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Gratinéed Asparagus with Parmesan

We like asparagus & have it fairly often. I have tried to grow it in the past, without much success. It is one of the few vegetables that we buy at the store year round, although there are definitely better times of the year to go shopping for asparagus.

A small number of ingredients - asparagus, salt, butter and parmigiano-reggiano cheese. And a very simple recipe to prepare. The asparagus is trimmed, boiled .....


and then baked, dotted with butter and topped with the cheese.


Ready for serving.


A very short post this week - not a lot to add.

What I liked about this recipe:

Well, this must be one of the easiest recipes to prepare in the book. Hey, I think somebody likes me. OK, OK, I know it's not Marcella, but somebody does.

What I didn't I like about this recipe:

No problems.

Would I make it again?

Yes, always great to have another way to prepare asparagus

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