15 Reviews

Very delicious and easy...I cut the recipe in half for the two of us...I was thinking of not cutting the asparagus after snapping the ends off but at the last minute I decided to be true to the recipe...it did make them easier to eat...we enjoyed the saltiness of the soy sauce...thanks for posting the recipe...=)

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teresas March 12, 2014

I had thin asparagus and they were perfect in this recipe. The seasoning is great. I just omitted the seasoning salt. The addition of soy sauce is great and I used a little bit more. Thanks Annacia :) Made for PAC Spring 2012

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Boomette April 02, 2012

Quick and easy, and the asparagus tastes wonderful. I cut this down to one serving, and it was a little salty for me...probably because I didn't measure my seasonings, just estimated. I'll definitely use this great recipe again. Thanks for posting.

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breezermom September 22, 2009

These are such a nice change from the same ole same ole! We really loved them! I did use low sodium soy sauce with no noticeable difference.

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LouLouIzSpoiled June 25, 2009

We love asparagus around here and I am always looking for new ways to prepare them. This one looked good and it did not disappoint us! They were excellent! I followed the recipe per the instructions and they came out perfectly seasoned. DH gobbled them down like no tomorrow! These will be repeated time and again at our table. Thanks for sharing Annacia!

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Chef Crystal Cooks August 18, 2008

This was a great way to make asparagus, different than I usually do. We found it way too salty though. I don't know next time if I'll cut the seasoning salt or the soy sauce but definately something. It was good enough that we kept trying to eat it through the salt but ended up loosing that battle and tossing about half of it. I will definatly give it another try though with adjusted seasoning.

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Keolani February 13, 2008

Prepared this with a pound of asparagus and a teaspoon of canola oil but used the amounts given on the spices. The results were a delicious treat which truly added to the succulent crisp flavors of the asparagus. Wouldn't change a thing except to add that if you are trying to serve this four four, be prepared to fight for your portion. :D Made for *Zaar Stars*.

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justcallmetoni February 11, 2008

A nice different flavour, I did enjoy it very much.

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bigbadbrenda June 21, 2007

This was a tasty, flavourful change from the usual asparagus recipes with garlic & lemon. We really liked it. And the best part - it was SO easy. Excellent easy fix dish for weeknights and also for busy,dish filled dinner parties. Poof - its' done! Poof - it's gone - don't expect left overs for those that come late to the table...

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Debi June 19, 2007

We loved this! I can't think of anything to do to improve what you've got here Annacia--perfect as is. A VERY nice change from my "normal" recipe (which is steamed and buttered); I let it go a bit too long (busy doing other things) and got a few sprigs a bit dark, but they tasted excellent, too! KEEPER! *Made for ZWT 3 USA Regional Leg*

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Debber May 30, 2007
Shanghai Asparagus