Cooking Asparagus In Ovens
For a bright, citrusy flavor for your next dinner party or how to cook asparagus in an oven recipe, try this easy preparation. The asparagus can be prepared in several ways, depending on how you like your taste buds to respond. For an extra zesty flair, boil the asparagus in water that has been added a tablespoon or two of lemon juice. The resulting dish will have a tangy lemon flavor with a slight bit of salt.
How to Cook Asparagus in Oven: First, prepare your asparagus in a mixing bowl with enough olive oil to lightly cover the bottom. Season it with salt and pepper to your taste. When the asparagus has finished toasting, take it off of the heat and place it on a plate. Place a mixing bowl set with an ice cube tray. Into the pan, you have set the asparagus in if there is an upper rack in your oven. Leave the vegetable cooking in its own tray for about two minutes to allow the olive oil and salt to melt.
How to cook asparagus in oven. If using a pizza stone or a cookie sheet, pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees F. And line the outside of the pizza stone or cookie sheet with foil.
The asparagus should be placed directly onto the foil so that it covers all sides, including the very end. Bake the dinner side dish at the same temperature that you baked the main dish.
How To Cook Asparagus In A Stoneware Dish: Next, cut the asparagus into long spears and place them in a nonstick frying pan. Or a large frying pan with enough olive oil on the bottom so that they do not stick. Drizzle with enough lemon juice to cover the spears. Place them on the hot coals for about two minutes. Flip and cook the other side of the spears until they are slightly crisp. Uncover and serve.
How To Cook Asparagus In A Glass Jig Or Wooden Spat: This how-to shows how to cook asparagus in a glass jug. Bring water to a boil and drop in the chopped asparagus. Cover for about two minutes, so that it is soft enough to stir around. Remove from heat and serve.
How To Cook Asparagus In A Pressure Cooker: In this how-to tip. You will use a pressure cooker (you can find one at your local hardware store) to roast the asparagus.
Set the cooker’s pressure level to medium and add salt to the pot. When the asparagus has finished roasting, place it on the top rack of the pressure cooker. Add a few tablespoons of olive oil and turn the valve on to bring the steam through the pot.
How To Cook Asparagus In A Rattan Microwave: In this how-to tip, you will roast the stalks and leave the latex intact. When the stalks are soft enough, remove them from the microwave and let them cool. Leaving the latex intact, cut off the tip of a long, narrow stick. And insert it into the microwave’s feeding tube. Add a generous helping of salt for the first minute or so and then stir while the stalks cook in their own sauce.
When the stalks are cooked to a soft state, remove them from the microwave and allow them to cool before using them.
How To Cook Asparagus In A Teapot: In this how-to tip, you will steam the asparagus in a ceramic bowl set over a fire. Place the asparagus in one section at a time. And cover the uncovered section with a tea bag or loose-leaf tea leaves. Cook for about 2 minutes, turning frequently. After about five minutes, remove the teabag and fluff up the leaves with your fingers. Return the asparagus to the pan. Where it should remain for the remaining five minutes or so of cooking time.