Cooking Asparagus – The Best Tips for Asparagus Season
Cooking asparagus is the idea of this page. Learn my tips and recipes.
Local asparagus spears are available in Germany from mid to late April. Traditionally, the asparagus season ends on St. John’s Day on June 24.
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Tips for Cooking Asparagus
You can find cooking tips for asparagus below:
Frequently asked questions about the Cooking asparagus
The asparagus soup tastes delicious, here are some fine variations of the cream and foam soup:
Asparagus Cokking According to Preparation Method
You can prepare the popular vegetable in a variety of tasty ways:
Sauces for Asparagus
Classic and new, matching cold and hot sauces can be found here:
You can find some of the classics of asparagus cuisine here:
Salads with Asparagus
Asparagus salads modern and newly interpreted follow here:
How to recognise good, fresh asparagus?
When you go shopping for asparagus, please pay attention to the origin.:
Organic asparagus and local asparagus are preferable to cheap imported goods.
- You can recognise fresh asparagus by its appearance: shiny skin, closed heads and no brown spots.
How to store asparagus
- Wrap the asparagus in damp cloths and store in the refrigerator, sealed.
What is contained in asparagus?
Asparagus contains many vitamins and minerals:
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
- B-Komplex Vitamines
- Folic acid
Folic acid is extremely sensitive to heat. Therefore, enjoy asparagus finely chopped as a raw vegetable in a salad every now and then!
Asparagus health effect
Asparagus is a delicacy medicine for heart and kidneys. In the past, asparagus was even listed as a medicinal plant in the official pharmacopoeia and was available in every pharmacy.
Today, asparagus is often found as an ingredient in kidney and bladder teas.
Besides the wonderful appearance and taste, asparagus is simply a very very healthy vegetable.
Hieronymus Bock referred to asparagus as “Lovely food for foodies”.…
There is evidence that asparagus has been eaten for 5,000 years and it only came to us in the Middle Ages.