You have to try Spicy Stir-Fried Sugar Snap Peas; these are loaded with flavor from soy sauce, sesame oil, and Sriracha!
Sugar Snap Peas are an ingredient I like enough to make them one of my Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks, and for this week’s Friday Favorites feature I’m reminding you about this recipe for Spicy Stir-Fried Sugar Snap Peas. This is a recipe I came up with years ago when I decided it might be fun to experiment with snap peas as the starring ingredient in a stir-fried vegetable side dish.
Not that I hadn’t stir-fried sugar snap peas before, but I had never cooked them sliced diagonally to reveal the tiny peas inside! And I have no idea where I got the idea of slicing the peas lengthwise for a stir-fry, but I loved this method! The pods cooked more quickly, and a few tiny peas spilled out, adding visual interest and a lot of sweet pea flavor to the finished dish.
And the stir-fry sauce for these stir-fried sugar snap peas has soy sauce, sesame oil, and Sriracha Sauce bumping up the flavor! If you get those big bags of sugar snap peas at Costco and have a hard time using them, this might become your new favorite side dish.
CommentsIn reply to Amber. Yes, everyone has different preferences … by Kalyn DennyGreat, thank you! I think next time I will use half the soy … by AmberIn reply to Tammy Sullivan. SO happy you enjoyed it, thanks! by Kalyn DennyMade these Spicy Sugar Snap Peas last night for my husband and … by Tammy SullivanIn reply to Ruth Boydston-Steel. Thanks Ruth, glad you like … by Kalyn DennyPlus 5 more…