Food & Drink 12,525 Reasons to Try This Absurdly Addictive Asparagus

08:52  01 april  2018
08:52  01 april  2018 Source:   Food52

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Absurdly Addictive Asparagus —Hyperbolic? Perhaps. Too good to be true? Camera quality has definitely come a long way since then, but the simplicity and tastiness of the recipe are timeless. Have you ever tried this fan-favorite recipe?

Absurdly Addictive Asparagus —Hyperbolic? Perhaps. Originally uploaded to Food52 by community member kaykay in 2010, this recipe has racked up an impressive amount of attention, with upwards of 12 ,000 favorites and 300 comments.

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Absurdly Addictive Asparagus—Hyperbolic? Perhaps. Too good to be true? Maybe not. As easy to make as it is to scarf down? Most definitely. Take it from community member Dylan Mierzwinski, who had this to say about our site’s most popular asparagus recipe:

“This was so wonderful (all ninety times I’ve made it). I don’t change a thing, this is my go-to ‘impress others’ dish. And let’s be real...my ‘impress myself’ dish.”

Originally uploaded to Food52 by community member kaykay in 2010, this recipe has racked up an impressive amount of attention, with upwards of 12,000 favorites and 300 comments. In honor of this success, we’ve memorialized it in video form, just in time for spring—a.k.a. asparagus season. The flavors are few but purposeful. Sharp citrus and buttery pine nuts meld with pancetta’s welcome heft; the asparagus pop out of the pan crunchy and vegetal, dappled in an exciting new sauce. Watch the magic happen:

The One-Pot Meal Lifted By an Unexpected (& Underestimated!) Green

  The One-Pot Meal Lifted By an Unexpected (& Underestimated!) Green In the week following Thanksgiving, when I didn’t much feel like cooking, I asked my blog readers what they cooked, if anything, when they didn’t feel like cooking. Shortly thereafter, I found myself rereading Tamar Adler’s An Everlasting Meal, specifically Chapter 10, “How to Make Peace,” in which lies one reader’s go-to recipe when she's feeling uninspired: lettuce and rice soup. Lettuce and rice soup? Really? The reader who led me to the recipe included in her comment some much-needed encouraging words: “It sounds so plain,” she said, but “the few ingredients together taste really amazing.” See what just a few ingredients can do in this soup. Photo by Alexandra Stafford This, I soon learned, is how you make lettuce and rice soup: Sauté onions in a couple tablespoons of butter, add Arborio rice, parsley, and stock, simmer for 45 minutes, stir in lettuce—yes, chopped Romaine lettuce—serve with a drizzle of olive oil and fresh cracked pepper. Pre-lettuce, the soup is looking pretty fly. Photo by Alexandra Stafford It sounded so lean, too thrifty to be good. But I gave it a go, because one: Tamar Adler; two: If this is what someone cooks when she doesn’t feel like cooking, there has to be something to it. And three: Genius stir-fried lettuce, which opened my eyes to lettuce’s versatility, its ability to be served warm, slicked in sauce. Lettuce deserves a little warmth from time to time.

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In fact, this recipe has been popular on our site for so long that this isn’t even the first time we made this asparagus on camera. Eight years back, when Food52 was still a fledgling young enterprise, Amanda and Merrill recorded this very charming proto–recipe video for Absurdly Addictive Asparagus in their Brooklyn kitchen. Camera quality has definitely come a long way since then, but the simplicity and tastiness of the recipe are timeless.

Have you ever tried this fan-favorite recipe? If so, tell us about it in the comments.

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