These roasted asparagus recipes make a quick and easy addition to any meal, whether roasting asparagus with garlic, Parmesan, balsamic vinegar, a squeeze of lemon, or prosciutto.See Popular Roasted Asparagus Recipes
After you try this recipe, it will be difficult to make asparagus any other way. You'll se how roasting the asparagus brings out exquisite flavors that are enhanced by just the right amount of goat cheese and lemon.
A bright green and flavorful dish to welcome the spring season! Fresh asparagus adds visual appeal to any plate.
Roasting asparagus, tomatoes, onion and garlic in oil intensifies the flavors. Add the roasted vegetables to chicken broth with shrimp and top with Parmesan croutons to make a scrumptious soup.
For the crumbs, choose a baguette or countrystyle loaf made with only flour, water, yeast and salt. (Avoid bread with sugar, eggs or seasonings.) The two-step method for breadcrumbs results in a more consistent texture.
Vegetables and a homemade creamy sauce top toast in this meatless main dish.
Add dried Italian seasoning or a combination of dried herbs, such as thyme, oregano, or rosemary for added flavor to this roasted vegetable side dish.
Roasting asparagus brings out a slightly sweet flavor which pairs well with the classicly pungent notes of garlic. Try this for brunch alongside poached eggs, or as a dinner side with your favorite main dish meat or fish.
The rolling hills surrounding Lexington, Kentucky -- some of the country's most expensive rural real estate -- are used primarily for Thoroughbred grazing. "But outside that 15-mile ring are great farms," says Amber Huffman, the Jackson family's private chef. She features farmers' market lettuces here, which get warmed by roasted asparagus.
For the ultimate roasted asparagus try the recipe with parmesan. The parmesan heightens the flavoring of the asparagus making it the perfect compliment.
For a nice twist from the typical grilled asparagus try it another way: roasted. This side pairs perfectly with chicken, fish or beef.
The bread crumbs create a crisp coating for the asparagus as it bakes. Serve with honey mustard dip for a quick snack or appetizer.
Roasting the asparagus with oil instead of boiling it retains its tender-crisp texture. Serve this low-calorie side dish with beef, chicken, or fish.
When you have asparagus on hand, try this four-ingredient side dish that can be ready in just 25 minutes start-to-finish.
Vegetables roast to tender sweetness in less than 20 minutes. When piled onto a polenta crust, the roasted asparagus, mushrooms, and tomatoes are sprinkled with Parmesan cheese for a meatless main dish.
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