Asparagus And Soft Boiled Guinea Fowl Eggs Recipe

I have a glut of guinea fowl eggs which are delicious soft boiled, and in fact my favourite soft boiled egg. My friends over @ TopVeg suggested that I try serving asparagus with soft boiled guinea fowl eggs so here is the recipe.

Asparagus & Soft Boiled Guinea Fowl Eggs
Asparagus & Soft Boiled Guinea Fowl Eggs


  • Bunch of asparagus tips. (5/6 per person)
  • Bread for toasting. (2 per person)
  • Bacon rashers. (2 per person)
  • Large tomatoes. (2 per person)
  • Guinea fowl eggs. (4 per person)
  • Virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar for seasoning.


  1. Grill bacon until cooked and crispy or to your liking.
  2. Grill tomatoes.
  3. Boil apsaragus until cooked.
  4. Boil water for guinea fowl egg and then when boiling add guinea fowl eggs which take 3 to 3 and a half minutes to soft boil.
  5. Let guinea fowl eggs cool and then peel carefully.
  6. Toast bread.
  7. Butter the toast and squash tomatoes onto the toast.
  8. Layer on the grilled bacon rashers.
  9. Add the asparagus tips.
  10. Add the guinea fowl eggs to the top of the dish and then cut in half so that the yolk runs onto the dish.
  11. Sprinkle the dish with a little virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar to season.
  12. Enjoy!

Do you have any good recipes for using guinea fowl eggs or asparagus, if so I’d love to hear them.

3 thoughts on “Asparagus And Soft Boiled Guinea Fowl Eggs Recipe”

  1. Your eggs look terrific, and very tasty too. The yolks are such an amazing yellow! I am not a huge fan of asparagus, but would enjoy your eggs eaten with streaky bacon. x

Comments are closed.