Our Italian-inspired frittata dish has it all for an easy and hearty breakfast, with tender roasted asparagus, seared and crumbled sweet sausage, and generous amounts of cheese. Keep the presentation effortless and casual by serving this savory creation cut in large wedges directly in the pan. Read more.
Do you love quiche, but don’t want to deal with the crust? Our crustless, veggie-packed version forgoes that laborious crust and gets right to the savory filling. With a mix of asparagus, onion, bell pepper, and cheese, this is a healthier recipe to enjoy for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Read more now.
Do you love cooking with asparagus? Can’t get enough of the crisp-tender stalks and delicate, feathery tips? From now on, take advantage of their very short spring growing season and learn how to select, prep, and cook fresh spears. Read more now to learn about asparagus basics, and discover our tips in the kitchen.
Are you looking for a fun and fresh salad? Want a recipe that features fresh fruits and celebrates veggies at their peak? Ditch the greens, and make this fruity asparagus salad instead. The quick and easy recipe combines blanched spears with tart strawberries and juicy cherry tomatoes. Read more now.
What’s that smell? If you ate some asparagus not too long ago for dinner, the veggie might be creating an unusual aroma when you’re doing your business in the bathroom. Read more about this strange bodily reaction. You’ll learn what potentially causes this stinky pee, and if there’s any chance to prevent it.
Want a delicious seafood dinner that goes from oven to table in under thirty minutes? In this recipe, we nestle flaky tilapia and sweet white asparagus in lemon butter, then bake to perfection. Fresh, grassy parsley adds a pop of color and we suggest potatoes served alongside to soak in the citrusy sauce. Read more.
In this simple side dish, fresh asparagus is blanched until tender, then sauteed in melted butter and garlic. Toasted almonds on top add nuttiness and an unexpected crunch that brings these green spears to life. Read more to add this recipe to your collection of vibrant veggies that can be whipped up in no time at all.
Want to learn how to cook asparagus? With the help of our step-by-step guide you can easily whip up this tasty vegetable three different ways: in the oven, steamed, or blanched, to use in recipes or serve alongside your favorite entrees. Read more now on Foodal and learn to master each of these cooking methods.
For a fresh tasting side dish, learn how to cook asparagus in the electric pressure cooker. It’s the easiest way to cook the vegetable, pairing with everything from salmon to chicken to meat and more. What’s better than quick, reliable, and hands-off cooking, after all? Get the full how-to over on Foodal now.
Fresh asparagus is the star of this vibrant vegetable soup. Blended with a touch of sherry vinegar, a little cream, and a hint of lemon, this soup is quick and easy to make at home. And the butter makes it extra creamy. Read more to get this recipe and add it to your collection of soup standbys now.
Buttery asparagus and creamy mozzarella blend beautifully inside a delicate and smooth French omelet. A pillowy top welcomes a gentle sprinkling of tangy lemon zest and savory chives that brighten the flavor. Requiring just a few minutes to make, you can start your morning with a little finesse. Get the recipe now.
Why make a boring salad when you can eat one filled with chewy dates, freshly grated Pecorino cheese, crisp asparagus, and roasted walnuts? Prepared in 15 minutes and tossed with a homemade vinaigrette, this warm asparagus salad is an impressive, yet simple way to get your family eating vegetables. Get the recipe now!