Chef's Caesar Asparagus
This has been a favorite with my students all season so I think its ready to be shared with the world... lol as if my blog reaches the world. This Caesar Asparagus side is a serious game changer if you are looking to elevate the familiar and loved Caesar salad and really impress your family or friends! It's got all the cheesy savory goodness, without the flavorless lettuce and white mystery dressing.
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Anyways... back to the recipe!
My Chef's Caesar Asparagus is a clean side dish for any occasion. I have opted out of fish and heavy dairy ingredients in my dressing because well... I am not a creamy dressing kind of person. Plus most people don't realize there is a serious allergen hidden in store bought Caesar dressings (anchovies) I don't have an allergy but many people do, or if you are vegetarian, here is the dressing alternative for you. It contains Parmesan cheese but without the heavy mayo, yogurt, or cream it is a nice light choice to pair with this tender vegetable. Now if you have a favorite creamy Caesar dressing that you can pick up at the store, go for it! NOTE: You'll shave off a little bit of prep time going with a pre-made dressing.