These 31 asparagus recipes run the gamut for any time of day and occasion. Make these easy asparagus recipes any time of the year.
Asparagus is one of my favorite green veggies. It’s so good for you too. Asparagus is a great source of folic acid, potassium, fiber, and other vitamins and minerals. Truth be told I love it so much I’ll eat it year-round, but it’s always best when it’s in season. Come spring, I sneak it into my eggs for breakfast, salads for lunch, and pastas or stir-fries for dinner. I can’t get enough of its crisp-tender texture and fresh flavor.
From egg dishes and springy salads to easy dinner dishes, I’m sharing 31 delicious asparagus recipes for any time of day.
Breakfast and Brunch
In our daily hustle to eat more greens, starting your day right with some gorgeously green asparagus feels like an accomplishment.
Frittata egg breakfasts are usually a meal to share, but this two-egg, single-serving recipe packed with fresh asparagus, mushrooms, green onion and a sprinkling of goat cheese is the perfect way to enjoy a quick and healthy breakfast idea for one.
from Olive & Mango
These crisp and buttery puff pastry bundles are filled with roasted asparagus, smoked gouda, and prosciutto, as well as a touch of honey mustard. They’re easy to make and are a perfect all-in-one brunch dish, though you could just as easily enjoy them as an appetizer.
from Bobbi’s Kozy Kitchen
This scramble is healthy, filling, and simple, yet elegant enough to serve for brunch.
from The Real Food Dietitians
This beautiful, crustless quiche with asparagus, leeks, garlic, and feta is perfect for a light springtime breakfast or brunch.
These scrambled egg, roasted asparagus, and pancetta toasts make a light and savory breakfast or brunch that will keep you full for hours.
Whether you grill it, roast it, or air fry it, these easy and delicious asparagus sides are the perfect answer to the nagging question of what to serve with dinner.
This roasted asparagus recipe is a fast and healthy side dish that gets sweet and tender with just a little olive oil, salt and pepper, and a hot oven.
from Take Two Tapas
These quick and easy air fryer asparagus fries are a healthier alternative to French fries and are SO delicious. Serve them with aioli, honey mustard, or your favorite dipping sauce.
from Cast Iron Keto
This beautiful, side dish is bursting with bold Mediterranean flavor. It features charred lemon garlic asparagus over creamy whipped feta that’s topped with olives, capers, sun-dried tomatoes, and lemon zest.
Tender, smoky, and sweet, the best grilled asparagus is tossed in olive oil with salt and pepper for the perfect, healthy 15-minute side dish.
from The Modern Proper
This luxurious gratin is super simple to make and the perfect side dish for a holiday dinner.
Roasted asparagus gets a leg up on the basic side dish with a drizzle of nutty browned butter and the crunch of buttery marcona almonds.
from Healthy Seasonal Recipes
This roasted asparagus with an Asian sesame dressing is so full of flavor, couldn’t be easier to make, and can be served warm or cold.
Simple roasted asparagus gets gussied up with this lush yet easy-to-make 3-ingredient blender hollandaise sauce.
From a fun twist on the classic Caesar salad to a yummy grain bowl all gussied up for spring, these asparagus salads are so full of flavor, and some are even hearty enough to eat for a main meal.
You won’t find any lettuce in this mouthwatering Mediterranean-inspired salad with fresh burrata, roasted asparagus and tomatoes, toasted French bread, and salty, crispy prosciutto.
from Feasting at Home
This super flavorful, easy salad is made with asparagus, English peas, fresh dill, parsley, and toasted almonds in a lemony dressing, topped with avocado and goat or feta cheese. It’s great for making ahead and is also gluten-free and easily made vegan.
from How Sweet Eats
This grilled asparagus caesar salad has all of the flavors you love in a Caesar salad, plus an incredible smoky flavor from charred asparagus and grilled sourdough bread.
from The Original Dish
This easy, healthy grain bowl is made with fresh asparagus, roasted fennel and radishes, farro, and a creamy, herb yogurt sauce. It’s bursting with a bright, herbaceous flavor and is the perfect spring lunch.
from Two Peas and Their Pod
This simple shaved asparagus salad features arugula, pistachios, Parmesan cheese, avocado, and a zippy lemon dressing.
