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I used this recipe as a start for my own breakfast creation. I wrapped the asparagus in ham and provolone. I served on sourdough toast with poached eggs, hollaindese sauce and capers.

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jstaylor62 June 12, 2011

Yummy, ~Leslie~. I fixed per instructions, served over toast for a lovely looking and tasty lunch. My friends all wanted the recipe! Thnx so much for sharing this recipe. Made for PAC Spring 2010.

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Darkhunter April 19, 2010

This is a very good way to "disguise" veggies so you don't even know you are eating them. If you happen to like asparagus you should cut the sauce in half, the ham in half and the cooking time in half. Or better yet, steam or grill the asparagus until crisp-tender and just pour the sauce on top to serve.

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threeovens March 12, 2009

Up until about a couple of years ago couldn't get the DH to try asparagus (which now he loves) and I still can never get him to eat ham.. but on this recipe he had seconds! I made directly as posted and it turned out great. Thanks for a keeper!

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ARathkamp January 10, 2009

What a great tasting dish and easy to make. I roasted the asparagus and followed the recipe up to assembly point. I cooked some pasta, put that on the bottom of the pan then added the ham rolls and then topped the dish with the sauce. Baked as directed.

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Andrea in NH October 19, 2008

One of my all time favorite ways to serve asparagus as a main dish. Rather than posting a separate recipe, I'm adding here that I beat four eggs with 1/3 cup parmesan, fresh basil and black pepper rather than your cheese sauce. Either way, this is a super Spring entree!

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Chef-Boy-I-Be Illinois April 11, 2008

This was a great recipe. I steamed the asparagus for 2 minutes and ran under cold water. I used America cheese instead of cheddar, and it turned out very tasty. I will be making this many times again. BTW, they reheated very nicely, still firm and tasty. Thanks for a great keeper.

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Mike McCartney January 26, 2008

Easy enough for DD (5 y.o.) to assemble and both kids loved it! This is a great combination! Thanks for a kid-pleaser-keeper!

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luvinlif2k June 05, 2007

We loved this recipe! The flavors of the ham, mustard and cheese sauce really complimented the asparagus. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Dreamgoddess June 04, 2007

I scaled the recipe down to serve 2 and it worked out just fine. The mustard was somewhat lost after baking, so I'll increase the amount next time. I also only blanched the asparagus for 3 minutes because I thought they might turn to mush after the baking time. I needn't have worried. They came out perfect. Made for ZWT 3. :)

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Lori Mama June 01, 2007
Ham Asparagus Rolls