Quick Glazed Snow Peas

"Sun-Sentinel, February 28, 2008. Want to try this but haven't yet. It was described as a recipe for picky eaters and I have one of those in my family! This recipe serves 2 adults or 4 kids."
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  • Place all ingredients, except the peas, in a shallow, wide, saute pan over medium-high heat.
  • Stir and bring to a boil.
  • Add snow peas, toss to coat and stir occasionally, 3 minutes just until peas are cooked.
  • Serve immediately.

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  1. Great 2/3 of my kids liked this. I liked it, simple, easy ingredients, but I prefer the recipe w/ Ginger and soy sauce it's Awesome! I forgot I was out of soy sauce so I decided to try this and liked it. Thanks!
  2. These were good. I made 3 servings and it was plenty for us. I did steam the snow peas a little first so they weren't so crunchy, other than that made as is. Made for I Recommend Tag.
  3. Easy recipe. Nice way to make snow peas. Love when they are fresh at the Farmer's Market.
  4. Loved this. This was a great, easy recipe.
  5. This is very yummy. I cooked the snow peas longer cause I don't like when it's too crunchy. Thanks Oolala :) Made for I recommend tag game


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