Asparagus is more than just a humble vegetable. It’s the first sign of spring, like blooming flowers or seeing your favorite plants outside after winter cold and snow have passed by. When asparagus hits supermarkets it signals that fresh produce will be coming soon! These woodsy stalks are both tall and tender which turns into delightfully delicious goodness when roasted in the oven for about 10-12 minutes on high heat with olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder & thyme leaves thrown over the top to create crispy but still soft tips while keeping their bright green coloring from cooking down too much until they’re dark brown all around.
Asparagus has been my least favorite vegetable since childhood because I was always given the limp mushy green.
is a very healthy and delicious side dish that can be served for dinner, lunch, or breakfast. It only takes about 20 minutes to roast in the oven but using an Air Fryer cuts down the time dramatically with just seven minutes of cooking time! The asparagus will turn out crispy on the ends while still being perfectly tender and ready-to-eat thanks to its short cook times.
Soggy asparagus never tastes good so it’s always best when roasted instead of boiled which also requires much more attention since you need to stir it every few moments so nothing burns off onto another part of the vegetable or into boiling water where it could scorch quickly meaning less taste would stay within each bite taken from this delicacy.
Asparagus is a vegetable that we all love. Air frying asparagus gives it an added flavor and texture, which makes it even more enjoyable! Add olive oil, salt, pepper—and your favorite spices like garlic or lemon pepper if you want something with extra flavor. Finally, squeeze some fresh lemon juice on top for the perfect side dish for any meal!
Why cooking of asparagus in an air fryer?
You will find that the Air Fryer is an excellent choice for a person living on their own. It has many advantages in regards to cooking and cleanup, it’s easy to use, and cooks quickly with less oil than traditional frying!
Making air fryer asparagus is the best way to get a healthy, delicious vegetable with very little effort. You’ll only need basic ingredients like olive oil and salt- which you probably already have on hand!
Ever tried making Air Fryer Asparagus? It takes hardly any time at all for this dish that’s so easy it can’t be beat! All you need are some basics: Olive Oil (you’ve got plenty of that), Salt (again!), and Pepper.
Preparation of asparagus:
Cut the ends of your asparagus about an inch up from the bottom.
Place them onto a plate and lightly drizzle 1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil over top.
Fresh Asparagus 1 bunch
Garlic Powder ½ tbsp
Cooking Oil Spray
Red Pepper Flakes ¼ tbsp
Freshly Grated Cheese ¼ tbsp
Preheat the Air Fryer.
Place asparagus in a large bowl, drizzle with olive oil and seasonings. Toss to coat well then let sit while you prepare your air fryer for cooking (3-5 minutes).
Rinse off any dirt or grit left on them before drying thoroughly using paper towels. Slice each spear at its natural breaking point just below where it becomes tough near the bottom of the stalk so they’re still connected together by their tips but break apart easily when cooked/eaten later.
Cook 6-10 minutes or until tender-crisp and lightly roasted.
Asparagus is an easy vegetable to cook with many variations. You can make it crispy, cooked but crunchy and you can also do something different like boil the stalks for a few minutes before adding them in or just add salt!
Asparagus needs only 6-10 minutes of cooking time depending on how thick they are. Thinner asparagus will take closer to six minutes while thicker stalks may need more than ten minutes – though this doesn’t mean that all spears should be boiled longer.
For some variation try boiling thinner asparagus first then add these later into your dish so they crisp up again at the end or keep them raw by simply salting each spear individually
It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t love asparagus, and this method of cooking is the perfect way for you to enjoy it. The soft parts are still cooked through with a crispy outside that makes me want seconds!
Cooking in an air fryer always leaves my food tasting fantastic- but there was something special about these crispy ends on my asparagus. I’m not sure what seasoning they used or how long they left them in, all I know is that one plate wasn’t enough!
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