From easy sheet pan dinners to the yummiest grilled cheese, these asparagus mains will have you going for the green.
This Chicken Pot Pie with Puff Pastry Crust is packed with fresh veggies and a creamy yet lower-fat and lower-calorie sauce that brings it all together.
from Carlsbad Cravings
Made on just one sheet pan for easy clean up, this roasted lemon garlic butter shrimp and asparagus can be on your table in just 15 minutes. Enjoy as is for a complete meal, or serve over rice or pasta, or alongside roasted potatoes.
from Nutmeg Nanny
This delicious spring pizza is topped with sautéed mushrooms, asparagus, sun-dried tomatoes, mozzarella, burrata, and micro greens, and cooks up in less than 20 minutes!
Leftover salmon gets a recipe remake with bowtie pasta, fresh asparagus, and dill in this super simple Parmesan cream sauce that makes meal prep a breeze. This salmon pasta couldn’t be easier to make!
from Creme de la Crumb
This healthy stir fry takes just 30 minutes to make and is sweet, savory, and super delicious.
This asparagus risotto is loaded with asparagus, leeks, and peas brightened up with lemon and fresh herbs made extra creamy with Parmesan and mascarpone cheeses.
from Pinch of Yum
Wonderfully juicy, pan-fried chicken and tender asparagus are tossed in a peppery lemon honey butter sauce for the most delicious and bright 5-ingredient meal you can make in just 20 minutes.
Roasted asparagus and spicy smashed avocado are fun additions to this springy grilled cheese, that features a dill-flavored havarti and seedy whole wheat bread.
from Brooklyn Supper
This strikingly beautiful, bright green soup tastes just like spring, thanks to fresh asparagus, herbs, and lemon zest. Plus, it comes together on the stovetop in just 30 minutes.
Almond milk replaces cream and butter in this easy and healthy, spring-inspired version of the classic Italian pasta primavera, that’s loaded with fresh veggies and herbs.
from Simply Recipes
Store-bought puff pastry is spread with creamy goat cheese and pecorino and topped with crisp-tender spears of asparagus for an easy, yet impressive looking tart. It’s perfect for a light dinner or brunch, or, you could even cut into smaller pieces to enjoy as an appetizer.
from The View from Great Island
This super creamy vegetarian pasta comes together in just 30 minutes and only requires a few ingredients.
from The Modern Proper
This blackened salmon and asparagus sheet pan dinner is perfect for a busy weeknights. The salmon and asparagus are drizzled with a flavor-packed, refreshing ginger-cilantro sauce you’ll want to put on everything!
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31 Asparagus Recipes | How to Make THE BEST Grilled Asparagus
- 1 pound asparagus , (choose thick spears)
- 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
- 1 teaspoon kosher salt
- ½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
- lemon wedges , if desired
- Preheat the grill to medium heat, about 350° to 400°F, and brush the grill grates clean.
- Remove the woody ends of the asparagus by snapping the ends off. Bend each stalk gently about ⅔ of the way down the stalk until it naturally breaks where the woody part begins. If desired, use a knife to trim the ends of the stalks to tidy up the cuts. Discard the ends.
- Place the asparagus spears in a shallow bowl or on a platter or baking sheet. Drizzle with the olive oil and toss the spears with your hands to coat. Season with kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper and toss again.
- Place the asparagus across the grill grates perpendicular to the bars. Grill with the lid closed for 6 to 10 minutes or until the spears are tender and crisp. Use tongs to roll the spears for even grill marks.
- Transfer to a platter and if desired, drizzle with more olive oil and a squeeze of lemon. Can be served warm or at room temperature.
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