Look for bright green stalks of asparagus with tight, firm tips and moist ends.
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Made this according to recipe and video, did not like at all, not a combination for me. Very bland . Too bad as I like all the ingredients, just didn't work for my palate.
Made exactly as written until plating. I threw all in a bowl vs individual plating. With GENEROUS amounts of salt & pepper it was descent. We like more flavor in dish. I would make again, but next time will try a minced clove of garlic when making sauce & possibly substitute queso fresco for the ricotta.
Rating: 2 stars
So let me start by saying that I have made lots of these Everyday Food recipes and love the magazine and Sarah. However, this one was too unusual for me and my family. I love the idea of pasta asparagus and scrambled eggs. It was simple, but the cheese sauce made it weird and stringy. I don't know if it was a timing issue or maybe I needed more than 1/2 cup of pasta water, but by the end of my stirring my sauce was more a melted gooey cheese. What did I do wrong?
Rating: 3 stars
Great recipe, easy and good for a light dinner. But Sarah, let me ask you a question: why do you call Parmigiano "Parm"? I am a lot in Italy, my husband is Italian and I never heard that word there-ever. I guess it's an Americanism ;-) Regards