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Easy to make – Favorite Asparagus

Well, asparagus is in season where I live and we love it!  Lightly steamed with a few fresh grape tomato halves and some chunks of mozzarella cheese tossed in, it’s one of our favorite ways to eat it!

This asparagus recipe your family will surly enjoy and it doesn’t take long to get this vibrant vegetable dish on the table.

Our Favorite Asparagus recipe:

Cut/snap one bunch of asparagus to your preferred length (1-2 inch pieces work great) or you can leave it whole. I do it both ways (just depends on the cooks mood I guess 🙂
In a hot skillet Sautee your asparagus in a lil coconut oil or butter (about one tablespoon).
When it’s tender (not mushy) and nice bright green, remove from heat.
Shake on a lil salt and garlic powder,
Transfer seasoned asparagus to your serving dish and 
Then Top it with a handful of grape tomatoes (cut in halves) and a handful of small pieces of fresh mozzarella (it will quickly melt on your hot asparagus and taste delicious).

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My family loves this and often I make 3 bunches of asparagus at a time, in order to have enough.
Hope you’ll enjoy asparagus while it’s fresh and in season!

Favorite Asparagus

Favorite Asparagus

Ingredients

  • Asparagus
  • 1 Tablespoon of coconut oil or butter
  • Salt
  • Garlic Powder
  • Handful of grape tomatoes (cut in halves)
  • Handful of small pieces of fresh mozzarella

Instructions

Cut/snap one bunch of asparagus to your preferred length (1-2 inch pieces work great) or you can leave it whole. I do it both ways!

In a skillet Sautee your asparagus in a lil coconut oil or butter (about one tablespoon). When it’s tender (not mushy) and nice bright green, remove from heat.

Shake on a lil salt and garlic powder. Transfer seasoned asparagus to your serving dish. Then Top it with a handful of grape tomatoes (cut in halves) and a handful of small pieces of fresh mozzarella (it will quickly melt on your hot asparagus and taste delicious).

My family loves this and we often make 3 bunches of asparagus at a time to have enough.

So enjoy asparagus while it’s fresh and in season!

Delightfully yours,
Annette

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