When it comes to puff pastry, which is always considered an appetiser but also a perfect aperitif (although I would also enjoy it at breakfast), they are the only ones who can’t fail to appear on my table: a bunch of sparkling asparagus enclosed in a bundle of crisp puff pastry to form an enchanting spiral with an enveloping aroma. If you haven’t already guessed, I love puff pastry.
There are a million recipes you can make with it, think vol-au-vents, delicious jam cakes, not to mention pies! In any case, the pastry should be coloured with egg yolk, but not on the edges, so as not to prevent it from puffing up!Asparagus, on the other hand, is a very healthy, high-quality and delicious vegetable.
There are many recipes that can be prepared with asparagus, the simplest but equally delicious of which is to serve your asparagus first boiled and then au gratin in the oven with a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese.