Best white asparagus recipe ever

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    White asparagus wraps


    for 4 servings of the best white asparagus recipe ever
    you need:

    2kg white asparagus, fresh
    150g flour, all purpose
    375ml milk
    20g butter
    1 tbsp. sunflower oil



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    Today we would like to present you Al’s favourite white asparagus recipe.

    Can you imagine to combine white asparagus with pancakes?

    Of course, there are a lot of variations on how to prepare white asparagus. But my favourite white asparagus recipe is to combine it with pancakes, sauce hollandaise and cooked ham.


    1. Wash and peel the white asparagus. Boil the asparagus spears for at least 10 minutes

    (if you would like to optimize your technique for boiling white asparagus please read our further info)

    Best white asparagus recipe ever








    2. In the meantime prepare pancakes (1 pancake per 4 spears of white asparagus).

    Melt some butter, adjoin a teaspoon of sunflower oil in an appropriate pan and bake pancakes.
    (Ingredients for our pancake dough: 150g flour, 2 eggs, 375ml milk, pinch of salt)

    Best white asparagus recipe ever






    3. Place a slice of boiled ham on a fresh pancake.

    White asparagus wraps







    Spread some hollandaise sauce on pancake and boiled ham.

    White asparagus wraps




    4. Lay three to four white asparagus spears on top and make a wrap.

    Pancake with boiled ham, hollondaise sauce and white asparagus spears

    Do you know a recipe from your home Country for wrapped white asparagus?

    Have a nice meal – Enjoy!

    White asparagus wraps


    The best white asparagus recipe ever can be served with
    mineral water
    fruit juices



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    4 Responses to “Best white asparagus recipe ever”

    1. This looks so delicate and lovely. What a great brunch dish!

    2. A-Man says:

      Thank you!! 🙂

    3. Marc says:

      That German style aspargus looks awesome! Actually, this is the way my Grandma used to serve it.

      Have you ever tried to do it in the oven? I know, that might sound strange but trust a German native who live in the region aspargus is cultivated!

      Just put some aspargus in some greaseproof paper with some salt and some powdered suggar. Make a package out of it and put it into the oven at 350 F for about 30 minutes (depending on size of aspargus). The sugar will caramelize and the aspargus will cook in its own fluids. Brilliant!

    4. A-Man says:

      Glad you like it!

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