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Cheesy Grilled Asparagus In Foil

This Cheesy Grilled Asparagus In Foil is the perfect side dish to grill up alongside dinner. We grill dinner at least once a week year-round. This is one of my favorite ways to prepare asparagus; we are lucky to get it fresh at our farm stand and the local farmer’s markets!

Cheesy Grilled Asparagus on tin foil cooked

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Asparagus is one of the vegetables the kids will eat regularly, but I can get tired of the old grilled bacon-wrapped asparagus or asparagus with bacon on the stovetop. The first time the old lady did this in the oven, I thought I could do that: don’t the grill!

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I made this on my Monument Grils 35633. I shared my full Monument Grill review before (you can see it -> here), but the window is still my favorite part of the grill! You can order one from Monument Grills, Amazon, Wayfair, or Home Depot!

Cheesy Grilled Asparagus ingredients

Asparagus– Using fresh Asparagus is best for this recipe. Grab from the grocery store or a farm stand. Canned or frozen asparagus will not work well for this recipe; it will turn out mushy.

Parmesan Cheese– Freshly grated parmesan cheese will work best since it will melt. The Kraft Parmesan cheese will not melt well over the asparagus.

Olive Oil– You can use Garlic Olive Oil; you won’t need much.

Garlic Salt– Regular or sea salt can be used instead of garlic salt.

Black Pepper

how to grill asparagus in foil

First, you will need to trim your asparagus.  I have found the easiest way to do this is to snap the asparagus where it gives; I typically do this by bending both ends to find its break point. This gets rid of the woody steam at the end of the stalk.

You can use a cutting board and knife and pick a point to cut at; either method of timing asparagus works.

trimmed asparagus next to tin foil in a strainer

Rinse the asparagus off and allow it to dry. I allow it to drip dry in an over-the-sink strainer. Washing the asparagus removes dirt on the stalk of the asparagus and the feathery part.

Fire up your grill to a medium-low heat. I did this heat while making Grilled Salmon with the asparagus; I didn’t want to cook hot.

Lay out tin foil to make a foil packet for the asparagus. You can use a grilling mat if you don’t want to use tinfoil.

Spray the tin oil or grilling mat with a nonstick spray or rub with some oil.

Trimmed asparagus on Tin Foil

Spread your asparagus out on the tin foil.  You will not want them bunched up right on each other for roasting. You may need to make more than one foil packet.

Drizzle some olive oil over the top of the asparagus.

Sprinkle to taste with garlic, salt, and pepper onto the asparagus.

Make a foil packet to seal in the asparagus. I did leave a bit of a vent, but the packet will allow the asparagus to steam.

Tinfoil packets on a glasstop stove with trimmed asparagus in them

Place the packet on the upper rack and cook for 10 minutes.

Grilled Asparagus foil packets grilling with salmon on a Monument Grills gas grill

Remove the packet and open it carefully with tongs or oven gloves.

Parmesan cheese sprinkled on grilled Asparagus in tin foil packet before melting

Sprinkle with cheese and reseal. Put it back on the grill or let it melt off the grill if your foil is hot enough and the asparagus is done.

Remove and serve!

How Long to Grill Asparagus

Your asparagus will only need 5 to 7 minutes on a higher heat.

Since I was doing a lower heat, I did 10 minutes before removing it. I knew it would have the heat of the pack to keep cooking in the heat as it cooled.

If using a grilling mat, I would grill for 10 minutes, add the cheese, and then leave it on the grill for another 5 minutes to allow it to melt the cheese.

Cheesy Grilled Asparagus on tin foil cooked

How To Store Grilled Asparagus

Allow the leftover oven-baked asparagus to cool properly, then move it into an airtight container or bag. Store in the fridge for up to three days.

How To Reheat Leftover Cheesy Grilled Asparagus

The easiest way to reheat leftover asparagus is in the microwave or an air fryer. If you want, you can heat the oven to 400 degrees and reheat it that way. Either way, I recommend a smidge more cheese to melt; trust me, it will be tasty.

White rice with grilled salmon served with cheesy grilled asparagus on a white plate

What To Serve With Grilled Asparagus

Bread: Cheesy Garlic Pull Apart BreadGarlic Parmesan Bisucti Pull Part BreadEnglish Muffin Garlic Cheese BreadEasy Cheesy Monkey Bread

Grilled Main Dish: Grilled Bratwurst, Grilled Burgers, Grilled Cod In Foil, Grilled Tilapia In Foil, Garlic Butter Shrimp Kabobs, Grilled Cedar Plan Salmon, Coca-Cola Chicken Legs,Grilled Korean Chicken, Salmon Basket Grilled, Salmon Grilled In oil, Grilled Chicken Thighs, Grilled Pork Steaks

Smoked Main Dishes: Smoked Cornish Game Hens, Spicy Smoked Chicken Wings, Sweet Smoked Coca-Cola Chicken, Chicken Breasts Smoked, Smoked Coca Cola Chicken Wings, Coca-Cola Brined Cornish Game Hens Smoked, Smoked Brisket With Brown Sugar Rub

Sides: Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms, Smoked Baked Potatoes, Cesar Salad, Air Fryer Roasted Potatoes, Classic Smoked Green Bean Casserole, Roasted Broccoli, Grilled Loaded Twice Baked Potatoes, Grilled Corn On The Cob,

Cheesy Grilled asparagus on a white plate served with grilled salmon and white rice

Amazing Grilling Recipes to Check out

Using your grill to make dinner is perfect for any weeknight dinner or weekend cookout! Easy Grilling Recipes are my go-to; some of my family’s favorites are below. (see my collection -> here)

Cheesy Grilled Asparagus on tin foil cooked

Cheesy Grilled Apasaragus Foil Packet

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Cheesy Grilled Asparagus, foil Packet recipe, is perfect for an easy weeknight grilled dinner! Pair this with grilled steak, chicken, fish, seafood, or pork! With little prep, throwing on the grill and cooking up is easy! Clean-up is a breeze using the foil!
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Course Side Dish
Cuisine American
Servings 4 Servings
Calories 55 kcal

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Trim the asparagus and rinse it so it can drip dry.
  • Turn on your grill to medium-low heat and prepare your foil.
  • Lay out tin foil to make a foil packet for the asparagus.
  • Spray your foil with a nonstick spray and lay out your dried asparagus.
  • Drizzle with olive oil and season with garlic salt, and pepper.
  • Fold up and put on the top rack of the grill.
  • After ten minutes, open the packets and sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
  • Remove and allow the cheese to cool, or keep cooking for 5 to 10 minutes until the cheese has melted.
  • Remove and serve!

Nutrition

Calories: 55kcalCarbohydrates: 5gProtein: 5gFat: 2gSaturated Fat: 1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 6mgSodium: 136mgPotassium: 237mgFiber: 2gSugar: 2gVitamin A: 922IUVitamin C: 6mgCalcium: 126mgIron: 2mg
Keyword Cheesy Grilled Asparagus Foil Packet
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Cheesy Grilled Asparagus is the perfect side dish to grill up for an easy weeknight dinner. This also pairs with smoked dinners.

Cheesy Grilled Asparagus In Foil

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