Asparagus Christmas Tree
At our yearly Christmas party we always have “naughty” and “nice” food tables. But just because something is healthy, doesn’t mean it’s not delicious! Guests loved my asparagus Christmas tree, which was easy and incredibly tasty. I got the idea from a woman’s magazine, but their version was a bit bland, so I truly made it rock — my way!
Stir fry, in olive oil, a bunch of asparagus, along with diced red peppers, shallots, and lemon pepper to taste. Cook to your liking. (I did it about 5.5 minutes, so it’s still crunchy).
Add white balsamic vinegar and chill.
One hour later, arrange asparagus and peppers to resemble tree.
(Suitable for most diets/lifestyles).
Maryanne Christiano Mistretta is an award winning journalist and has written for several health publications and had her own health column “Here’s to Your Health.” She’s available for Healthy Foodie Library Lectures. Contact at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is one of the best and healthiest!!
Also, I forgot to ask, what do types of food do you put on each table?
Hi! The “Naughty” table would be sugary treats like cupcakes and pastries, chips, dips, etc. The “Nice” table would be health foods like hummus, a variety of salads, vegetable dishes, eggplant, etc. It changes every year. And we get food catered too for both categories.