Fried Eggs With Wild Asparagus

Fried Eggs With Wild Asparagus

If you like to eat eggs for breakfast but are affraid of cholesterol we have an excellent recipe for you. The Wild Asparagus is full of nutrients and dietary fiber. They have great cleaning power and help clear the liver. They also contain something that is especially welcome in combination with eggs. Bitter plants emulate fat in a natural way and help our body’s digestion. Wild plants that grow by themselves are one of the best things nature has to offer. The Wild Asparagus Spice helps us prepare great, healthy dishes in the winter. A simple, efficient and fast-prepared meal.


– 2 to 3 tablespoons of water

– A handful of Wild Asparagus (adjust the amount, a few stems are just enough) or 1g of Rough/Fine ground (as desired) Wild Asparagus Spice

– 1 tablespoon of Olive Oil per person or Wild Asparagus Olive Oil – for a full and complete flavour

– 2 eggs per person

– Salt

– Pepper


– Wash and cut the Wild Asparagus stems into 3 parts (just like Garden Asparagus they dry out quickly and turn woody, so always cut the bottom end off if they haven’t been freshly picked. The bottom, wooden part can be used for soup broths). Bake at a low temperature so you can keep most of the thermally labile substances while keeping the eggs from being overdone . that way they will be better to digest.

– Pour 3 tablespoons of water into a saucepan and add the bottom parts of the Asparagus or the Wild Asparagus spice, this part needs a few minutes more to prepare.

– After 2 or 3 minutes when the water is boiling, add the top parts of the Asparagus or the other half of the Wild Asparagus Spice, along with Olive Oil or Wild Asparagus Olive Oil (for a complete flavour).

– Add a little bit more water (if needed) and season by your own taste.

– Stew for a minute and crack your eggs in.

– When the eggs have cooked enough, turn off the heat and carefully flip them over with a spatula. Leave them in the sauce pan until the white is also cooked on the other side.

– Offer your Wild Asparagus Fried Eggs with a slice of bread. For an even healthier effect add a fist of fresh Dandelion leaves. A great, energy rich breakfast will fill you up and help your body clean and digest.

Smart Advice

You can store Garden or Wild Asparagus in a refrigerator for a couple of days, but you will have to cut off a piece of it every day and throw most of it away. If you enjoy your wild foods we would definitely recommend the Wild Asparagus Spice and the Wild Asparagus Olive Oil, so you can prepare amazing meals throughout the year.

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