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I was careful to watch this very attentively and because I did I was rewarded with beautiful crisp/tender steamed/browned asparagus - and I didn't bother to cover it at all. Delightful attractive and a pleasure to eat asparagus that was neither too crunchy nor cooked to mush. The onions and garlic were great flavor enhancers but to kick it up a notch I sautéed some chopped yellow and red bell peppers along with the garlic and onions for additional flavor and garnish. Some halved cherry tomatoes would be nice too! Served this with Pork Tenderloin Diane and Lemon Pepper Pasta recipes also from this site. Hubs declared it a home run dinner perfect to usher in spring.
This is a favorite in my house. I have made it plenty of times but without the onions. We love onions! I am definitely going to add them next time. I'm sure the extra ingredient will be a pleasant surprise.
I didn't think this one would turn out well. I suspected that the onion would overpower the flavor of the asparagus. But it turned out amazing! The white onion paired so well with the asparagus. I didn't get to brown it as dinner was running late so I tossed the stalks in the garlic butter. I will be making this again soon!