torn salt and pepper, to serve Directions Combine the mashed avocado and lime juice and season well. Spread on the toast. Spread the celery slices over the avocado then sprinkle with the feta and torn mint leaves. [“source=netdoctor”]

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