Total Time
10mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

Simple but tasty - great for a bbq **Update May2008 - if you don't have orange vinegar, do follow Andi of LongMeadow Farms excellent suggestion of making your own by just adding 1 tablespoon of fresh orange juice, fresh orange zest earlier in the day to a white vinegar. I actually prefer the zing of her version over store bought. Thanks Andi!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Saute asparagus in olive oil with garlic, pepper and garlic salt.
  2. Add water right at end when almost done.
  3. Take it off the heat and sprinkle with chili powder and orange vinegar.
  4. Serve right away.
Most Helpful

5 5

The combination of chipotle and orange juice was fantastic in this! Is this a unique combination I wonder or is this just the first time I've encountered it? I also used orange juice, but not any zest, so my feeling was that 1 tablespoon orange juice was not quite enough. I guess I'd recommend two tablespoons without the zest. One other thing I did wrong with this recipe was add the sauce to 2 bunches asparagus instead of 1 bunch which meant there wasn't enough sauce to go around. Trust me, the sauce is so good you'll want it all. We sauteed long enough so the asparagus was crisp-tender, maybe 8-10 minutes? This was sooo good.

5 5

Wow an asparagus with a delightful punch! This sent Longmeadow Farm in a frolic because the taste is *Outstanding* ~ I followed this exactly, except I did not have orange vinegar, however; I just added some 1 tablespoon of fresh orange juice, fresh orange zest earlier in the day to a white vinegar. The dried chipotle powder, the garlic, the olive oil all made for a wonderful use of fresh asparagus I just clipped from the garden. This is not hot by any means, so everyone can join in and devour this completely in one sitting. This is a plus *5* recipe, a 10 star in the Farms book. Thank you for sharing this, Beautiful BC. Just wonderful!