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Keep that fresh crispy taste asparagus by blanching them first before storing in freezer.
Cut and wash with cool water.
Dump them in hot boiling water. Be careful!
Let it boil for 1-2 minutes. Do not let them sit in there too long!
After the 1-2 minute is up, remove from hot water by either poor them out in container or spoon them out. Place in a container with ice cold water. Let sit and cool.
Dry them. Put in freezer bags.
Put in freezer and safe for future use. They will taste like fresh asparagus!
A month later, I took them out of freezer and made sautéed asparagus with garlic and olive oil. They tasted just like fresh asparagus.
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what does blanch mean?
3 weeks ago
I wonder if that also works with broccoli :) thanks for posting!
11 months ago
Thanks for the very useful method ! Would u post some recipes for cooking asparagus .thanks again !
12 months ago
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