Tag: Asparagus

Rosemary Roasted Asparagus and Baby Potatoes

Rosemary Roasted Asparagus and Baby Potatoes

Rosemary Roasted Asparagus and Baby Potatoes  Every spring and early summer I look forward to fresh rhubarb and asparagus. I recently shared this recipe for Rhubarb Ginger Sauce  and this one for Rhubarb Ginger Yogurt Pops Both turned out super delicious. Now it’s time to share a recipe 

French Tarragon, Asparagus with Grated Eggs

French Tarragon, Asparagus with Grated Eggs

French Tarragon, Asparagus with Grated Eggs It will be difficult to choose what part of this easy recipe will become your favorite. It might be the tiny bits of licorice tasting French Tarragon, or maybe it’s that fresh picked, springtime favorite, asparagus. Perhaps it will be 

Egg in a Frame with Asparagus

Egg in a Frame with Asparagus

Egg in a Frame with Asparagus

Today I’m going to share with you an easy recipe made for one person. It’s perfect for those nights when you’re the only one home for dinner and you don’t have a clue what to make. You can either grab a spoon and that gallon of ice cream in the freezer or make Egg in a Frame with Asparagus. It’s great for lunch, dinner or a late night snack. Need to feed your family? No problem, dig out your large flat griddle and get crackin’ Use one side of the griddle for the asparagus and the other side for the bread and eggs.

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Large Griddle

A few years ago I purchased a large electric griddle by Presto. The main reason for purchasing the griddle was a simple one. My grand-kids and hubby love pancakes and french toast for breakfast. Since there is nothing more frustrating than trying to make pancakes in a skillet, I decided to break down and purchase a large griddle. Since then, I use my griddle more than I ever thought possible. They’re perfect for making breakfast and grilled sandwiches for lunch.

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Make Mornings Easier

I’ve grown quite fond of my large electric griddle, so much so that I’ve given them as Christmas gifts. Make your mornings easier with a large griddle. Skillets and frying pans with their curved edges, are great for browning meat and the like but aren’t meant for pancakes. Pancakes need to be made on a flat surface to brown and cook evenly. I think that’s why pancakes taste so good in a restaurant. Plus, when using a large griddle, everyone can sit down to the table at the same time, no more waiting and whining:) Now making breakfast is easy breezy and clean-up is one swipe of a damp paper towel.

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