Asparagus Yogurt Sauce / Dressing

Asparagus Yogurt Sauce

8ish stalks of aspagaus
1 8oz fat free yogurt – to make this vegan just sub out for a non dairy!
Lemon Juice
Garlic
Salt
Pepper

Okay for some proportions… 6-10 shakes of your salt shaker, 3 full circles on your pepper grinder, half a scoop of a spoon ful of garlic and a teaspoonish or two of lemon juice : ) Put every one in the mixer and let er rip.

If you want this to be thicker I would go with half of a yogurt container. I was actually pretty surprised how thin this came out. I got the recipe idea from Everyday with Rachel Ray but she used walnuts (which I forgot to buy) and oil which I general stay away from. The flavor on this is absolutely awesome though. Great for fresh vegetables or maybe crackers or something.

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