ugh, looks so nasty but tasted so good! While they roasted a rich lush smell wafted throughout my house causing my daughter to rushed in and excitedly asked if we were having steak for dinner. Upon seeing the blackened and wilted roasted asparagus she turned her head and declared, "yeech I am not eating that!". "Just try it you will like it...it taste like steak." "I will take a small bit." Which defined is a piece the size of the dot above an i. In the end she grabbed the plate declared shear happiness and would not share with anyone else. And yes oddly enough the roasted asparagus tasted like one of the best steaks I have ever eaten. Perhaps this occurred because we grow our asparagus. It is a mystery to me and a repeat.
visit my garden blog and learn how to grow asparagus
I have dirt therefore I grow
asparagus grown among boysenberries, mint and bananas
a bunch of asparagus
extra virgin olive oil
Himalayan sea salt
~ Preheat oven 400
~ Toss all ingredients in a square glass baking dish
~ Toss once while roasting
~ Roast until asparagus begins to brown and wilt about 15 to 30 minutes
We are so happy to have a spice shop in our neighborhood now - finally I can run down the street and pick up just about any spice I desire, yeppy!