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Other than using less-sodium soy sauce, made exactly as written. Just the right amount of sweet and savory.
Delicious and easy. I left out the salt.
Rather than roasting this, I stir fried it with a little oil. It came out pretty good!
This was really good. I love asparagus and this was a very unique way to make it. I think this would be great with an Asian flavored chicken dish...can't wait to try it again. Made this for Zaar Stars Tag.
I made this recipe exactly as written with no deviations. Wow! If you are looking for a new way to prepare your asparagus, I encourage you to try this recipe. I never expected the asparagus to taste so wonderful. I am not sure if it is the soy or the apricot preserves, but something or combination thereof, really brought out the natural flavor of the asparagus. I do not give many recipes 5 stars, but I have no hesitation is giving this recipe the full Monty.
I found asparagus very reasonable the other day and tried this recipe. I used the sugar free jam as did one of the other reviews. This brings asparagus to a new level! It's absolutely delicious! My hubby even tried it and he hates asparagus! Thanks Kitten for another fabulous recipe! This is a keeper!
Fantastic take on roasted asparagus. Very simple prep. My 82 year old father wanted the recipe and I think he can certainly prepare on his own - a bonus! Thank you so much Kitten!
Great vegetable recipe....I used sugar free jam and they turned out perfect...
I used this as a side-dish on Easter. Very quick and easy to make. Simple and fresh tasting. Perfect texture. Very nice compliment to ham. Healthy too. Thanks for sharing.
Instead of fresh asparagus I did used canned that I rinsed and patted dry. Didnt take quite 10 minutes to bake and the asparagus smelled awesome. I love soy sauce and apricot preserves and combined they are even better. Will be making this again with fresh asparagus too. Served with L. and T. Mom's Teriyaki Pork Chops.