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Spring. Asparagus. Toast.

Spring Asparagus Toast

It is no secret that asparagus is my most favorite spring time vegetable. There are a few other things I love about spring…

Ruby Red Tulips

Spring Garden Bed
Yellow Daffodils
Purple Verbena
Rosemary
Forsythia
Flowering Trees
Blooming Tree
Spring Asparagus Toast
Flowers courtesy of Chad’s grandma.

Photos, flower envy, and tasty spring asparagus toast courtesy of Sugar Dish Me.

Spring Asparagus Toast
 
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Serves: many!
Ingredients
  • thick slices of No-Knead Whole Wheat Bread
  • one ripe avocado, smashed
  • thinly sliced cracked black pepper turkey breast
  • poached eggs, cooked to your favorite temperature (I'm an over medium girl! Yolks still halfway runny)
  • roasted asparagus and red onions
Instructions
  1. To Roast Asparagus and Onions:
  2. Preheat the oven to 425. Lightly coat a sided baking sheet with olive oil. Trim the asparagus and then cut into 2 inch pieces. Very thinly slice the red onion. Scatter the vegetables evenly across the prepared baking sheet and then drizzle with a little bit more olive oil. Sprinkle with coarse black pepper and kosher salt. Roast in the oven for about 7 minutes, stirring around on the sheet occasionally.
  3. Lightly toast the slices of No-Knead Whole Wheat Bread.
  4. Spread each slice of toast generously with the smashed avocado.
  5. Layer with very thin slices of cracked pepper turkey breast.
  6. Pile the poached egg on top of that and stack up a small handful of roasted asparagus and onions to finish it off.
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Simply Tia

Tuesday 27th of March 2012

These photos are gorgeous Heather!!!!!!

Heather @ SugarDish(Me)

Tuesday 27th of March 2012

Oh thank you! Hurray for sunshine!

domestic diva, MD

Tuesday 27th of March 2012

Hahaha, I hadn't even seen what you had posted this week until AFTER I posted my recipe today. Guess we're thinking alike! You could easily combine my recipe with yours for an even easier meal (the eggs come out similar to poached if you bake them).

Heather @ SugarDish(Me)

Tuesday 27th of March 2012

Baking eggs- good plan! Yours wasn't the only eggy asparagus post I saw besides mine this week- I believe we have all been bitten by the same spring vegetable bug. I was scrolling around for a muffin recipe today and saw asparagus pizzas @ Annie's Eats, and dontcha know I baked pizzas with ricotta and roasted asparagus last week and just haven't posted them yet!

Rock Salt

Tuesday 27th of March 2012

Oh yum - asparagus and egg is SO GOOD. And your photos are so cheerful :D

filingawaycupcakes

Tuesday 27th of March 2012

Delish! I do love some spargs (what I call asparagus):]

creativenoshing

Monday 26th of March 2012

Love the flower pics. I have never thought of adding asparagus to toast. Sounds delightful.

Heather @ SugarDish(Me)

Monday 26th of March 2012

Thanks! I actually had a pretty good bit of leftover asparagus and red onions from some veggie pizzas I'd made the day before. The decision to pile it on top of my toast was last minute, and a total winner!