Asparagus fried in bread

Easy to prepare but with a fantastic result. The bread is wafer thin and produces a tasty and ultra-crispy texture.

Makes 1kg.

Asparagus fried in bread

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classic cooked asparagus, still slightly firm



frozen, pre-baked baguettes

 As needed:


 butter, clarified

Preparation method

  • Cut the cooked asparagus about 5cm below the tip.
  • Take a frozen baguette and cut it to form a neat rectangular shape.
  • Now cut the baguette, still frozen, into wafer thin slices using a food cutter or Japanese mandolin.
  • Wrap these slices around the asparagus.
  • Gently fry them in clarified butter.
  • Sprinkle with salt and process immediately.

Serving suggestions

  • Serve as part of a vegetable dish, e.g. with a Hollandaise sauce or warm mayonnaise.
  • Can be served in combination with courgette, legume, carrot, spinach, or potato components.
  • Can be served with salmon, scallop, lobster, langoustine, crab, sea bass, or prawn components.
  • Can be served with lamb, chicken, or veal components. 

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