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This recipe uses a lower-fat version of a Chinese cooking technique called dry sauteeing.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, April/May 1993
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The asparagus may also be served at room temperature.

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  • erinye
    21 DEC, 2008
    So easy and a great way to dress up some asparagus. Peanut and sesame oils together create such a delicious nutty aroma and flavor. I used regular sesame oil instead of toasted and of course it was still mouthwatering.
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  • Pili
    29 JUL, 2008
    Very good, easy to make
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