Roast Asparagus Recipe (With Parmesan And Garlic)


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Fresh grilled asparagus gives you char marks and amazing smoky flavor! Within minutes you’ll have the soft asparagus covered in parmesan and garlic which will become a family favorite!

Grilled asparagus

I definitely love grilled asparagus. The best part is the smoky flavor and the charred edges! This asparagus recipe was one of the first on the blog. We make it almost every time we roast. It’s quick and easy and cooks in minutes alongside the meat on the grill.

I have made this recipe countless times since it was published nearly 3 years ago! But the pictures definitely need an update. I think it’s safe to say that I’ve improved in photography over the years and it’s fun to see how far I have come!

How to grill asparagus

I know you will love this recipe! It’s the perfect way to have your veggies while grilling, and the topping is so good that kids will love it too. And parmesan and garlic. This is a five-star recipe!

  • asparagus: Prepare asparagus and trim the bottom. Put asparagus in a pan and sprinkle with salt, pepper and olive oil.
  • Grill: Put the asparagus on the grill in a row. Roast for 5-10 minutes over medium heat until charcoal marks appear and soft with a fork. Remove the asparagus and put it back in the pan. Add garlic and parmesan cheese. Serving.
  • Use foil! * You can also grill asparagus in tin foil if desired.

Do you wash asparagus before cooking?

Rinse the spears under cold water to remove any grit. Pick up the bottom inch or so with your fingers; The stems break naturally as the hard woody part ends and the thin stem begins. Dry the spears by wrapping them between two kitchen towels.

How do you know when asparagus spoil?

It’s the asparagus tips that will start to spoil first, and it’s also the most desirable portion of asparagus. The best way to tell if your asparagus is spoiling is to look at the ends, it will start to turn very dark green (almost black) and when you touch it it will fade between your fingers.

Should i cut or pick up asparagus?

Conventional wisdom is that this natural starting point is where the unpalatable stiffness ends, and fluffy asparagus begins. That’s one quick decision that is totally wrong. Of course, chopping and peeling individual asparagus spears takes time. But in this case, time really is money.

Can you grill asparagus in foil?

Yeah! Place the package on the grill over low heat. Cook cover for 10 to 15 minutes, rotate bag ½ after 4 minutes, until asparagus is soft. To serve, cut a large X across the top of the package; Carefully fold the aluminum foil back to allow the steam to escape.

Asparagus on a barbecue plate with lemon slices on the side.

How to make asparagus crunchy on the grill?

To make asparagus crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, roast it over high heat directly on the grill grates. Direct heat cuts the outside of the asparagus.

Can you cook asparagus in the oven?

Yeah! While I usually make this asparagus on the grill, there are times when it gets cold or I don’t feel like setting the grill up. These packages of asparagus chips can also be baked in the oven at 425 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 to 20 minutes.

Grilled asparagus on a white plate garnished with lemon wedges.

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Grilled Parmesan And Asparagus Garlic

Preparation time 5 Minutes

Cooking time 10 Minutes

Total time 15th Minutes

author Alyssa collapsed

Servings 4 Persons

Fresh grilled asparagus gives you char marks and amazing smoky flavor! Within minutes you’ll have the soft asparagus covered in parmesan and garlic which will become a family favorite!

  • 1
    Fresh asparagus
  • 2
    Large spoons
    olive oil
  • 3
    Large spoons
    Grated parmesan cheese
  • 2
    Garlic cloves
  • Salt and Pepper

Updated April 13, 2021

Originally published June 18, 2019

Serves: 4

service-1GCalories80Calories (4%)Carbohydrates1Gprotein2G (4%)Fat8G (12%)Saturated fat2G (10%)Cholesterol3Mg (1%)sodium58Mg (2%)sugar1G (1%)Vitamin A35IU (1%)Vitamin C0.5Mg (1%)Calcium44Mg (4%)

All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will differ depending on the brands you use, the methods of measurement, and portion sizes for each household.

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