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I can't imagine eating asparagus any other way. I put some olive oil in a zip lock bag with the asparagus and shook it up to coat the spears thoroughly. Then put them on the baking sheets with a sprinkling of salt. Roasted them for only 6-7 minutes and then ate them plain. Perfect even without the cheese and lemon, but that would be great also. I'm going to try using these baked spears on top of a spinach salad with some ginger dressing and sliced almonds. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.
i akways roast asparagus this way. i use home made garlic infused olive oil, and drizzle it on the asparagus, tossing after 5 minutes, cook for 5 more minutes. add freshly grated parmesano reggiano, and a spritz of freah lemon juice, heaven!
Delicious! I love how charred the asparagus got, and the parmesan and lemon complimented that flavor beautifully. This has just became my go to asparagus recipe. Thank you Barb.
Very good. I did add the garlic powder. Will be making often.
The asparagus comes out perfect with 8 minutes in the oven - still a bit crunchy. The lemon and parmesan just add to the wonderful flavor of the asparagus. Thanks Barb for a deliscious side dish that was enjoyed by both of us
These would go great with anything! We loved them with our dinner! Thank you for the recipe!
Love asparagus and this recipe is really easy. I do add a grating of fresh parmesean to the end, though that adds a nutty crispy flavor
Tasty, easy, easy method to preparing asparagus. I guess I didn't put on enough garlic powder because I didn't get any hint of it. I used shredded asiago cheese.
Perfect. My husband was shocked by how good this was. If we aren't going to eat the asparagus cold, I would never make it another way!
What could be simpler or more tasty? With Spring comes fresh asparagus and great new recipes to try! This one is so easy and ready in a flash! Great taste and perfect accompaniment to any meal! Thanks again, Barb, for yet another great recipe!