Scrambled Eggs with Green Asparagus and Parmesan

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A simple twist to typical scrambled eggs. The additions of asparagus offers a good source of vitamin, dietary fiber and protein. I had it for the weekend lunch served with rye crackers, but it is as delicious as for breakfast. If you prefer your scrambled eggs moist and creamy, then cook them over low flame.

  • 250 g Green asparagus
  • 2 Eggs, large
  • 2 tbsp Milk
  • 20 g Parmesan, grated
  • 1 tbsp Chives (or spring onion), chopped
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 10 g Butter
  • 1-2 slice Rye bread or pumpernickel
  • 1 tbsp Sour Cream
  1. Clean and trim the asparagus. Discard the woody ends and cut asparagus into 2-inch lengths.
  2. Crack the eggs into a mixing bowl. Add in milk, grated Parmesan, chopped chives, salt and pepper. Beat the egg mixture with a whisk until all the ingredients are completely blended together.
  3. Melt butter in a skillet over medium heat. Add in the asparagus and stir fry for about 4-5 minutes. Pour in the egg mixture and cook, covered, for about 5 minutes until set or to your liking. Turn the egg on the bread and serve with sour cream.


wenn 17/4/11 17:11

oh..i should try it one day!

Belinda @zomppa 17/4/11 17:23

Looking for a Sunday breakfast idea...might be the perfect thing.

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 17/4/11 17:28

Looks amazing, especially since I now love asparagus, wasn't always the case!

Anncoo 17/4/11 18:16

I just had asparagus with fresh mushrooms yesterday and I would like to try this out for breakfast too :)

Sharmilee! :) 17/4/11 18:41

Scrambled eggs looks so good and tempting too

Rosa's Yummy Yums 17/4/11 18:52

A wonderful and perfect combo!



Mother Rimmy 17/4/11 18:54

Great idea to top the works on a whole grain cracker. A very nice change from toast or a muffin! I'm a big fan of eggs and veggies. They make a perfect meal any time of the day.


girlichef 17/4/11 18:55

I do love this kind of meal and think it'd make a perfect brunch..with a mimosa. Mmmm! Lovely Angie :D

lena 17/4/11 18:57

this really looks great on the breakfast table and i love my eggs to be more creamy!

Parsley Sage 17/4/11 19:13

Asparagus is one of those 'never tried' veggies for me. Maybe this is a good way to sneaky my mouth into eating it. :) Thanks for sharing, it looks delicious!

Beth 17/4/11 19:35

What a gorgeous meal. Asparagus served any way is fantastic!

Heavenly Housewife 17/4/11 19:45

Gosh, that looks so good. What a healthy and seasonal meal!
*kisses* HH

Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets 17/4/11 19:54

Mmm this is a spring dish if I ever saw one. This is definitely going on my breakfast to-make list.

Sense of Home 17/4/11 22:38

We often eat scrambled eggs and I have added asparagus before, but the addition of sour cream is new to me, something I will try next time.


Three-Cookies 17/4/11 22:43

I have never tried eggs and asparagus, sounds interesting. Very interesting website design.

Wilde in the Kitchen 17/4/11 22:59

This looks perfect, simple and healthy! just what I need for a weekend breakfast!

claudia lamascolo 17/4/11 23:10

What an awesome combination!

Katerina 17/4/11 23:27

I love this version of scrambled eggs, so much more tasty than the plain one!

Kate 18/4/11 00:05

This looks delish! I love eggs with any kind of cheese and the asparagus is a great addition for the season! Thanks for sharing!

Claudia 18/4/11 00:22

I've been on an egg kick lately - must be that Easter-bunny thing we have in the USA - loving the asparagus with the eggs. Yes, it's going to happen.

tigerfish 18/4/11 01:37

I thought they were asparagus fritters! :D Nice and simple asparagus idea - I like it!

Lisa H. 18/4/11 01:37

Definitely a good way to start my day... :D

Betty @ scrambled hen fruit 18/4/11 01:42

I just came into the house from cutting asparagus. :) I love it with eggs too- this looks like the perfect breakfast!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 18/4/11 03:44

I think asparagus is the queen of the vegetable kingdom! What a lovely dish.

kitchen flavours 18/4/11 04:10

This looks good. I had scrambled eggs with asparagus before but not with added parmesan. Never thought of serving it with sour cream either! Yummy!

Eva 18/4/11 04:49

That sounds amazing, I love that you served them on nice thick crackers. I love having soft foods on top of crunchy ones :)

maameemoomoo - a ½ food blog 18/4/11 04:54

Are u for real Angie?

Everything you whip up looks sooo delish! I'm drooling all over my keyboard you know! haha!

btw, do u have any good salad dressing, ideal for detox diet. I'm bored with vinaigrette. :P

Monet 18/4/11 06:24

What a great way to incorporate that lovely spring vegetable into my morning meal. Thank you for sharing another beautifully rendered post. You know how to get my week off to a great start. I hope your week bursts forth with flavor and love. Hugs from Austin!

Anonymous 18/4/11 07:10

I absolutely love fresh asparagus. This takes scrambled eggs to a whole new level of deliciousness!
:-) Mandy

Ivy 18/4/11 07:17

Angie I love your recipe. This is how my mother used to make wild asparagus (agrelia) in Cyprus.

