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    Asparagus Recipes - Share Them!

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    Who else is excited that SPRING is nearly here?!

    Well, the mighty asparagus stalk certainly is!!

    I would LOVE IT if you would share some of your favorite spring time asparagus recipes... Feel free to leave them on the LINK UP at my blog, or just in the comments below!!

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    Salt, pepper, garlic & butter/coconut oil, roasted in oven 400F for 10-20 minutes depending on thickness. Simple, easy clean up, tastes great.

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    I just like it steamed as a side to roast meat of any sort. Simple and delicious.
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    Marinated in olive oil and crushed garlic, then fried on a griddle pan; wrapped in prosciutto, baked until the prosciutto is crispy, then used to dip into soft-boiled eggs; asparagus frittata; steamed with a butter and lemon sauce; steamed with melted butter or steamed and dipped into home-made mayonnaise; asparagus and crème fraiche gratin ...

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    -Steamed and then tossed into a balsamic vinegar/oil marinade and eaten cold hours later.
    -Sauteed in butter and garlic.
    -Roasted with salt, pepper and oil.
    -Roasted and then tossed with a balsamic reduction with grape tomatoes (halved and had a chance to blister) and finished off with some quality goat cheese (my personal favorite.)

    Asparagus is too good to complicate with too many ingredients!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leida View Post
    I just like it steamed as a side to roast meat of any sort. Simple and delicious.
    +1 Yum. I've had some recently and can't wait for summer
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    Grilled. Salt/pepper and that's all. Yummy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leida View Post
    I just like it steamed as a side to roast meat of any sort. Simple and delicious.
    I couldn't agree more! This veggie pairs so well with pretty much everything!

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    Wash and trim the asparagus; put on foil-covered tray in one layer. Sprinkle on kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, then drizzle EVOO over everything. Bake at 400F for 10 minutes. Yum!
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    Thick asparagus, cleaned and cut. Lay in a shallow roasting pan, drizzle with melted bacon fat and balsamic vinegar. Sprinkle with coarse salt and pepper. Turn the broiler on and bake under the broiler for about ten minutes max (check it) until asparagus is cooked but still a little crunchy. Addictive!

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