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Crunchy Asian Salad with Vegetables, Chicken and Sesame Peanut Dressing
Crunchy Asian Salad with spinach, cucumbers, red bell pepper, carrots, sugar snap peas – all tossed in a delicious, homemade peanut dressing, topped with grilled chicken, toasted peanuts and sesame seeds. Healthy, gluten free recipe!
How to Freeze Sugar Snap Peas (Without blanching!)
Well it's February, Winter and extra chilly. We're talking 2 winter coats, tights under jeans kinda chilly. Over the Winter we'll still be growing broccoli, cauliflower, kale and brussels sprouts under the greenhouse but I need some enthusiasm for the greens in the Spring. It... #sugarsnappeas
Snow Peas vs. Garden Peas
Freezing Snow Peas Snap off the ends of the peas, pulling toward the opposite end to remove the strings on each side of the pod as well. Rinse de-stemmed and stringed pods in water. Place in boiling water for 2 minutes, then transfer to a large pan with ice water to stop further cooking. Once cooled, place in a colander to allow to drain for 5 minutes or so, then transfer to plastic freezer bags- pint-sized for stir-frys, quart-sized for creamed peas.
Moo Goo Gai Pan (Ready in 20 Minutes!) | Pickled Plum | Easy Asian Recipes
Moo Goo Gai Pan - Easy recipe for Chinese chicken and vegetable stir fry tossed in a nutty, sour, sweet and savory, gooey sauce (ready in 20 minutes!). We love this for a simple and healthy work lunch! Recipe, chicken, stir fry, dinner, easy, Chinese | pi
NYT Cooking: Here's a stir-fry far better than most take-out Chinese, and you can make it with any lean cut of meat — flank steak, London broil, tenderloin, sirloin or skirt steak — so long as it is cut thin against the grain. Most takeout joints use snow peas, but sugar snaps are juicier and more succulent, and just as crunchy. (Their downside is that they are slightly more%...