Sarah 18/4/11 07:29

What an inspiration this blog is! It looks spectacular! the photogrpahs, the layout, the recipes... are a treat for the senses!

Jeannie 18/4/11 07:54

This is another simple recipe I am bookmarking:D Just love eggs and asparagus is a bonus in there!

Priya 18/4/11 10:22

Thats a delicious and inviting platter, can have it without any hesitation rite now..

Sanjeeta kk 18/4/11 12:07

Would love to make this for my kids, a good way to introduce Asparagus to kids!

Lauren 18/4/11 13:40

I love a "scramble" I think omelets get dried out. The low flame is a great tip. Simple and delicious (healthy too).

Ah Tze 18/4/11 14:17

This combination make a power breakfast! I've bookmarking this recipe :D

Ellie 18/4/11 14:40

I love this dish. It is great with spinach also!! Thanks :)

Platanos, Mangoes and Me! 18/4/11 15:08

Great recipe and very tasty looking.

Jenn 18/4/11 15:18

I love eggs, yet never seem to eat them too often. This sounds wonderful!!

this designer cooks 18/4/11 15:46

This is a great blog. I love the layout and the pictures. And wonderful recipes, of course! So glad to have found it.

Anna C 18/4/11 16:21

Angie,asparagus just screams springtime! Love it in a frittata...also so delicious in risotto.

RavieNomNoms 18/4/11 16:27

THAT is my kind of breakfast...sounds absolutely amazing!

Min {Honest Vanilla} 18/4/11 16:38

Looks like you too couldn't resist picking up a great looking bunch of asparagus! :) I love this yummy and creamy breakfast! Droool~


What a great combo! Maybe for Easter brunch?

Gloria 18/4/11 18:41

Angie, what yummy are your recipes! always Im hungry here!! xxgloria

aipi 18/4/11 18:41

Now..that is something I can eat for breakfast everyday without having to think twice :)
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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 18/4/11 19:38

Lovely dish! I would love this for breakfast as much as I would for lunch or dinner! Thanks for sharing, Angie.

Lynda 18/4/11 20:20

I love all the options there are for scrambled eggs. This is delicious looking!

Angie's Recipes 18/4/11 21:11

@maameemoomoo - a ½ food blog I believe that eggs are allowed in, how about remoulade sauce?

Jennifurla 18/4/11 21:46

I have not had asparagus lately, this is just what I needed to inspire me.

Tanantha 18/4/11 23:36

i was stumbling with white asparagus this past weekend. This dish is easy and creative! i guess it's time for me to move on from white to green asparagus!

Torviewtoronto 19/4/11 01:03

delicious healthy presentation

spcookiequeen 19/4/11 01:17

This is a great way to put some veggies in breakfast. Like how you put them on the rye cracker too. Hope you are having a great week.

She's Cookin' 19/4/11 02:37

A lovely way to dress up scrambled eggs! Asparagus is one of the best things about Spring :)

Reeni 19/4/11 03:08

Asparagus and eggs are a terrific combo! I could eat this any time of the day!

Velva 19/4/11 03:48

Looks delightful, Definitely a tasty combination I would enjoy. anytime of day. except, the evening, I would enjoy this meal with wine.


grace 19/4/11 08:45

there aren't too many ways to spruce up scrambled eggs, but you've certainly struck upon one here! lovely plate, angie!

Nammi 19/4/11 10:17

never would have thought of combining eggs and asparagus

Yesim 19/4/11 12:14

i loved it.. sounds great..

JR/Mike 19/4/11 14:08

I eat eggs everyday for breakfast and I'm always looking for a different way to eat them besides plain scrambled. Looks great and healthy! Good way to get your greens in the morning!

Barbara 19/4/11 14:18

We love asparagus around here...have it several times a week. I love making quiche with it so why not pair it with eggs for breakfast. Super idea!

Karen 19/4/11 17:19

Asparagus and eggs make such a great combo, love your rendition. I can't wait to us the first local asparagus.

Joanne 19/4/11 19:54

Simple and satisfying. Definitely perfect for a weekend morning.

Maria 19/4/11 19:56

Gorgeous asparagus! What a yummy dish :)

Juliana 19/4/11 21:34

Angie, I absolutely love the simplicity of this dish...perfect as a light meal. Great pictures as always. Have a great week ahead :-)

sweetlife 19/4/11 21:56

I would love this for lunch!! A stunning plate!!


Raina 20/4/11 03:53

Yum! This looks perfectly delicious. I love this combo:)

kitchen flavours 20/4/11 04:25

Hi Angie, I have some awards for you! Please stop by to pick them up when you can. Thank you!

Magic of Spice 21/4/11 23:40

What a great idea...looks delicious and I love asparagus :)

marla 22/4/11 22:41

I always love this combination of flavors, great meal Angie!

Barbara Bakes 23/4/11 04:53

A really beautifully presented, delicious dish!

Stevie 29/4/11 00:21

This one sounds like it would be very effective to serve for brunch or to that certain someone special on a Saturday morning...


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