Grilled Asparagus


the right amount of asparagus

the right amount of olive oil

the right amount of garlic


1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.

2. Peel the asparagus and wash.

3. Drizzle some olive oil and garlic into the plate.

4 Bake for 5-7 minutes.

Four benefits of eating asparagus:

1. The king of anti-cancer

Asparagus is rich in selenium, which prevents the division and growth of cancer cells. It even reverses the cancer cells, stimulates the immune function of the body, promotes the formation of antibodies, and improves the resistance to cancer.

And the strengthening effect of folic acid and nucleic acid contained in it can effectively control the growth of cancer cells. Asparagus has a special effect on bladder cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer, etc., and has a certain effect on almost all cancers.

2. Good for health

For people who are prone to get angry and suffer from high blood pressure, asparagus can clear away heat and diuresis, and eating more has many benefits.

3. Promote fetal brain development

For pregnant women, asparagus contains more folic acid, and regular consumption of asparagus can help fetal brain development.

4. Food and medicine

a. Can eliminate fatigue.

b. To lower blood pressure.

c. Improve cardiovascular function.

d. Improve the body's metabolic capacity.

e. Improve immunity.

Nutritional value:

1. The protein composition of asparagus has various amino acids necessary for the human body, and the content ratio meets the needs of the human body.

2. It contains more trace elements such as selenium, molybdenum, magnesium, manganese, etc. It can regulate the body's metabolism and improve the body's immunity.

3. It contains a large amount of non-protein nitrogenous substances mainly composed of asparagine and aspartic acid.

4. Asparagus is rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, and zinc. One serving of asparagus provides 67 percent of your daily value for folic acid.


1. Asparagus contains a small amount of purine, so gout patients should not eat more.

2. Because the purine content of asparagus in vegetables is relatively high, it will aggravate the metabolic disorder of uric acid, and it is not suitable for people with gout and abnormal uric acid metabolism.

3. Asparagus can be given to the baby after 8 months. If the baby has any digestive problems, then it is better to feed the baby asparagus later.

Other ways to make asparagus:

1. Mushroom Asparagus




yellow bell peppers





1. Cut the asparagus into sections, slice the shiitake mushrooms, and shred the yellow bell pepper.

2. Add oil and salt to the boiling water, and blanch the asparagus.

3. Put oil in the frying pan, and add dried red pepper, ginger, and minced garlic to the pan.

4. Add sliced shiitake mushrooms and yellow pepper and stir fry.

5. Pour in a little light soy sauce, add some salt to taste.

2. Sauteed Asparagus in Olive Oil



minced garlic


olive oil



1. Wash asparagus and cut it obliquely.

2. Bring the water to a boil, blanch the asparagus until it turns green, and remove it.

3. Heat the olive oil in the pan, and stir-fry the garlic.

4. Pour in the blanched asparagus.