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Emeril Lagasse recipe from Food Network Site
"My husband likes his asparagus mushy but when I served him up this batch he thought it was just the right amount of crisp. The oil burns off in the oven and we could taste/smell that otherwise this would be a five star rating "- Hoffy79
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Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.
In a large glass baking dish, toss the asparagus with the olive oil and garlic. Season lightly with salt and pepper, and toss. Bake until the asparagus are tender and lightly browned, 15 to 20 minutes, depending upon the thickness of the stalks, stirring twice.
Remove from the oven and toss with the lemon juice. Adjust the seasoning, to taste.
Serve warm or at room temperature.
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MauraSpeckt 4 months ago
jcal45 4 months agoPerfect and so easy! Will use again!
jlsmith 5 months ago
louisvilledaniels 5 months agoVery easy and VERY tasty!
Kyoung81 6 months agoOMG!!! It's was my first time ever cooking asparagus and it turned out perfect. Only thing I would do different would be to decrease the oil use.
susan293 6 months ago
BlueJayPie 7 months agoRoasting really brought out the natural sweetness of the asparagus, and the garlic added an interesting savory quality. This was so much better than sautéing or steaming, which is how I've always prepared asparagus...but no more! DH and I both enjoyed this. Kids, not so much...but hey, that's why God made green beans, right? :-D
Hoffy79 9 months agoMy husband likes his asparagus mushy but when I served him up this batch he thought it was just the right amount of crisp. The oil burns off in the oven and we could taste/smell that otherwise this would be a five star rating
Jvaughn 9 months agoOMG best ever!!
flayahater 10 months ago
twisted1331 10 months ago
adblouky 10 months agoI'd serve it to company. It's lovely not to eat soggy mushy asparagus.
cklatt21 10 months agoI didn't use lemon, delicious!! Can't wait to make this again!!
motieweiss 10 months agoI used caned asparagus. seemed everybody liked it. there is zero leftover, I will cut the lemon in half next time tough
DrmEys86 12 months agoI think I like asparagus better just sauteed in a pan better
Amoskit 1 year agoThis recipe was a big hit at Thanksgiving meal. Not one spear escaped uneaten. Thanks! PS: added 1/2 cup halved grape tomatoes and some pine nuts-yummy!
heatherbartlett 1 year agoThis was an excellent recipe. My daughter actually ate it and she always turned up her nose to asparagus!
Mjcrow06 1 year agoI am not a huge fan if asparagus but I couldn't get enough of this... No bitter taste at all! Soooo yummy!!!
scarletmoon25 1 year agoI always hated asparagus but this has made me come to love it!
shanewing 2 years agogreat way to make asparagus.