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We really enjoyed the flavors...so easy to prepare...I cooked it in the oven at a higher temp for less time due to my other dish that was sharing the oven...loved that you can cook it to your liking...we enjoy a slight bite to the stems and that's what we got...thanks for posting the recipe =)
This tasted terrific. My husband even liked snacking on it raw.
This asparagus recipe was really easy to make and tasted very nice. I made mine in the oven. I used San-J low sodium soy, so I added a little salt to the finished dish after tasting. Followed all directions and ingredients as posted. We served this as a side to Seared Swordfish With Artichoke and Olive (Tetsuya) 370930. Thanks! Made for ZWT5.
Simple, great tasting, a very nice way to prepare asparagus. Will definitely make again. Made for ZWT5
This recipe is soooo good! I was a little leery about it when I smelled them cooking because the sesame oil smell was really strong, but they were perfect! I did sprinkle a little salt on them before I put them in the oven. Yum! Made for ZWT5 - Epicurean Queens
Lovely and a bit different. I appreciate the Asian flavorings. It's not easy finding asparagus side dishes to serve with Asian meals. This fits beautifully and is delicious...and attractive. It will become part of my regular rotation. Photo to follow.
Oh my goodness, these were so good I ate all of it right out of the pan! I baked in the oven, about 12 minutes. Wonderful! Made for the Asian Green Eggs and Ham game.
Marvelous, and could be better with practice. We used the oven since the bar-b-q is put up for the winter, and perhaps should have cooked them a little longer -- but the family ate them and asked for more.
Scruptious is right! Minutes to put together and they came out delicious. They have an Asian flavor with a bit of sweetness. I'll be making this one again!
I did this recipe in the oven. And I used 1 tablespoon of garlic minced in a jar. This is very good. Just a hint of sweet. Thanks Lorie :) Made for Holiday tag.