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Asparagus Romesco Blanco

Asparagus Romesco Blanco has burnish broiled asparagus served with light, almond romesco sauce.

The Sauce: Romesco Blanco – Made with the traditional almonds and day old bread, it’s a textured sauce with salsa verde, mint and piquant vinegar.

‘Great Sauces Transform Good Food into Gourmet’ 

Boiling to broiling

Change is good, right? So up until a few years ago I boiled asparagus into mushy, wimpy vegetables. This takes a lot of courage to admit. Thankfully I switched my cooking method of choice to pan sear or wok cook. Love those little seared edges and tending close enough to stop cooking at crisp tender. And I’ve been pretty happy about it, until now. Have you tried broiling asparagus? All you do is toss in a bit of olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Broil for say, 7-10 minutes until a bit burnished. It’s nice because there’s no tending, stirring or throwing and it creates caramelization outside and crisp-tender inside.

About Romesco, it’s a Spanish sauce from the Catalonia region made with the traditional almonds and bread. It usually has a red textured consistency with red peppers and tomatoes. This version includes the traditionals but nothing red hence the name, blanco. It’s bright, textured and has richness without any of the heaviness of Hollandaise sauce. The salsa verde and mint complements the quick broiled asparagus. Serve as a side or over a generous scoop of brown rice.

You may also enjoy Dukkah Carrots, Asian Asparagus with Chicken, Roasted Carnival Squash, Roasted Maple Carrots and Company Corn with Bacon.

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Recipe: Asparagus Romesco Blanco

Active Time: 8 Minutes | Total Time: 15 Minutes | Yield: 4 Servings

Romesco Sauce1 Tbsp sliced or slivered almonds
24 fat asparagus spears, woody ends removed
1 Tbsp plus 1 tsp olive oil, divided
2 Tbsp salsa verde
1/2 small slice bread, torn in pieces
2 large mint leaves
1 tsp cider vinegar
2 tsp water

Special Equipment – small skillet, small baking sheet, blender or food processor

1 Preheat broiler on high.

2 Place almonds in a small skillet on medium high heat and cook until the edges turn golden shaking frequently. Don’t walk away as this just takes a few minutes and can burn quickly. Pour on a plate to cool.

Asparagus3 Line the asparagus stems on a small baking sheet and drizzle with 1 tablespoon olive oil. Toss to coat then season with salt. Broil until almost tender and slightly burnished, about 6-10 minutes.

Asparagus Romesco4 Meanwhile make the Romesco Blanco by placing the remaining 1 teaspoon olive oil, salsa verde, bread, mint leaves, cider vinegar and water in a blender or small food processor. Process until almost smooth. Add a little extra water as needed if too thick. Season with salt to taste. Serve asparagus with sauce on the side.

This cooking method works best with large stemmed asparagus. If it’s too thin it can burn easily.

Don’t let the almonds cook in the skillet because the residual heat will cause them to over brown.

Use day old bread.

Salsa Verde is made with tomatillos.

For a vegetarian meal, serve Asparagus Romesco Blanco on a generous serving of brown rice.

You can also try traditional red Romesco Sauce on Asparagus.

Dish Designer

  • Exchange salsa verde for tomato based salsa.

InspirationEat Your Vegetables by Joe Yonan
Cook with Sauces
Asparagus Romesco Blanco
Written by
Recipe Tester for The Washington Post
Photography and Styling by Helen Horton
Updated: May 17, 2014

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Romesco Sauce

Romesco Sauce is from Catalonia, Spain and made from dried red peppers, tomatoes, garlic and it’s characteristic ingredients, almonds and bread.

The Sauce: Romesco Sauce – Traditional sauce made with almonds and golden bread with red peppers, tomatoes and served with roasted vegetables and grilled fish.

‘Great Sauces Transform Good Food into Gourmet’ 

Romance your vegetables

Romesco sounds romantic. A creation from the Catalonia region of Spain, its formula generally includes almonds and bread. Almonds are pan tossed and toasted to enhance their nutty flavor, plus they lend texture to the sauce.

It’s the special treatment of bread in this recipe that creates an added layer of flavor. Most Romesco’s are made with stale bread pulverized into the sauce for body. Here, bread slices are pan fried to a crisp, golden brown in extra virgin olive oil. Look, you’re going to add the Roasted Potatoes with Romescoolive oil to the sauce anyway, why not use it to increase the flavor and complexity. It’s another step but, no worries, we reuse the same saucepan for all four steps: almonds, peppers, bread and tomatoes.

If you’re new to Romesco Sauce you might be wondering, why add another sauce to your repertoire? Grilled or wok cooked vegetables like green beans, asparagus are extra dressy and beautiful with Romesco. The rustic, complex flavors are especially good on roasted red potatoes. And don’t overlook it on oven roasted French Fries. It’s also lovely on grilled fish.

You may also enjoy Roasted Rosemary Reds, Oven Baked French Fries, Salt and Vinegar Oven Fries, Asparagus Romesco Blanco, and Roasted Radishes.

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Recipe: Romesco Sauce

Active Time: 20 Minutes | Total Time: 20 Minutes | Yield: 2 Cups

Peppers and Tomato1/4 cup slivered or sliced almonds
1 1/2 cups water
3/4 cup red wine vinegar
1 dried dried Hatch large red chili pepper, snipped in small pieces
1/2 dried red chili pepper, snipped in small pieces
3/4 cup olive oil, divided
2 slices crusty artisan bread, 1/2-inch thick
1 large tomato, peeled and chopped
2 cloves minced garlic

Special Equipment – medium skillet, large plate, blender or food processor

Peppers1 Place almonds into a medium skillet on medium high heat and cook until the edges turn golden shaking frequently, 2-3 minutes. Don’t walk away as this can burn quickly. Pour on a large plate to cool.

2 Place water, red wine vinegar and peppers in the same skillet. Bring to boil, then simmer for 5 minutes. Remove peppers with slotted spoon to the plate with almonds, leaving behind liquid and seeds.

Plate of Ingredients3 Dry off the skillet with a paper towel, then heat 1/4 cup olive oil to medium high heat. Brown the bread until golden on both sides, about 1 minute per side. Remove to the large plate.

4 In the same oil sauté the tomato for 3 minutes on medium heat.

Romesco Sauce5 Place almonds, peppers, tomatoes with oil, garlic and remaining 1/2 cup of olive oil in a blender or food processor. Break bread in small pieces dropping into the blender. Pulse until almost smooth. Season with salt to taste.

To peel a fresh tomato, fill a small saucepan with water and bring to boil while the peppers are cooking. Make a cross hatch in the bottom of the tomato. Submerge the tomato in the boiling water and blanch for 30-45 seconds. Remove with a slotted spoon and the skin will peel off easily.

Make this sauce while potatoes are roasting. To make roasted red potatoes with crispy outsides and tender insides, click here for the recipe. Omit the rosemary and garlic. Serve with Romesco Sauce.

Serve on grilled tuna, roasted potatoes, green beans or asparagus.

In Catalonia, Spain Calcots, a spring onion similar to scallions, are roasted until the outer layer is charred, then peeled away. The tender onions are dipped in fresh Romesco Sauce.

Dish Designer

  • Exchange Hatch for large dried ancho, pasilla or Anaheim peppers.
  • Exchange artisan bread for french or Italian.
  • Exchange a fresh tomato for a canned tomato, especially when tomatoes aren’t in season. In this case there is no need to sauté it.

Inspiration – Penelope Casas
Cook with Sauces
Romesco Sauce
Written by
Recipe Tester for The Washington Post
Photography and Styling by Helen Horton
Updated: May 1, 2014

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