This Parmesan and Garlic Salmon and Asparagus dish is a complete sheet pan supper that leaves you with only one pan to clean. And it is extra delicious with an epic garlic parmesan crust and a glass of red wine to pair.
Wrapped in prosciutto, garlic-herb cheese, and dough and baked until golden, these wrapped asparagus bundles are appetizer perfection.
When one thinks of Italian food it is often of pasta, but don’t forget risotto. Risotto is versatile to use to welcome many flavors and produce, like ramps.
While they’re in season, let’s eat all the asparagus we can, starting with this creamy asparagus risotto.
Traditional risotto must be eaten fresh, but with this creamy, citrus cauliflower risotto it’s even better the next day!
Shrimp asparagus risotto: Creamy, saffron infused risotto, asparagus, shrimp, and parmesan cheese. Not a traditional recipe, but produces delicious results.
The asparagus season is short-lived, so take advantage of creating simple yet flavorful dishes with them while they last!
Making reservations for Father’s Day is as difficult as getting tickets to Adele’s U.S. tour. Not all dads care to be held captive in an overcrowded restaurant on a holiday anyway. Stay in! We have the perfect man’s menu to spoil your dad properly.
It’s asparagus season! In homage to the springtime gems, here are crowd-pleasing recipes starring the favorite vegetable.
Instant polenta is quickly made and served with goat cheese and sun-dried tomatoes alongside grilled asparagus and pesto-brushed flank steak. Easy and delicious.
Spring is a wonderful time of the year to enjoy this beautiful asparagus with lemon and garlic Recipe. A simple, quick Italian side dish. Ready in 10 minutes.
Grilled Asparagus With Dijon Mustard Vinaigrette – easy springtime recipe, ready in 30 minutes.
It’s always exciting to create pesto in different ways. This recipe is for a spring inspired pesto for your pasta. Try it out topped with asparagus!
When asparagus is abundant in early spring, it is served everywhere in Italy. Try Chef Andrew Aghajanian’s version of a light spring soup.
Asparagus and strawberry makes for an unusual but delicious pairing for a green smoothie.
A simple vinaigrette spice with Dijon mustard and made creamy with tahini can make any salad or dish special. Get creative with mustard.
Spring flavors are light, fresh and simple. Showcase that in this green salad dressed in a bold, flavorful vinaigrette that complements the season.
Roasted asparagus and radishes with a mint-pea pesto is a beautiful way to highlight spring produce. This simple side dish is sure to impress.
A perfect comfort food that is still refreshing enough for spring. Rich, nutty brown butter sauce brightened by fresh asparagus.
Enjoy spring with a vibrant green soup using iconic produce of the season. Easily omit the cream and substitute with coconut milk, if desired.
Pretty toasts are great for a spring party or Sunday brunch. Don’t forget the lemon zest to add a burst of freshness to the creamy and rich appetizer.
Bring fresh flavors of ginger, scallions, and asparagus to a chewy bowl of Chinese noodles with toasted sesame notes. Serve with spicy chili sauce for heat.
Preserve the flavors of the season with these crisp, tangy, garlicky asparagus spears with a hint of hot pepper.
An asparagus frittata with aged Havarti is great for an easy weeknight supper, but special enough for your Easter brunch.
A dish of beautiful textures with silky scallops, the crispy prosciutto and asparagus, and the pleasant chewiness that comes from the fresh spelt pasta.
Spring has sprung with fresh fruits and vegetables. From produce to traditional foods of the season, here are 26 ingredients to kick off your celebration.
Tart dough slathered with a garlic and eggplant sauce is the perfect vessel to enjoy zucchini, asparagus, and a runny egg yolk.
British asparagus season is short, but enjoy it while it is around. Lightly spiced, this barbecued vegetable is a flavorful starter.
Oven-cooked salmon with a ton of flavor and color. Serve over a bed of quinoa for a complete fish and vegetable bowl.
Perfect for a refreshing lunch or dinner, this kale salad takes on some delicious toppings, especially the rich, melt-in-your-mouth flavor of Iberico ham.
This pesto substitutes traditional basil for spring asparagus. Don’t just leave this delicious sauce to pastas, but try it on meat or a sandwich, too.
Grab herbs, garlic, and a lemon to create the simple, but delicious garnish. Try it atop asparagus and add it to your fish, meat, and cheeses, too.
Golden raisins, aromatic spices, couscous, and asparagus cooked with beef are all blanketed together in a tender roasted pepper – pure culinary delight.
Add some spice to spring with an asparagus jalfrezi. Garlic, ginger, and chilies coat the crispy tofu for a flavorful dish.
This tangy, sweet, bright spring salad with strawberries and asparagus is a perfect side with cheese and crusty bread. Check out the B.T.C Cookbook for a great read and more delicious recipes.
Zesty asparagus salad with shallots, assorted cheeses, and a tomato vinaigrette is a great patio salad. Serve with wine and enjoy as a quick meal on a warm evening
Asparagus and toasted hazelnuts served with an egg and bacon is a great breakfast or lunch, drizzled with a mustard vinaigrette.
This grilled asparagus salad is quick to make, beautiful, and fabulously delicious. Enjoy it as a side dish or a light meal with good, crusty bread.
Budget and time friendly soy glazed steak rolls with asparagus and scallions.
If you can’t find yellow rock candy just use caster sugar and defrosted frozen prawns will work in place of fresh ones.
Add this vibrant dish to your favorite pasta to take it from vegetable side dish to healthy main course.
You can serve these asparagus hot or cold, alongside dinner or with eggs for brunch.
These muffins make a lovely light lunch or dinner when served with a poached egg and taste perfect with a glass of wine.
This pasta with boiled and sauted asparagus and sun-dried chili makes for a flavorful side or main dish.
A beautiful tart that looks so sophisticated and takes so little time to put together.
Let’s remember that a good risotto doesn’t demand a lot! It just needs your constant presence, your time and fresh ingredients.
This is surely one of the best ways to enjoy asparagus – lightly cooked and served with a punchy vinaigrette.
Enjoy an awesome penne with asparagus recipe from Mitch Weinstein.
This is something you could totally serve aside chicken, steak or pork.
You have to like asparagus if you are in Italy in the spring. There is no escaping the spears, they are in every mercato, every supermarket, on every menu.
You can serve the sauce on the side, and dip individual spears into it, or toss the spears with the sauce and serve, topped with additional egg whites.
Try this amazingly creamy asparagus soup, courtesy of Lauren Hardy.
The warm weather finally broke last week and with it came asparagus!
A spinach salad with a light dressing, plenty of veggies and with the addition of fresh sliced oranges.
Beer-battered asparagus, oven roasted asparagus, asparagus frittatas, asparagus soup — all are fantastic. This pizza is no different.
An indulgent, swoon-worthy appetizer from Christina Soong-Kroeger.
A hearty main dish salad featuring grilled asparagus, olives, cheddar, tomatoes, and a citrus vinaigrette
With added protein from walnuts, this dish should satisfy your lunchtime cravings and keep your energy going all afternoon.
This fresh, colourful spring recipe makes use of seasonal vegetables at their peak.
Rebecca Orchant turns to her favorite life prolonging technique to save a bunch of lovely, tender spring veggies.