Broiled asparagus

C_Run
Hey, almost all the recipes here are for fish which is appropriate for a fishing forum but what about some side dishes? It's April and time to start harvesting asparagus. Or, if you don't have an asparagus bed, buy it in the store.


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High grade the lot and select the biggest spears for broiling. Give the rest to friends of make soup.
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Cut off the tough ends.
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Baste with olive oil and sprinkle with garlic powder.
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Broil for 8 minutes on high and serve. It's easy. Everyone's a hero with this recipe.
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Thanks for bearing with me. This was a test to see if I could load pictures ok with a borrowed camera. I hope to have fish pictures next time.
 
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skunk
i'll give this one a try. mmmmmmm.
 
troutdude
Give me 20 minutes, and I'll be there with a bib and fork! YUM!
 
SALTYFISH
Nothing better than growing ur own asparagus. It is so much better than any thing u can find in a store, NO comparison in my opinion?.
 
JeannaJigs
It's also good on the grill. I do it the same with olive oil and garlic. Also tried it with Italian dressing, and that is good as well.
 
lilsalmon
Thats the only way I will eat asparagus...it is very good
 
rgordon82
Uhm. What's the taste? I haven't tried asparagus for the 25 years of my life.
 
C_Run
Well, it's got its own flavor which some people may not like. I can eat the stuff raw. You may have a hard time finding any good fresh asparagus in July. Don't be afraid to give it a try.
 
troutdude
True, some folks don't care for Asparagus. But, I've eaten in various ways my whole life...and love the stuff!
 
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