Asparagus had to be one of my favourite vegetables.
I love everything about them, from the colour, the texture to the taste.
They are not the cheapest of vegetables though. So when we do have them, they are a yummy treat. My favourite way to cook them is to fry them.
- Tsp of butter or olive oil
- Salt and ground pepper to taste
- Melt the butter or olive oil in a griddle pan over medium heat.
- Add the asparagus, salt and pepper.
- Cook for around 10 minutes, turning the asparagus often to ensure even cooking.
How do you like to cook yours?
How do you like to eat asparagus?
You might like these asparagus recipe ideas:
Sunday Lunch Scones: Queen’s birthday:
I always think of scones being sweet and full of strawberries, jam and cream. Today I am sharing a savoury version of the scone, perfect for Sunday lunch or parties.
Sunday Lunch Scones.
BerryWorld Strawberry And British Asparagus Mini Quiches:
“This recipe is quick and easy – using bought puff pastry it’s a twist on a classic quiche. Crème fraiche, eggs and pink peppercorns work together beautifully and the final result looks & tastes divine. Sometimes I like to make tiny individual tarts for picnics!”
BerryWorld Strawberry And British Asparagus Mini Quiches.
Courgette And Asparagus Risotto With Pine Nuts, Basil, Mint And Lemon:
Fancy trying this courgette and asparagus risotto with pine nuts, basil, mint and lemon recipe out?
Courgette And Asparagus Risotto With Pine Nuts, Basil, Mint And Lemon.
How To Make British Asparagus, Mozzarella & Bacon Sliders:
British Asparagus, Mozzarella & Bacon Sliders.
These quick and easy bites make for a straightforward delicious lunch, or nibbles at a dinner party.
How To Make Mexican-style British Asparagus with Lime & Sour Cream Glaze:
Add a Mexican twist to your asparagus by adding this superb lime and sour cream glaze. Pop it on the barbecue or onto a griddle pan and you’re good to go.
How To Make Mexican-style British Asparagus with Lime & Sour Cream Glaze.