These tasty asparagus and broccoli recipes make preparing a healthy dinner a breeze.
Enjoy the delicious flavors of these two superfoods in an array of easy-to-make dishes.
Whether you’re short on time or just looking for a tasty new way to enjoy these vegetables, you’ll find something here to satisfy your dinner cravings.
With these 20 recipes, you can quickly and easily make nutritious meals that will please the whole family.
This simple side dish is my go-to when I’m looking for something flavorful and easy to make.
Saute the broccoli and asparagus together with some butter, olive oil, salt, and pepper until it’s crisp-tender (not soft).
Top with freshly grated Parmesan cheese and you’re done!
It’s a great way to brighten up your plate or add a touch of gourmet flavor to any family dinner.
—Aaron Wilson, Little Rock, Arkansas
This delicious side dish is so easy to make and very flavourful.
It’s a great way to add some zesty flavors to your dinner.
Start by preheating the oven, then cut the asparagus and broccoli florets into uniform sizes, sprinkle them with lemon pepper, and drizzle with olive oil before you roast them in the oven until they just begin to crisp.
Finish it off with some freshly squeezed lemon juice for an extra hint of citrusy tang!
—Michael Jones, Austin, Texas
My family loves stir-frying, and this chicken and vegetable dish is one of our favorites!
It’s a no-fail recipe that’s quick, healthy, and full of flavor.
The combination of garlic, ginger, honey, and soy sauce creates a savory medley that everyone in my household can’t get enough of.
Plus, you can customize it to your liking – add extra veggies or swap out the protein for tofu.
—Clara Dabney, Boise City, Idaho
This fusilli pasta recipe is easy, tasty, and healthy.
It’s also a great vegan option with the cheese omitted!
With crunchy vegetables and a hint of chili flakes for a kick, you’ll want to make this many times over – plus it comes together in no time at all.
Drizzle with olive oil before serving for an added flavor boost.
—David Fletcher, Portland, Oregon
The key to making amazing roasted vegetables lies in the wonderful combination of herbs, spices, and balsamic vinegar.
This dish is so easy and simple to make.
The seasonings alone will take your taste buds on an adventure.
Cut up all the vegetables evenly and toss them with olive oil, salt, garlic powder, thyme, basil, and parsley before baking them in the oven until golden brown.
Add a tablespoon of balsamic vinegar when they’re done and you have yourself a fantastic side dish!
—Maria Torres, San Antonio, Texas
I’m always looking for new salads to make, so this one caught my eye.
Not only is it delicious and easy to prepare, but the combination of flavors turned out surprisingly good.
The fresh asparagus and lemon zest add a nice brightness that’s balanced by the tangy onions, sweet radishes, and Parmesan cheese.
Toasted almonds provide crunch with every bite! Perfect for lunch or dinner – give it a try!
—Bethany Stewart, Tempe, Arizona
For your next spring dinner, try out this simple and delicious orzo dish!
It’s a hearty blend of pasta, vegetables, butter, and Parmesan cheese – that’s it.
From start to finish it takes less than 30 minutes to make this meal.
Serve with some lemon wedges on the side for extra zestiness.
Get ready to impress your family and friends with this flavor-packed dish.
—Gina Wilson, Austin, Texas
This light, yet flavorful dish is perfect for summertime meals.
Asparagus and broccoli florets are roasted in the oven with garlic, honey, and olive oil until just crisp tender.
Topping it off with a lemon spritz, almonds, goat cheese, and nutmeg makes this side dish the star of your table!
Have extra guests?
Double up on ingredients – it’s sure to be a hit In no time at all.
—Abby Smith, Peoria, Arizona
I love this recipe because it always fills the house with a delicious aroma that never fails to make my mouth water.
The lemon in this dish adds the perfect zing to the garlic and buttery sautéed vegetables.
This is a flavorful and simple meal that’s sure to please your family or dinner guests.
Make sure you have some crusty bread on hand for sopping up every last bit of garlicky sauce!
—Paula Knox, Miami, Florida
This dish is the perfect balance of full-flavor, health, and convenience.
Roasted fennel, asparagus, and broccoli are combined with sticky coconut rice and a savory satay dressing.
The combination of textures and flavors makes it comfort food at its finest.
So next time you’re looking for something nutritious, tasty, and easy to prepare – this is what you want!
—Matthew Kirkwood, Austin, Texas
This delectable vegetable side dish will have your taste buds dancing.
Preparing it on parchment paper is a great way to keep the vegetables’ natural flavor and nutrients intact — no extra oil or seasoning is needed!
It’s an easy, delicious way to add nutrition to your meal without sacrificing taste.
Get ready for some garden freshness that’ll make you smile!
—Mark Harper, Caledonia, Michigan
This veggie-filled dish is a staple at our dinner table.
My family loves the combination of sweet potatoes, onions, and vegetables.
