We LOVED this recipe. The snow peas are a lovely base - bright, crisp and healthy. The fish is prepared simply. The topping of almonds in butter is a stunning and most delicious finish. This is a recipe I would be proud to serve guests; and feel wonderful doing so because it's so healthy. Thank you for posting!
This is my all time favorite! I usually use regular frozen peas since I have them on hand. Make this recipe (with pea pods)for those you want to impress. Great recipe, Riverlivin'.
This is a great recipe for those of us who grow our own snow peas! I used chopped walnuts in place of the almonds, and tossed some extra parsley in with the butter and nut topping. Thanks for posting Riverlivin [Updated 7/6/12 to add photo that shows the almond topping]
WOW!!!! This was a show stopper dish and soo easy to make. Definitely restaurant quality. I did use some of my husbands "special" season all instead of salt and pepper. MMMMMMMMM
What a simple, elegant and delicious recipe! I made this as directed only steaming my snow peas in the micro and using toasted pine nuts instead of almonds (I was out of almonds). I served this with Rachael Ray's Rice Pilaf#305974 and Baked Tomato#56376. Definately and keeper. Made for Let's PARTY 2011 tag game.
Yum, this is such a nice light meal with a crunch.
Simplest and best tasting recipe for light fish fillets. We tried it with the tilapia, also with fresh salmon. This week we will try it with seabass. We also used sugar snap peas instead of pea pods. A yummy variation.