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9 Easy & Delicious Asparagus Recipes ctm magazine

Hello Food Wishers! Chef John’s Corporate Overlords here with 9 easy and delicious ways to cook asparagus! Spring is in the air, and the market is overflowing with fresh asparagus. Sure, you can steam it, grill it, roast it, or pan fry it, but Chef John has 9 more new and exciting ways to serve it. Cream of Asparagus Soup will chase away the cold, and a Shaved Asparagus Salad with Fried Pastrami and Mustard Dressing is perfect for a hot day when you don’t want to turn on the oven. Chef John’s Bacon Asparagus Dutch Baby is a great breakfast for dinner option, while an Asparagus Tart will impress your guests at brunch. Whether you’d like the delicious simplicity of Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus, or you want to flex your culinary skills with an Asparagus Soufflé, Chef John has the perfect asparagus recipe for you!

Fresh Asparagus Patties:

Cream of Asparagus Soup:

Asparagus Soufflé:

Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus:

Asparagus with Prosciutto and Egg:

Bacon Asparagus Dutch Baby:

Asparagus Tart:

Shaved Asparagus Salad with Fried Pastrami and Mustard Dressing:

Creamy Asparagus & Cauliflower Soup:

00:00 Fresh Asparagus Patties
0:7:55 Cream of Asparagus Soup
13:35 Asparagus Soufflé
18:58 Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus
21:47 Asparagus with Prosciutto and Egg
25:51 Bacon Asparagus Dutch Baby
31:15 Asparagus Tart
36:45 Shaved Asparagus Salad
41:30 Creamy Asparagus & Cauliflower Soup



  • kat russell on March 27, 2022

    Bought two pounds of asparagus yesterday. Thanks for the ideas!

  • Эля Ризова on March 27, 2022

    Слушайте, а это разумно, из волокнистой, длинной спаржи делать котлетки, или крем-суп ( суп пюре). Я недавно, чуть не подавилась, в ресторане, отварной спаржей. У нее очень длинные волокна, и даже небольшие кусочки надо долго-долго жевать, и неизвестным результатом. Вот.

  • Mochi on March 27, 2022


  • Melissa Behringer on March 27, 2022

    Please do two more compilations:
    1) Making basic ingredients to use in multiple recipes i.e.
    – Crème Freche
    – White sauce/ bechemal
    2) Techniques
    – whipping cream, egg whites
    – folding in airy ingredients

  • Rod Turgid on March 27, 2022

    My wife won’t buy asparagus because it makes my man chowder taste and smell foul.

  • Fix News on March 27, 2022

    Your videos are getting too long for me. That's just for me personally. I haven't been watching like I used to. I suppose some people like the new format. Just sending feedback.

  • Jazzy Taste on March 27, 2022

    My favourite kind of videos are actually the "1 product, many recipes" ones. As when I'm having one product in the fridge which is waiting to be cooked, but not a single idea comes to my mind, these are the most useful videos in those cases. I adore asparagus and now I should experiment with these nice recipes at home 😋

  • Sandra Streifel on March 27, 2022

    There are fluid ounces (8 to a cup), and ounces by weight (~30g)

  • Godspeed on March 27, 2022

    What’s a mother to do?…… I have to be on a low sodium diet not young any more😔

  • kazoo libra on March 27, 2022

    Heading to the kitchen NOW to make cauliflower/asparagus soup!

  • Люда Бурцева on March 27, 2022

    Рада видеть Ваш новый вкусный рецепт….Спасибо ! 😊😊Glad to see your new delicious recipe….Thank you! 😊😊

  • Sandra Streifel on March 27, 2022

    Who has problems with roux? That’s about as basic as cooking gets!

  • Chu Lafferty on March 27, 2022

    Great recipes. Definitely copying this. You are quite the comedian also. I got quite a few light chuckles while watching which like the garnish on the soup added to the beauty and enjoyment. Listening again soon. 😃🏆💯

  • Nessuno on March 27, 2022

    I really like the shaved asparagus salad! I'll serve it mixed with a little baby arugula, and fried, crispy prosciutto instead of pastrami…maybe add a little fresh tarragon to the dressing too!

  • Emily BH on March 27, 2022

    How about asparagus, onion, garlic, sweet potato pakoras!? Yumm! Pakoras are like the patties in the first recipe but spicy and packed with flavor and they and don't require eggs. Instead they use chickpea flour, Indian spices, salt. and a little water plus some oil in the vegetable mix to bind everything together. After chopping up the veggies and adding the besan flour -(about 1/2 cup flour to every 2-3 cups of vegetables – give or take) – and salt and spices, you just let the salt draw the liquid from the veggies for 5-10 minutes, then decide how much water you will need to further bind the veggies together. If you make tiny matchsticks of the veggies, you'll need less flour and water. Add about 1-2 T oil. You don't have to deep fry them like Indians do. Just lightly fry on a preheated heavy non-stick pan on medium or medium-low for 3-4 minutes on each side until each side is Golden brown.. Serve with your choice of chutneys.