Roasting them with olive oil, salt, and pepper brings out a delicious flavor that will get everyone coming back for seconds (or even thirds).
Plus, it’s incredibly easy to make — all you have to do is cut up the ingredients, toss them in a bowl together, spread them over one or two pans, and bake until golden brown.
—Amanda Brown, Ann Arbor, Michigan
When you’re looking for a healthy snack that pleases everyone in the family, look no further than this one!
It’s easy to make and all of my kids love it.
Our favorite way to enjoy it is by dipping apples into the yummy creamy peanut butter greek yogurt dip – so delicious!
And since it’s loaded with protein from the yogurt and peanut butter, we can indulge guilt-free.
—John Dees, Aiken, South Carolina
This salad is the perfect combination of fresh, zingy, and savory flavors!
It’s packed full of nutrition, with quinoa for protein, asparagus for some crunchiness, and a bit of added flavor from the capers.
Topped off with mint and lemon juice, it’s an irresistible concoction that will have you wanting to eat it every day.
Plus, it makes a great side dish or can be enjoyed on its own – living life deliciously!
—Catherine Howard, Chicago, Illinois
This creamy Parmesan broccoli asparagus soup is perfect for cold winter nights!
The fresh, cooked veggies and chicken/vegetable broth provide a subtle flavor that’s extraordinary.
Prepare this dish with a few simple ingredients – you may even have some of these items lying around the house already.
You can also save leftovers from other meals to add more heartiness to your soup.
—Diana Lopez, Dallas, Texas
This truffle, broccoli, and asparagus puree makes a delicious side dish that is both satisfying and light.
The combination of the earthy flavors of truffle oil with the sweetness of broccoli and asparagus creates a wonderful flavor balance that you’ll have to taste to believe.
Plus, it’s so easy to make – simply simmer in salted water until tender then top off with your favorite truffle oil.
—John Summers, Houston, Texas
This veggie-packed gratin is one of my favorite dishes – it’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser!
Not only does it look impressive, but the combination of asparagus, broccoli, and ham with a hint of lemon makes for an incredibly delicious dish.
Start by making some crunchy pine nut croutons to add texture and sweetness – they take no time at all.
Serve with a cool glass of white wine, and you’re good to go.
—Elizabeth Harrison, Portland, Oregon
This simple yet delicious salad is a family favorite.
The broccoli and asparagus are roasted to perfection, then mixed with crisp lettuce and a light balsamic vinaigrette.
Sprinkle on grated parmesan cheese for extra flavor and crunch.
This scrumptious dish will make any meal special – perfect for when you want to surprise your guests!
—Dana Caruso, Austin, Texas
This beefy broccoli and asparagus salad is a favorite in my household.
It’s easy to put together, but it packs a big flavor punch thanks to the combination of soy sauce, sesame oil, and ginger!
Feel free to adjust the quantity of each ingredient according to your taste preference.
You can also use any cut of steak you like – I usually opt for top sirloin.
Serve with some fresh ciabatta rolls or garlic bread on the side — perfect for enjoying al fresco on warm summer evenings!
—Bob Simmons, Santa Fe, New Mexico
When I’m on the hunt for a delicious and healthy dish, this asparagus, broccoli, and mushroom omelette is at the top of my list.
It’s packed with veggies and only takes minutes to whip up – making it an ideal choice for busy weeknights or lazy weekend mornings.
A slice of crispy toast topped with grapefruit halves makes a perfect accompaniment.
—William Thompson, Nashville, Tennessee
20 Ways To Cook With Asparagus and Broccoli
- Sauteed Broccoli and Asparagus with Parmesan
- Lemon-Roasted Broccoli and Asparagus
- Chicken, Broccoli, and Asparagus Stir Fry
- Fusilli Pasta with Asparagus and Broccoli
- Balsamic Roasted Spring Vegetables
- Asparagus Broccoli Salad
- Spring Orzo Primavera with Asparagus, Broccoli, and Tomatoes
- Lemon Spritz Asparagus & Broccoli
- LEMON GARLIC PASTA WITH BROCCOLI AND ASPARAGUS
- Roast asparagus, fennel & broccoli with sticky coconut rice
- Broccoli, Asparagus, and Snap Peas in Parchment
- Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Onions, Broccoli and Asparagus
- Asparagus and Sprouting Broccoli with Peanuts and Black Sesame Salt
- Quinoa broccoli asparagus salad
- CREAMY PARMESAN BROCCOLI ASPARAGUS SOUP
- Truffle, Broccoli & Asparagus Puree
- Asparagus Broccoli Gratin
- Roasted Broccoli and Asparagus Salad
- Beefy Broccoli Asparagus Salad
- Asparagus, Broccoli, and Mushroom Omelette
- Pick your favorite recipe from this list to serve for dinner tonight.
- Prepare all of the required ingredients.
- Cook your meal in 25 minutes or less!