Asparagus Ham Dinner
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
I had been looking for a good recipe to use for asparagus. I have made this several times my wife loves it. The only change that I made was to leave out the cayenne pepper and add some seasoned pepper. I used diced Roma tomatoes and added a little pasta water .
I added sautéed onion and garlic, Parmesan Regionno cheese and tomatoes that I canned this past summer. It was delicious!
The jury was on out on this recipe. My boyfriend liked it but I hated it. Unfortunately it tasted like a lot of mismatched flavors and just was not really a good meal. I would not make this again which is super disappointing because I was looking forward to this meal. I feel like you should just make the ingredients separately and enjoy.
This recipe was very good and easy. The only thing I changed was to use one 14 oz can of diced tomatoes instead of fresh tomatoes. My husband and I both liked it. I will be making it again soon.
Loved this recipe although I did make some changes. i threw in some mushrooms and an onion and garlic. I didnt have fresh tomatoes so I used canned. I felt the spices needed to be punched up, so I doubled all the seasonings except the parsley. Delicious!! Will definately make again! Thanks for the great recipe!
This dish was really easy to make and looked beautiful on the plate with all the colors. I did reduce the tomatoes by half and used red pepper instead of cayenne.
I have a question. What basic veggies would be good to substitute for the asparagus? Thank You in advance!
This recipe is terrible. I don’t ever rate anything. This might be the first time in my life and I made an account here just to warn you these psychopaths that gave this recipe 5 stars are clearly robots or have never tasted real food. This recipe is unseasoned plain pasta with some completely mismatched ingredients and basically no seasoning or flavor whatsoever. Just Cook asparagus and eat ham. Don’t put this trash together in some affront to the very idea of pasta. GROSS
Great dish! I didn’t have parsley so I skipped it and added two tablespoons of ketchup and mikes red hot sauce. Such good flavor!
While I enjoyed the fresh taste of this dish, I still felt it lacked some seasoning. I didn't have fresh parsley so I used dry instead (doing the conversion, it should have been 4 tsp). I didn't have enough so I only did 3, which may be why it was a bit lacking (if so, that's my fault). I'll definitely be trying this again, with FRESH parsley next time and possibly increase the salt just a tad. I must have had large tomatoes, because after cutting up 3, that looked like plenty. I also used a "ham steak" which I diced. I think next time I will also use some minced or chopped garlic. I'll be doing this one again.