14 August 2013

wrapped asparagus in puff pastry with ricotta sauce







I love asparagus, but normally I eat them boiled or in pizzas or little tarts, so this was the first time I made roasted asparagus  and I loved!!
Is easy and fast!

source: book  Simple food by Parragon Ltd.





Ingredients
(4 servings)

20 asparagus spears
2 sheets of puff pastry
Oil for seasoning
lemon wedges
salt
sesame seeds


ricotta cream

100 grams of ricotta
1 tablespoon heavy cream
1 tablespoon of chopped chives
salt and pepper


Method

To prepare the sauce,  put ricota  in a bowl and add the heavy cream, stir and    incorporate finely chopped chives, salt, pepper, place in a sauce boat and leave in the refrigerator until serving .

Preheat oven to 190 °
 Lay the asparagus spears out in a single layer in a baking dish Drizzle oil over the spears,  add salt and pepper and roll the asparagus back and forth until they are all covered with a thin layer of  oil.

Cut the dough into quarters and arrange pastry dough  on the counter paint with a little water and roll the asparagus. and go placing on a cookie sheet.
Repeat with all the asparagus.
Sprinkle with sesame seeds and place in the oven about 12 minutes or until crust is golden brown.
Serve with lemon wedges and ricotta sauce



Im sharing with Joyce of Cook your books




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En español

Espárragos envueltos en masa de hojaldre










Me encantan los espárragos pero normalmente los hago como siempre, cocidos con mayonesa o en tartas o en pizzas y también una sopa deliciosa receta de mi mamá.
Aunque aquí en Chile no estamos en la temporada de espárragos aún me ha llamado la atención que he visto casi todo el año, he hecho unas tres veces.
Y esta es la primera vez que los hago literalmente al horno, envueltos en esta masa tan buena que ahora se puede encontrar en los Super, la masa hojaldre, es la que dice también para Pascualina, es la misma.
Y me encantaron los espárragos hechos de esta manera!


Ingredientes
( 4 porciones)

20 espárragos del tipo verde delgado,
2 hojas de masa hojaldre
aceite para sazonar
sal
semillas de sésamo
gajos de limón

Crema de ricota
100 gramos de ricotta
1 cucharada de crema
1 cucharada de ciboulette picado
sal
pimienta

Preparación

Para la salsa poner la ricota en un bol y agregar la crema y finalmente el ciboulette finamente picado., agregar sal y pimienta, mezclar bien y colocar en una salsera o jarrito hasta el momento que se ocupará.

Precalentar el horno a 190°c.
En una fuente colocar los espárragos para aliñar, con aceite, sal y pimienta .Hacerlos rodar para que se impregnen.
Deben quedar cubiertos con una fina capa de aceite.

Cortar la masa hojaldre en cuadrados y humedecerlos con un poco de agua.
Enrollar cada espárrago en un trozo de masa y colocar en la bandeja del horno.
Hacer lo mismo con cada espárrago.
Finalmente espolvorear con las semillas de sésano y llevar a horno por unos 12 minutos o hasta que estén bien dorados y los espárragos tiernos.
Servir con trozos de limón y la salsa de ricota.



 

91 comments:

  1. Yipee!!! I'm first! Uh oh, there isn't going to be any asparagus left for anyone else. I'm taking them all with me, Gloria!!!

    What a great dish! I can taste it already. Guess what we had for dinner? Asparagus! They sure didn't look as delicious as yours.

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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    1. I love asparagus too dear Louise, lucky you have asparagus today!!
      xo

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    1. yes sigh!! (but she is the champion LOL

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  3. oh only 4 minutes from number one too...

    interesting...asparagus has not been a fav...though i do like it grilled...interesting textures in putting it in pastry too...the sauce i think would def be key too....

    cool gloria

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  4. Never tried asparagus before and i beat betsy too, yipppeeee

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    1. You never tried asparagus??? I dont believe !

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  5. yum! I roast mine without the pastry.

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    1. OK Christine but the pastry was yumm LOL

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  6. Gloria!!! Don't post while I have the big kids over for dinner!!! lol...Now I"m 13th...oh the shame!!! hahahahaha....

    We do love asparagus...looks lovely, dear! :)

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    1. oh I dont remember the big kids go to dinner! OMY
      You read I said Brian? O said YOU are the champion, you are the champion (Im singing)
      xo

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  7. Gloria, Great recipe! I'm clipping this one for my wife's files... It will be great for one of our dinner or wine tasting parties! Love asparagus...and its healthy too! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Yes David I think for dinne ror parties is a nice idea, I love asparagus!

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  8. I always roast my asparagus these days...so yummy! But wrapping in puff pastry makes it even better!!! Beautiful dish, Gloria.

