Sautéed Asparagus

You really do not need to go to a lot of fuss to make better tasting veggies.

Take these bright green, crisp tender beautiful asparagus spears…

All it took was a quick trim, a bit of butter, my favorite steakhouse seasoning, and five to ten minutes, depending on how big your asparagus is (the air fried marinated lamb chops were also wicked tasty, but I will cover those next week), so, let us get started on our tasty veggies…

•1 bunch asparagus
•3 tbsp unsalted butter
•1 tbsp steak seasoning

Note: this is my current fave steak house seasoning, but feel free to use your own.

Wash the asparagus and cut off the woody ends of each stalk. I usually take an inch or so in total.

Melt the butter in a large pan, add the asparagus and steak seasoning, tossing to coat each stalk well.

Sautée for five to ten minutes, again, depending on how thick your asparagus is. These stalks were pretty big, so mine took about the full ten minutes until they were that lovely bright green and nicely crisp tender. Serve immediately.

Oh! Mebbe with a drizzle of fresh lemon juice on top.

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