Quickly wash the asparagus and cut away the harder lower portion. Cut them into easy-to-use lengths.
Place them in a microwaveable container and heat them up for 1 minute 30 seconds.
Place the asparagus in a plastic bag so they lay one next to the other and freeze them! If you don't remove the air from the bag, you can keep the asparagus from sticking together. Just give it a shake once frozen.
You could try finely chopping the asparagus and freezing it as well. This makes it very easy to use in many dishes.
I've also added a recipe for how to freeze-store broccoli. Recipe ID: 1625316.
Story Behind this Recipe
I always use this method to preserve asparagus.
This method makes the asparagus nice and firm, just as it is when prepared normally. The heating time here is just an estimate Please adjust it according to the thickness of your asparagus! If you don't pile the asparagus on top of each other or let the air out of the bag, you can freeze them without them sticking together. You can use this asparagus in a range of recipes if you finely chop it before freezing.