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    Default How do you cook fresh asparagus. ...

    Never attempted it give me some ideas.



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    On the BBQ grill plate, turn it frequently so it doesn't burn to a crisp

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    Or with a heap of garlic and butter in a frypan

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    I toss mine in oil, cracked pepper and cracked salt and then put in a really hot pan, and turning them or just shaking the pan around like I do for about 10 minutes or so. It keeps them green, juicy and just a little bit crunchy.

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    I boil them and eat with lemon and pepper

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    Steam then toss in a pan with olive oil and season before serving with grilled salmon or steak.

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    I steam it or cook it in a stir-fry. Found a recipe for asparagus and brie pizza which I'm keen to try next week.

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    Steam it, saute it with olive oil and garlic, grill it, stirfry it and I make a lovely salad with asparagus, snow peas, baby spinach, new potatoes and smoked salmon that I'm a bit addicted to atm. I like it to be tender crisp so I never cook it for long. Love asparagus!

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    Steam and squeeze lemon on them

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    Wrap a few stalks in bacon and BBQ it. Om nom nom! Usually I steam it though.


 

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