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Very nice side dish to Indian Grilled Sour Cream–marinated Shrimp. Next time I will add even more mint. Used seasoning salt in place of regular salt which tasted nice. Cooked exactly 5 minutes to perfection, and mine were medium sized.
The mint added a special touch to the sugar snap peas. Great addition. I used 3 tablespoons of water. Made for ZWT 3
I could not find fresh snap peas so I attempted these with the frozen variety. Though this substitution often works, it did not do so in this case. Placing this as warning to others and promise to try with fresh soon.
Wanted to pick up some fresh snap peas at the farmer's market but they didn't have any but I was able to find some at the supermarket. Not as fresh, but okay. I added about 1 tsp oil in a non-stick skillet along with the scallions, water and peas and these cooked perfectly in about 4 minutes. With fresh mint they were quite tasty, thanks!
I added lots of mint a loved these.. easy, fresh tasting sugar snaps with oodles of flavour. Once I'd finely chopped the mint these were in the pan for 3 minutes and so it is the perfect quick and easy side dish recipe for your next buffet dinner with family/friends. I did a whole small packet for DH and I and we inhaled them. Please see my rating system: an excellent 5 stars! Thanks NoraMarie:)
Tonights theme was quick, easy and delicious and I am happy to say this fit in well!!! Thank you Nora, I loved the fresh mint in these peas!!!!
Delicious! So easy and quick to make, too. We enjoyed the fresh mint with it. This is going in my favorite sides cookbook.
Very quick, easy and delicious. Made this just as posted and served it with Salmon Loaf with Cucumber Sauce Salmon Loaf With Cucumber Sauce and Couscous with Ginger, Orange, Almond & Herbs Couscous With Ginger, Orange, Almond & Herbs. Something I am sure to make again.