Soft Boiled Eggs with Whipped Goat’s Cheese, Griddled Asparagus and Peach on ToastMar 20, 202128/04/20210 15by Melissa Fannin Lunch, SnacksPrep time25 minutesCook time20 minutesServes4RatingLoading...Ingredients1 Old Costwold Legbar eggs1 bunch of asparagus100g soft goat’s cheeseSplash of milkSea salt and freshly ground black pepperA small bunch of chives, chopped2 ripe peachesOlive oil4 slices of good quality sourdough breadHandful of fresh peas20g pea shoots10g roasted hazelnuts, choppedFruity vinegar if you can hold of it (raspberry, blackcurrant, prune)Extra virgin olive oilNyetimber’s Classic Cuvee Multi-Vintage, to serveThe most scrumptious toast topping – have as a light lunch or supper. Best served with a cold glass of Nyetimber‘s Classic Cuvee Multi-Vintage. Nyetimber wines are available to purchase...Instructions1.Bring a pan of water to the boil. Soft boil the eggs, cool in a bowl of iced water then peel and place to one side.2.Clip the woody ends from the asparagus and boil or steam for 4 minutes and place to one side with the eggs.3.Place the goat’s cheese in a bowl, add the milk and whisk to a spreading consistency. Season with a little salt and pepper if needed and stir in the chives.4.Put a griddle pan on a high heat (or a pre-heated barbecue). Have and destine the peaches. Drizzle them in a little olive oil and char on the griddle. Once finished, place to one side on a plate.5.Rub the bread with a little olive oil and lightly toast on the griddle.6.To build the toast, spread whipped goat’s cheese on each slice of bread. Top with pea shoots, halves of soft boiled egg, asparagus and a peach half.7.Sprinkle over a few peas and hazelnuts, top with a drizzle of vinegar and extra virgin olive oil.8.Pour a glass and enjoy! The most scrumptious toast topping – have as a light lunch or supper. Best served with a cold glass of Nyetimber‘s Classic Cuvee Multi-Vintage. Nyetimber wines are available to purchase in Singapore via Analogue Wine Merchants and Cold Storage. Images: Nyetimber and Clarence Court Related Print Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Comment Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.