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    I just blanch them and serve. So delicious it doesn't need and dressing up ( although wrapped in prosciutto is awesome)! If only DH and I weren't so fat already!

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    Steamed until bright green and then eat plain.. I love the natural flavour of it.

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    Chop into bigish pieces. Sure in butter then add lemon juice for a few seconds, take out, put in bacon pieces and eat together

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    Lighly coat in olive oil, salt & pepper and grill on bbq, yummmmm!

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    BBQ or frying pan, extra hot, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and balsamic wine.

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    Steamed with a splash of olive oil, sliver of butter and squeeze of lemon juice

    I also do a parmesan baked asparagus which everyone loves - just blanche asparagus, put in oven proof serving dish, splash of olive oil, freshly ground salt and pepper and freshly grated parmesan cheese over the top, bake in 180 oven until cheese is golden brown approx 10 mins or another Italian way is to crumb it like you would a snitzel
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    I do a little bit of butter, garlic & salt n pepper in the frying pan one of my favourite foods

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    If you're pushed for time. 2 mins in microwave (with a little water in the dish so it steams) drizzle with olive oil and lemon juice.

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