This might not be the most healthy way to eat asparagus, but this beer-battered asparagus recipe sure is tasty.
Your mouth will enjoy the different textures of the two main ingredients in this recipe: the soft, flaky texture of the tilapia and the fresh crunch of the asparagus. Add rice or potatoes to round out this dish!
Bring these egg and asparagus toasts to your next brunch gathering with friends!
Stuff your bell peppers with goat cheese, quinoa, and asparagus instead of ground beef for a lighter and fresher take on stuffed bell peppers.
This asparagus salad is a great way to use up leftover asparagus and would make a great lunch!
Only three ingredients and the result is a fancy and delicious asparagus tart you’d be proud to serve at any party.
Asparagus and eggs taste great together, but this asparagus benedict recipe takes it to the next level with hollandaise sauce!
This warm Brussels sprouts and asparagus salad is made very simply, allowing all the delicious vegetables in the dish to truly shine.
Forget pizza delivery and cook this amazing asparagus pizza recipe, complete with a balsamic drizzle!
Cooking risotto takes some time and a lot of stirring, but this creamy asparagus risotto is so worth it.
Looking for a vegetable side dish for your next dinner? Asparagus is always a good choice, especially with cherry tomatoes, a splash of cream, and parmesan cheese. Try this recipe.
This chicken and asparagus stir fry recipe is so easy to make and tastes really, really good. It’s tangy and comforting at the same time, especially when served with warm rice.
You’ve probably roasted asparagus with garlic and olive oil before, but this recipe uses infused oil and feta to make a truly special side dish.
Quiche is a great brunch dish, but you can make it healthier by adding asparagus and using spaghetti squash instead of pastry dough for the crust!
Only five ingredients and bacon is one of them? You just gotta try this easy asparagus pasta recipe.
This beautiful asparagus appetizer recipe couldn’t be any easier to make.
Asparagus tastes excellent when cooked with cheese, especially aged white cheddar.
This is a scrumptious dinner that can be cooked all in one cookie sheet, making for easy clean-up afterward with a full and happy belly!
Make this asparagus soup in only 30 minutes and spoon it up with no guilt, since it’s made with yogurt instead of heavy cream.
When you combine roasted asparagus, warm pasta, sun-dried tomatoes, pesto sauce, and chopped mozzarella, you get a delicious pasta dish that is jam-packed with flavor. Add a fried egg on top and dig in!
Lemon and asparagus is a match made in foodie heaven. Try this asparagus pasta dish that’s smothered in a creamy vegan sauce made with almond milk, garlic, and lemon juice.
Here’s another asparagus recipe that’s both beautiful and tasty and would be equally great served as breakfast with egg or as an appetizer for dinner.
26. Light Asparagus, Chicken, and Quinoa Bake
This asparagus casserole recipe might look cheesy and decadent, but it’s actually light and contains healthy quinoa!
And here’s another quinoa and asparagus recipe. This one is lemony, full of vegetables, and easy to make!
Wrap a trio of asparagus with thin slices of pancetta, slices of parmesan cheese, and frozen puff pastry for a gorgeous appetizer or side dish! Special enough for special events but not too complicated to cook.
Stuff chicken cutlets with asparagus and mozzarella cheese to enjoy juicy meat and crunchy veggies all in one bite!
Instead of a boring salad with iceberg lettuce, try this fresh asparagus salad with bacon and eggs!
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