No matter how cool your climate, chances are asparagus is in season or will be soon. So head on over to your local farmer’s market, pick some up, and check out seven delicious ways to prepare those tender green stalks below!
For this soup, Rachel starts by sauteeing leeks in coconut oil, then adds veggie broth. She then adds lots and lots of peas and asparagus and only cooks for a few minutes until the veggies are tender. Then, she purees half the soup, and leaves the other half whole for some texture, and serves with a garnish of parsley. How easy and healthy is that!
This pasta brings in several layers of green – via pistachios, mint, parsley and asparagus. It’s a simple and quick comfort food you can toss together for a St. Patrick’s Day dinner after a long day.
For this fun spin on Green Bean Casserole, Ryan Scott puts the cream sauce on the bottom, then adds asparagus (instead of green beans) and tops with crispy onions! Delish!
Curtis Stone's delectable Pork Tenderloin dish with a side of grilled asparagus is the perfect elegant addition to a dinner party menu, or an intimate date night.
First up, we have a relatively traditional pasta carbonara, but with the addition of asparagus and peas to lighten and brighten the flavor.
A beautiful fresh bunch of asparagus doesn’t really need much “dressing up.” Art Smith’s grilled vegetable antipasto puts the spotlight on the veggies, with a simple balsamic vinaigrette to brighten the flavor.
Dr. Phil makes a healthy and delicious strata with whole grain bread, feta cheese, eggs, lowfat milk, asparagus, garlic and onion and tomatoes.
Watch Rach make her decadent asparagus carbonara below: