Reheating Cooked Asparagus

Cooked asparagus can be reheated if you follow a few key rules. Learn about reheating cooked asparagus with help from the author of a bestselling cook book in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Bruce Cadle, The Date Night Chef. There are lots of ways of re-purposing leftover asparagus. If you're fixing a stir-fry, you can cut it into small pieces and just add it in towards the end. It's great on a sandwich, it's great in a frittata, it's awesome in salads. But, I'm here today to talk to you about how to reheat cooked asparagus. All you need is some foil, put your asparagus right in the middle. Add a little bit of extra virgin olive oil, and that just kind of re-hydrates it. And then, make a pouch. Just fold your foil up, crimp it over on the top - that gives a little bit of air inside that will actually allow it to steam. Close the ends, and you're all set to go. If you're grilling your dinner, then just add this to the grill about five minutes before you're finished cooking. Or, if you're baking dinner, add this to the oven about five minutes before your entree is finished. This is a great way to re-purpose asparagus, and it'll be just as delicious as it was the first time. Hope you've enjoyed this recipe for reheating cooked asparagus. I'm Bruce Cadle, The Date Night Chef.


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