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Spring Vegetable Bundles

Spring Vegetable Bundles

"You can assemble these bundles from our Test Kitchen before guests arrive, then cook them in mere minutes. To keep them warm while serving, place the serving platter or a heating tray."
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20 m servings
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Original recipe yields 12 servings

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  1. Trim both ends of onions; cut the green tops into 7-in. lengths. In a saucepan, bring water to a boil. Add onion tops; boil for 1 minute or until softened. Drain and immediately place onion tops in ice water. Drain and pat dry. Chop white portions of onions and set aside.
  2. Divide asparagus, peppers and carrots into 12 bundles. Top each with a thyme sprig. Tie each bundle with a blanched onion top.
  3. In a large skillet, place wine or both, chopped onions and vegetable bundles. Bring to a boil. Cook, uncovered, for 5-7 minutes or until vegetables are tender and liquid is reduced by two-thirds. Carefully remove bundles with a slotted spoon to a serving plate. Add butter to skillet, cook and stir until melted. Spoon over bundles.

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These were a LOT of work, but very worth the effort! I got rave reviews from my dinner guests, and it was very convenient that they can be assembled early in the day and then the cooking is very...

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Being that my husband and I are not drinkers, even though the wine was cooked down, it gave the veggies especially the Asparagus a more bitter flavor. This was not enjoyed in our home.

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These were a LOT of work, but very worth the effort! I got rave reviews from my dinner guests, and it was very convenient that they can be assembled early in the day and then the cooking is very...

I served these for Easter and they were a huge hit! After reading the other reviews, I thought these would be more difficult to put together, but honestly they were not that bad. The fact that...

Everyone loved these at Easter. Some fell apart, so next time I will tie them up, then insert a slender vegetable (carrot or string bean) to make the bundle snug.

EASTER HIT! This one gets 5 stars on technique alone! The boiled & cooled green onion tops were the perfect ties. Steaming in a skillet was very easy & kept my oven free for the rest of the m...

I loved these little vegetable bundles. I made them for easter last year. They were so pretty and full of great flavor. I used chicken stock instead of white wine. I also added some spices a...

I have to admit I was a little intimidated to make these, but it worked perfectly and my family enjoyed them for Easter. It's much easier to assemble than you think, and I have to admit that th...

This was a beautiful presentation of vegetables. The green onions were a bit hard to work with. Make sure you get the longest stems you can find.

Being that my husband and I are not drinkers, even though the wine was cooked down, it gave the veggies especially the Asparagus a more bitter flavor. This was not enjoyed in our home.

Amazing and beautiful on the plate. They are a lot of work and a little difficult to assemble but tasted great. My dinner guest was very impressed. Will make again.

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