YUM! This is one of my favorite recipes on this site. the first time i made it, i didn't think it went well with cheese ravioli, it was too rich. now i always make it with farfalle, and also add sundried tomatoes to the asparagus. as suggested by others, i cut down on the mustard amount. i first used 2 tbsps and thought that was scrumptious. then my sister suggested we use a little more, so i added 1/4 cup. i think i liked it that way better. i also have only used the grey pupon country dijon. it has mustard sseds in it and makes the sauce have a more visual texture. i also cut ethe asparagus in smaller pieces, 1" long perhaps and i add extra garlic. i also have experimented with substituting asiago cheese for the parmesan, yum!
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YUM! This is one of my favorite recipes on this site. the first time i made it, i didn't...