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  • Crispy coated green asparagus

Recept time 20 min.
Recept time 10 st
Recept time Saucepan

Asparagus can be prepared in many different ways, and they are all delicious! This recipe is amazing and a bit different. Serve it as a starter or with a drink as a snack. The crumble on the green asparagus is a wonderful taste sensation.


  • 1 bunch of EAT ME green asparagus
  • 150 ml crème fraîche
  • 1 tbsp. soy sauce (regular)
  • 3 tbsp. wasabi furikake
  • 1 tbsp. wasabi sesame seeds
  • 1 tbsp. black sesame seeds
  • 1 punnet EAT ME edible flowers

Let's get to work

  1. Cut the ends (1-2 cm) off the asparagus. Peel them, if you wish, from just below the head with a vegetable peeler. Cook the asparagus approx. 3 minutes in a pan with boiling water until al dente. Rinse under running cold water to stop the cooking process. Pat them dry with paper towels.
  2. Mix the crème fraîche with the soy sauce. Mix the wasabi furikake and the sesame seeds and sprinkle on a plate. Use a brush to cover the asparagus with the creme fraîche and then roll them through the wasabi sesame mixture. Serve the asparagus with edible flowers.


urikake is a Japanese seasoning that usually consists of seaweed, dried fish (tuna) and sesame seeds. It is delicious on vegetables, but also with rice or sushi. For a vegetarian meal use furikake without tuna.

More recipes with green asparagus

Flammkuchen met groene asperges
Flammkuchen with green asparagus
Pasta met groene asperges
Green asparagus pasta
Gegrilde groentespies
Grilled vegetable skewers
Salade van groene asperges en zeekraal
Salad of green asparagus and samphire
Filodeegbakjes met groene aspergeragout
Filo pastry cups with green asparagus ragout

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