Asparagus Right for All Blood Types
Asparagus are in season during the spring. One of our favorite way to prepare this right for all blood types veggie is to broil them in the oven. Asparagus is delicious to eat and easy to prepare. The optimum growing season for this delicious vegetable is from February through June, so spring is the best time to enjoy it, whether as a stand alone vegetable, as an addition to risotto or pasta, and simply blanched and added to a favorite salad. Asparagus is best cooked the same day it is purchased, however, it will keep, tightly wrapped in a plastic bag, 3 to 4 days in the refrigerator. Or, you can also store it standing upright in about an inch of water, covering the container with a plastic bag.
Here’s a quick and easy recipe for asparagus, which is great to serve at a spring luncheon or dinner.
- 1 Tablespoon olive oil per pound of asparagus
- sea salt, to taste.
- Cut off woody end of asparagus (hold below blossom and end of stalk and bend the stalk gently as if folding, discard the cut end).
- Line a pan with foil and pre-heat broiler.
- Lay out the asparagus in a line on the lined pan and sprinkle with olive oil first then flake sea salt.
- Broil for 7-9 minutes, very close to the broiler coil then turn the asparagus over and broil for another 3-5 minutes (time depends on thickness of the stalk).
Enjoy the spring asparagus harvest!
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