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Asparagus with Anchovies & Garlic

April/May 2006

Your rating: None Average: 4.6 (5 votes)

Think bold Caesar-salad flavors meet asparagus. This preparation will kick you in the taste buds with assertive garlic, spicy red pepper and rich, salty anchovy.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made this recipe because my husband loves anchovies but hates asparagus. So I thought I could disguise the asparagus with the anchovy paste. Not only did he eat this dish but he even enjoyed it! I will make this dish again. "
Asparagus with Anchovies & Garlic Recipe

5 Reviews for Asparagus with Anchovies & Garlic

04/25/2011
Just say 'yes' to anchovies!

The last few times we've made asparagus, we kept it plain and simple. This recipe was a refreshing and delicious new way to make asparagus! This was the first time I've used anchovies/anchovy paste in a recipe, and I cannot wait to try it in another recipe-maybe pasta next time. The only thing we did differently was double the garlic, because we can't seem to get enough of the stuff.

Garlic salty flavor, simple and quick vegetable side dish
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05/21/2010
Anonymous

I made this recipe because my husband loves anchovies but hates asparagus. So I thought I could disguise the asparagus with the anchovy paste. Not only did he eat this dish but he even enjoyed it! I will make this dish again.

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

I tried this recipe because I had a tube of anchovie paste in my fridge and wanted to use it. The recipe turned out to be quite delicious. I think I may actually buy the paste again just to make asparagus this way!

Bethany, Wellington, FL

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

This is our favorite way of preparing asparagus. Don't let the anchovies put you off - adds a nutty flavor, not at all fishy. You can buy wonderful asparagus now year round.

Sandra, Plano, TX

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

A new way to make asparagus for me. I love the salty garlic flavor!

Sara, Colchester, VT

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