Garlic Roasted Asparagus | Healthy Recipes

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  1. Thanks. Very helpful video. And my asparagus turned out pretty tasty, even though I didn't have fresh garlic and only used garlic powder. And clean up was indeed a breeze. Once it was on my plate, I tried sprinkling a little Kraft grated parmesan cheese on top as well… which I believe improved the appearance a bit and also tasted pretty good. You should try that. You obviously enjoy cooking… so thanks for sharing how you cook.

  2. Too much talk, too much time wasted on so simple thing to do…anybody can do that demo more effectively in less than 3 minutes…we can see what you are doing and do not have to describe them one by one……that is why there is video lady !!!!….real creepy lady who clearly wants attention only……i rate you -0 !!!!!!

  3. put garlic cloves in a glass jar with a top and shake the shit out of it. the peels will fall off. takes 10 seconds. buy a $5 garlic mincer. takes 10 seconds. also no need for garlic powder when youre using minced garlic lol.

  4. I was looking for how to prepare Asparagus and eat when I came across your video. It is an excellent way of making it. In fact, there are many videos on youtube and they are all good but this is my best. Please never consider those negative minds. Keep it up. If you like go through all the videos on Youtube and you will find that same people are every where. Du courage ma tres chere …

  5. Ok I will take my words back, she can be whatever she wants to be but POR FAVOR not in the kitchen, she has the mos beautiful professional Chef´s knife, the best of everything there. Now garlic is cut first by the sides and then you peel it off ( YOU DO NOT SMASH IT) then you cut it at the size you need for your particular dish… In this case finely chopped and you add it at the VERY end of your asparagus cooking time.

    The salt must be added only by the person eating it !

  6.  If you want to avoid the dangers of injesting aluminum such as Dementia and Alzheimer's diesease, you could just use parchment paper under the asparagus. Clean up is just as easy as with Aluminum foil and you avoid the health risks.

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