I was travelling this weekend for the wedding of one of my in-laws, so I didn't have the time to work on my blog post this weekend. So, I thought that instead I'll just make a quick post about my second attempt at the Soy-Sake Asparagus, which I made this past Wednesday as a side dish to the "Gregory's Jamaican White Fish" that I was making from the Vera Bradley: Cooking with Friends cookbook that I received as a bridal shower gift from my aunt.
You'll recall from my last post about the Soy-Sake Asparagus that the recipe comes from the Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook. This time, I was doing my grocery shopping at Trader Joe's and they had asparagus, but it was almost $4.00 for the bunch. However, they also had white asparagus on sale for only $1.99 and I thought: Hey, I've never had white asparagus. Might as well try it out.
The recipe itself is exactly the same as in my last post, except that I was using the white asparagus instead of green.
Overall: this recipe was just as yummy as it was using green asparagus. I think that generally I prefer the flavor of green asparagus, but this was a fun adventure, trying out something new.