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Asparagus and Herb Pashtida
A pashtida is an Israeli savory quiche-like casserole, usually crustless and often filled with a mixture of vegetables and cheese, sometimes meat. Pencil-sized asparagus works best, but if only fatter spears are available, cut them in half lengthwise so they cook quickly and have good distribution in the baking dish. Serve the pashtida warm or at room temperature with a leafy salad for a light but complete meal.
tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, plus more to serve
pound asparagus (see headnote), trimmed