Beer Battered Asparagus With a Lemon Herbed Dipping Sauce

Recipe courtesy David Tutera, the famous wedding planner. You can substitute your favorite herbs for the rosemary and thyme.

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  • Lemon Herbed Dipping Sauce: Stir together all ingredients and transfer to a small bowl. Chill, covered, until ready to serve.
  • Beer Battered Asparagus: Heat oil in a heavy saucepan until it reaches 375 degrees F.
  • Whisk together flour, salt, pepper lemon and zest in a bowl until combined. Add beer and whisk ingredients until smooth.
  • Dip asparagus in batter to coat. Remove excess batter before frying. Gently transfer battered asparagus to oil and fry until golden. Stir gently to prevent asparagus from sticking together.
  • Transfer to a baking sheet that has been lined with paper towels and keep warm in a preheated 200 degree F oven.
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"Recipe courtesy David Tutera, the famous wedding planner. You can substitute your favorite herbs for the rosemary and thyme."
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  1. bricookie55
    This review is for the asparagus only, as we didn't make the dipping sauce. They were excellent!! I wouldn't have changed a thing; the batter was just perfect. Each asparagus spear took about five minutes to cook. Thanks so much for posting.
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  2. cookiedog
    Recipe courtesy David Tutera, the famous wedding planner. You can substitute your favorite herbs for the rosemary and thyme.
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