Great recipe: only change was I used 1/2 tablespoon olive oil and it was still a little too oily; will try maybe 1 tsp next time. The chives were a nice touch. Great way to eat that big bag of Costco sugar snaps!
Soo yummy and easy. Our garden produces tons of sugar snap peas for a short amount of time. We eat more of them in one sitting with this recipe than any other. Seriously, two of us can eat that whole pound of peas.
I combined this recipe with another on this site. Roasted the peas per this recipe and then proceeded to follow the tangy sugar snap recipe. What a great combination although I think the roasted peas would've been great on their own.
Really good and easy. I used olive oil spray instead.
These were simply outstanding! I've already made them several times. We love the simplicity and the freshness of the beans. Going into my Best of 2015 cookbook. Thanks so much for sharing.
Wow, wow, wow. Were the sugar snap peas ever good prepared this way. The recipe is awesome, quick and easy to make with terrific results. I made exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. The snap peas were sweet, tender and had a great roasted flavor. I can't wait to try this on the bbq. Thank you so much for sharing your simple recipe, often the recipes with fewest ingredients are the best. Kudos to you for making it into my Favorites Cookbook for 2014.
Very good! I had to broil mine about 4 minutes on each side. I left out the chives and did seasoned pepper and fleur de sel instead. Awesome!
Delicious! I didn't have chives, and I used Johnny's seasoning salt. I didn't have my oven rack close enough to the element to get this done as quickly as the recipe but no worries. I just stirred and cooked until my peas started showing black cooked spots. Wonderful cooking method. Thanks for sharing.
Very easy and good! Thanks!