Also there's one that involves pouring cheese whiz and asparagus into a casserole dish and topping it with ripped up bread pieces. My aunt makes it like that every Thanksgiving lmao.
It's a great way to make a vegetable unhealthy.
Mmmm. I want some.
<blockquote><b>Quoting VeggieBurglar:</b>" Also there's one that involves pouring cheese whiz and asparagus into a casserole dish and topping it ... [snip!] ... and topping it with ripped up bread pieces. It's a great way to make a vegetable deliciously unhealthy. Mmmm. I want some."</blockquote>
Ew cheese whiz is gross. Haha. That casserole sounded good though
I always put it in water, when it comes to a boil, I take it out and immediately put it cold water. Then put it on a griddle with a bit of butter and salt and pepper. It's cooked inside and out without getting soggy and it gets that 'grilled' taste as well.
Drizzle with olive oil, season with garlic powder, dried oregano, dried thyme, salt, and black pepper. Roast at 400 for 10 minutes. Take them out and sprinkle them with a mixture of shredded asiago and parmesano-regianno cheeses, put back in the oven for 5 minutes. ENJOY!
I serve these over salad of red romaine, baby spinach, cucumbers, fresh corn, hard boiled egg, grapes and asiago and cracked peppercorn or balsamic vinagrette dressing. SO DELICIOUS. Even my munchkins love it and they are 2 and 6.
I make this all the time. make oven 420f, asparagus with about an inch of the ends cut off, coated in olive oil on a cookie sheet (not drenched), use garlic salt or fresh garlic with salt and pepper on the asparagus. take them out of the oven when the tops get crispy about 10mins or So.