Grilled green asparagus

by | May,2018 | BBQ, Recipes, Side Dishes

Grilled green asparagus, not just a side dish.


What could be better in the asparagus season with this beautiful weather to make a BBQ, and in addition to a great meat also some asparagus from the grill. Grilled green asparagus works as a side dish, but also as an main course. We recently had a decent portion of it with the delicious herb pull apart bread with mozzarella for dinner and no steak missing.

Although life on the land has one or the other disadvantage, such as the lack of fast internet, but you get great asparagus almost directly from the field. The asparagus farmer of trust, has super fresh asparagus and you know what you get. No asparagus that has been on the road for days and maybe sprayed with pesticides on the field, the extra cost is worth it!

The first asparagus dish for this year is super easy. You just have to prepare a few things, off to the grill and that’s it. While the asparagus is grilling, you have time to put your legs up and enjoy a glass of wine. This is free time.


Grilled green asparagus

Zubereitungszeit 5 minutes
Kochzeit 10 minutes
Gesamtzeit 15 minutes
Portionen 2 Portions


  • 500 g green Asparagus
  • 1/2 Pcs. Organic lemon
  • 2 stalk Thyme
  • 2 clove Garlic
  • 2 Tbsp. Olive Oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper


  1. Wash the asparagus, drain and cut off the ends. Wash the lemon and thyme, halve the lemon and shake the thyme dry.

  2. Press the garlic cloves flat with a knife, rub off the shell of one lemon half and then cut the half into slices.

  3. Preheat the grill and place the asparagus, garlic, slices of lemon and thyme on it. Spread approximately 2 tablespoons of the olive oil over it and then grill the asparagus with not too much heat.

  4. Just before the end, add the remaining olive oil and the lemon zest and season with salt and pepper.


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