  • Sylph OftheWildWoods on March 27, 2022

    Thank you @Food Wishes!
    I already enjoy your cream of asparagus soup! Looking forward to trying some of these.
    Thank you, Chef John!

  • Dragon359 on March 27, 2022

    I wonder if it'd be possible to food-process the first recipe into a more fine consistency? That would be interesting if possible, but while I'm not fond of asparagus to begin with, I will admit some of these do seem tempting.

  • Sherry 2 on March 27, 2022

    "You are the baby daddy"! Someone please make him stop. Love asparagus!

  • Jenn Lizzy on March 27, 2022

    Mmmm, asparagus. 😋😋👍👍👍

  • VRA. Food kerala on March 27, 2022


  • Deborah Denmark on March 27, 2022

    What a stunning presentation with the Cauliflower and Asparagus soup!

  • Wilf Bentley on March 27, 2022

    I suggest keeping a couple of pieces of asparagus tip un-pureed to use as garnish for each bowl. of creamed soup.

  • Shaun Hall on March 27, 2022

    As usual legendary
    We are about a month or so before the asparagus season in the uk
    Nice to see the return of cayenne
    It was getting worring

  • Sephina Rose on March 27, 2022

    I've made enough of your recipes, I have grown my spice tolerance due to all the cayenne. 🤣

  • TheStraycat74 on March 27, 2022

    21:05 a fried egg on top of those covered in Hollandaise would be awesome.
    21:56 Oh… yeah, that works.
    35:45 that looks awesome

  • fadetounforgiven on March 27, 2022

    Nice recipes, but being Spanish I'll leave prosciutto for those who don't know about the good stuff 😉

  • Zizi Roberts on March 27, 2022

    I looooooove asparagus

  • Gerald Jarosch on March 27, 2022

    The one obligatory recipe every year for me is Asparagus Risotto.

  • Rebekah Spears on March 27, 2022

    I save my ice for the boiled eggs I occasionally cook.

  • Rebekah Spears on March 27, 2022

    Can you provide a better formatted recipe for the asparagus soufflé, along with the directions?

  • Alexander Boyer on March 27, 2022

    Anything with eggs… I'm sold.
    Asparagus "tart" thing… I want that.
    Asparagus salad looks good.
    Your asparagus soup gave me an idea…

  • Bugnetblue on March 27, 2022

    'You are the Britney of your spears'.
    Make me laugh.
    I believe laughter is medicine.
    And I thank you for that laugh which totally makes me feel better!
    And a great asparagus recipe to boot!

  • Lawrence Taylor on March 27, 2022

    Chef John's favorite baseball team recipes using asparaguses (asparagii?)
    Who's on first? Asparagus.
    What's on second? Asparagus?
    I Don't Know's on third? Asparagus.

  • bcask61 on March 27, 2022

    What kind of savage cuts an asparagus spear in half? Thats just wrong.

  • LPdedicated on March 27, 2022

    Ever since the cream of asparagus soup came out all those years ago I've madee it every spring and summer at family gatherings. It's glorious!

  • GD Warbeck on March 27, 2022

    Pesto=Paste. Asparagus Pesto is wonderful.

    If you freeze it, leave out the nuts (walnuts are way cheaper than pine nuts).

    White fish, shrimp (!), mayo substitute with egg or chicken salad. It pairs well and if you freeze it, makes for a quick dinners too.

  • Paul Wagner on March 27, 2022

    The perfect compilation for the first week of Spring! Can't wait for the Easter compilation. Pizza Rustica, all that lamb, even ham recipes. Crossing my fingers that it happens.

  • Charles Knight on March 27, 2022

    Don’t normally comment, but this collection of asparagus recipes is simply INCREDIBLE!!! God bless and be safe!!! Chuck Knight from Buffalo, Texas. 🤠👨‍🌾✝️🙏🐩

  • Patty Sue Malley on March 27, 2022

    ‘The Britney of your Spears’ you’d 100% be in stand-up if you weren’t doing this 😭😂😂

  • Patty Sue Malley on March 27, 2022

    You are the only chef I know that actually USES salt, instead of putting 1/4 teaspoon and calling it a day. I cook with many seasonings but have always maintained that everything else is for different flavors, but salt is for *enhancing*.

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