Published May 1, 2003.
A quick sauté is the first step in creating salads with bold flavors and tender-crisp texture.
Either bland or overseasoned, mushy or nearly raw, this first-course tease can prove to be an unsatisfying encounter.
Recipes for asparagus salad that combine good taste with good looks.
Quickly sauté and brown the asparagus over high heat to enrich flavor, and add bold flavors for a zesty dressing. Add nuts, beans, cheese, or hard-cooked eggs to make the salads more substantial as well as flavorful.list of recipes