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Awesome! I did grill 2 huge bunches of pencil thin asparagus and made the dressing (tripled it) on the side. When the asparagus was done I tossed it with the dressing....everyone loved it! The dijon tarragon shallots etc...delicious...will make again!
Hubs and I both enjoyed this lovely and different piquant dressing. Very richly flavored and really dresses up the asparagus. Great blend of flavors that resemble Bearnaise sauce. I wasn't real crazy about the asparagus broiled but Hubs loved it. All and all a memorable and elegant vegetable side dish.
This is really nice tangy & light. I used about 1/4 of a red onion instead of shallot. The dressing is enough to coat the asparagus if tossed but not really enough to "pour over" - which was fine. Thanks! I'll make this again. N
Boy ate these up faster than I could say what kind of sauce dressed these asparagus - high praise for a green vegetable in this household. Delicious and simple! Make sure you truly coat each stalk in oil rather than just drizzle. Drizzling results in crispy bits in places and mushy bits in others which isn't all that spectacular.
This recipe makes my whole family want to eat their veggies! Substitutes are a breeze... especially with changing up the herbal component. I substituted rosemary for the tarragon for a slightly different --but just as yummy-- flavor. I also made this with green beans adding whole cherry tomatoes & toasted almonds (Sprinkle toasted sliced almonds over veggies at the end. The cherry tomatoes should cook in the oven until they start to wrinkle) Either way this lemon-based dressing is delicious & beyond easy!
Very good! The dressing is light and tangy and compliments the broiled asparagus nicely. This came together really quickly and is a pretty healthy way to dress up asparagus. Think I might have used more lemon juice than what was called for but it's a very flexible recipe. Thanks for sharing! N R
Usually I can take or leave asparagus but I made this for company with the dressing on the side-in case they were purists. This was the best asparagus I've ever tasted! Washed dried broke the stalks where they bent. Broiling is the only way I'll do them now. Thank you for submitting this recipe.
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