By twissis on June 15, 2006
Photo by HeidiSue
Photo by HeidiSue
"This recipe has been entered for ZWT II & was found on the net courtesy of The Straits Cafe at: straitscafe.com. It is so easy to prepare & the name kinda says it all, doesn't it? Times have been estimated."
Serving Size: 1 (192 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Amazingly simple and delicious, but a warning....the sauce will disappear, so make double!! Now one of my favorite ways to prepare one of my favorite veggies. Thanks for sharing! Made for Football Tag 2014 at Yuku."
"Simple and wonderful. So glad I chose this side dish for your Football Pool win. We thoroughly enjoyed it."
"I love this recipe. My wife loves it also, which is more important!"
"This was good and easy to make. I used frozen asparagus as that is what I had and I used lite soy sauce as that is all I buy. I followed the rest of the recipe as written. This was a nice tasty side dish. We all enjoyed it."
"This was yummy! Asparagus is my very favorite vegetable and this was a simple and elegant way to serve it. I think I will use a low sodium sauce next time as it was plenty salty and DH needs to watch the sodium intake. I think the sauce would be great on broccoli or snow peas as well. Thanks twissis--I'll be making this again."
"Yep twissis this is a truly excellent side dish. Loved the sauce. I also used light soy sauce and it was plenty salty for our taste. thanks sweetie for a great recipe."
"WOW! This asapargus was fabulous! I can't believe how simple this was and how elegant and tasty it was. I put a lid on my asaragus half way through it's cooking because I didn't think it was going to cook enough in the 5 minutes. By doing that I lost all but about a tsp of my water. I just added the remaining water to make 2 tbl, the wonderful flavor of the asparagus was still in the pan, so it wasn't a problem. I used light soy and it was still plenty salty. I only made 1/2 lb of asaragus, but the full amount of sauce, I felt it was a perfect ratio. This is a real keeper! Thanks twissis!"