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Egg and Bacon Wrapped Asparagus Breakfast

By: Ramona Cuisine from
Updated June 20, 2019
Egg and Bacon Wrapped Asparagus Breakfast
Egg and Bacon Wrapped Asparagus Breakfast

"Bacon wrapped asparagus and egg! Doesn’t this sound perfect to you as for me it is one of the best combinations ever. This bacon wrapped asparagus dish is so easy to prepare, it is pretty elegant to have and serve, and you only need three ingredients, combo that will absolutely overwhelm anyone’s taste palette and buds with its very tasty simplicity. With just three ingredients the perfect breakfast is ready in 20 min - Perfection and simply deliciousness!"

NotesAsparagus will cook very quickly so in order to avoid overcooking it I do suggest that you wrap it with a pretty thinly cut rashers of bacon. If your bacon isn’t the thinnest one available just use little strips.
Don't worry if your bacon has got some fat as long as it's not too much of it. Another tip for this recipe would be to buy the asparagus that has got chunkier stalks.

Serves4 People

Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time15 min


  • 4 eggs (soft boiled) * see recipe notes
  • 20 stalks of asparagus
  • 10 rashers bacon


  1. Line an oven dish or tray with baking paper. I used a Silpat mat.

  2. Wash the asparagus and slightly pat dry. Trim of the woody bits at the end of the stem (approx 2-3 cm) * (see recipe notes).

  3. Cut your bacon rashes into 2-3 strips lengthways.

  4. Wrap the bacon strips around the asparagus stems and place on the prepared oven tray/dish.

  5. Place the oven tray in the middle of the oven and turn the heat on set to 190 C *(see recipe notes). Bake until the bacon is nice and crisp, I would say for about 15 to a maximum of 20 minutes.

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