This simple yet decadent dish is easy enough to make on a weeknight but special enough (and easily doubled) for a weekend dinner party. Look for mascarpone, an Italian-style cream cheese, in the cheese section of most supermarkets.
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This was wonderful. I made a half recipe and split it between two small oval casserole dishes - cute presentation and still delicious. This would be a fantastic entertaining / holiday recipe as you can prepare virtually everything ahead and the cooking time is minimal. I will make this again and again.
This is an unbeatable recipe! I've made it 3 times, and the first 2 the asparagus was too thick to broil, so I oven-roasted it first, then added the toppings and broiled it. I've used whipped cream cheese in a pinch, and it worked well too. I've used both onions and shallots. Last night I left them out completely, as everything else was highly flavored, and it was still great tasting! I doubled the recipe for 6, and we ate everything!
Tried this recipe at Easter & doubled it. It was gone before everyone got to try it! A new favorite in this family, will make it often!
Outrageously easy! Outrageously tasty! Shallot for sure.
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