Asparagus Cream Sauce

This one here is an extremely simple recipe for a delicious asparagus sauce. This sauce needs only 15min of preparation and goes really well with rice or pasta but also with Polish potato dumplings (gluten free). It is creamy with a strong asparagus taste. :)

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For 2-3 portions you will need:
♥  500g asparagus (I sometimes use also the frozen one)
♥  200ml cream (eg 18% fat)
♥  150ml 2% milk
♥  1 clove garlic
♥  2 teaspoons of cornstarch
♥  pinch of freshly ground pepper
♥  2 tablespoons of soy sauce (can be replaced with salt)

1. Slice the asparagus and fry with a little bit of olive oil (for around 5-8min).

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2. Add garlic. Stir it well and fry for another 1 min.

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3. Add cream and cold milk mixed with cornstarch. Bring everything to the boil while stirring all the time.

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4. The sauce should get thicker. Add soy sauce and pepper.

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5. We had it with Polish potato dumplings but it is also delicious with rice or pasta! :) ENJOY!

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3 Responses to Asparagus Cream Sauce

  1. Lynne W. says:

    It is so good, and it hasn’t made it to the plate yet. Serving it over quinoa with a light side salad. I am putting this on my asparagus must have list :)

  2. Crazyjen says:

    This is so good and so simple to make. Tastes like a restaurant sauce. But the best part is that all three of my kids ate it and loved it! And that never happens.

    • M. says:

      It is such a pleasure to hear that! Kids are often the toughest judges. :P Thank you for letting me know! It made my day! :) Best, M.

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