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Elsa’s organic duck egg with English asparagus soldiers

As the asparagus is ready now make the most of Elsa’s eggs for a real seasonal treat.

To make this really easy dish all you need to do is bring a pan of water to the boil, add Elsa’s organic duck egg and boil it for 6 minutes for a soft, creamy yolk. You should really use a separate pan for the asparagus, again bringing the water up to the boil then adding the asparagus once you’ve trimmed the woody ends, then boiling it for about 3 minutes. Remove the asparagus from the pan, cut the top off the egg, add a little sea salt and voilà – a sublime lunch for one.

It’s loooovly!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ps look out for us meeting customers at Darts farm this Saturday 23rd April.

April 21, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

1 Comment »

  1. Dear Elsa
    Just to tell you that we bought some of your duck eggs at the Exeter Food festival and they were super. My husband had never had duck eggs before but he is now a fan!
    Hope you will be able to come and be part of the Dartmouth Food Festival in October.
    Kind regards
    Jill Garnham
    PS: The Dartmouth Food Festival contact is ‘Manna from Devon’ if you didn’t know.

    Comment by Jill Garnham | May 3, 2011 | Reply

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