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    1. Well dear now I love roasted asparagus are delicious!
      thanks Lizzy!

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  9. Love the plate and each little piece of wrapped asparagus.

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    1. Of course I know you love White and blue china !:)
      I love asparagus!

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  10. What a creative idea to wrap the asparagus in puff pastry. Must be delicious!

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  11. Sounds delish, I could eat just this for dinner!

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  12. Hi Gloria,
    This is a great idea to enjoy asparagus! I never would have thought to wrap them in puff pastry! A super delicious idea!
    Thank you for linking to CYB!

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  13. I made something like this a couple years ago and it was actually quite good! Your sauce looks good too!

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  14. The pastry wrapped green asparagus look so delicious! I could finish the whole plate by myself.

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  15. Hi Gloria,

    These pastries look delicious. Nice to know they are also simple to bake :D

    Zoe

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  16. Gloria, this looks amazing!!! LOVE asparagus!!
    xo Kris

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  17. A wonderfl dish! Asparagus wrapped in pastry are just irresistible.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  18. That looks fast and easy. Wonderful.

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  19. easy to make and very tasty,thanks for sharing Gloria!

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  20. What a fantastic way to serve up asparagus, Gloria! I love asparagus...must try this!

    Toodles,
    Tammy<3

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  21. I love asparagus. This looks amazing Gloria!

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  22. Que original! me encanta la receta Gloria, seguro que están deliciosos con el hojaldre. Besos

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  23. Dear Gloria, An elegant way to serve asparagus and I love asparagus. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  24. Wow, those look really good. And I like the new header.

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    1. Thanks Silver I love the new header you knoe I love try differents headers:)

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  25. We love asperagus & this looks good! YUMMY! ;)

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  26. Me encantan los espárragos en hojaldre. Pero tengo que probarlos con esa crema de ricotta tan deliciosa.
    Un besote.

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  27. We love aspragus in PP..never had your sauce..Must try Gloria..!:)

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  28. This sounds really tasty. Great recipe to use asparagus with.

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  29. love these kind of healthy traets..luks great.
    http://www.mahaslovelyhome.com/2013/08/egg-less-peanut-butter-cup-cakes-cup.html

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  30. That looks so unique and delicious, I would love to try some if I may:)

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  31. I love asparagus! This is a great idea!

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  32. Such a great idea! These would make for such fun appetizers!

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    1. Thanks Joanne, yes I think like an appetizer is nice!

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  33. I adore puff pastry, Gloria! I usually stuff it with some tofu :)

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  34. I love asparagus! I can eat them in any form These wrapped ones are so elegant. Perfect for parties or any time appetizers.

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  35. Very stylish Gloria, and certainly delicious!!!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  36. I saw some asparagus a bit like this on Pinterest - it looks a great idea for a special treat :)

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    1. In pinterest ? what nice ! maybe I had this récipe from a Little book I have that I love, :)

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  37. I love asparagus! These look so yummy!!! Have a great weekend my friend. xoxoxo

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  38. Amiga! yo también soy loca por los espárragos, voy a tener que hacer esta receta, se ve súper rica. Ni hablar de los cheesecakes de abajo, están de muerte lenta!! besitos

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    1. Gracioas por visitarme, que gusto verte Pamela. esta receta ya la he hecho varias veces, nos encanta!

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  39. What a lovely way to prepare asparagus!

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  40. Very creative and sophisticated! These would be perfect to start a dinner party.

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  41. I usually use puff pastry for something sweets and never thought of wrapping asparagus with it. Brilliant idea! My kids will get extra serving of asparagus for sure! ;)

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    1. Thanks Nami I use puff pastry to sweet and savoy too!!

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  42. I love roasted asparagus. I've never tried putting puff pastry around it though - what a delicious idea, Gloria!

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  43. I LOVE asparagus! These pastry parcels look so pretty! YUM!!!

    I hope you don't mind, but I made a button that links to your blog for the sidebar on mine. I used an image of the raspberry cheesecakes from your last post. If you are not happy with it, let me know and I will change or remove it. Hope you had a good weekend. :)

    http://mumtoameezer.blogspot.com/ - (not sure if Blogger has updated the link yet!)

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  44. hey Jeanne would be wonderful I need a buttom:))

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    1. Cool! The button is in your email inbox! Also, if you would like to have a peep at my craft blog, the url is: http://workingaroundthecat.blogspot.com/
      there is only one post so far, but hopefully, there will be more soon! Thanks for the lovely comment on my other blog, you are a star! Mucho amor! :)

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  45. Looks oh so good! A must try! Thanks Gloria for a lovely recipe.

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  46. What a wonderful appetizer! Looks pretty too!

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  47. Asparagus is one of my favorite vegetables. These look so elegant. Blessings, Catherine xo

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