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Beef and Sugar Snap Peas. Thinly slice sugar snap peas crosswise into disks. Thinly slice scallions, reserving dark green parts for garnish. Serve over rice, garnished with more sesame oil, sesame seeds, dark parts of scallions, and.
Deliciously savory and easy to make. try this Asian Beef with Sugar Snap Peas tonight! I stumbled across a recipe for Asian beef and snow peas and knew we just had to try it. It seems like I end up fixing more chicken than anything else, so I've been looking for more and more non-chicken meals. You can have Beef and Sugar Snap Peas using 18 ingredients and 16 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Beef and Sugar Snap Peas
- It's of Marinade.
- It's of beef.
- You need of Tbl. Soy sauce.
- Prepare of Oil, sesame if you have it.
- Prepare of black pepper.
- You need of kosher salt.
- Prepare of Sauce.
- You need of Corn starch.
- Prepare of garlic powder.
- It's of chicken broth.
- Prepare of Tbl. Sherry or white wine.
- Prepare of soy sauce.
- You need of Main.
- Prepare of Sugar Snap peas (or snow peas).
- Prepare of large scallion (green onion).
- It's of garlic.
- It's of black pepper to taste.
- It's of Rice for serving.
On the side, a bright salad of radishes and sugar snap peas—cooked briefly, then shocked in ice water to lock in their fresh flavor—balances out the rich sandwiches. The snap pea, also known as the sugar snap pea, is an edible-pod pea with rounded pods and thick pod walls, in contrast to snow pea pods, which are flat with thin walls. The name mangetout (French for "eat all") can apply to snap peas and snow peas. · Sugar snap peas add unexpected color and flavor to this potato dish that is enhanced further with a drizzle of lemony brown butter. Sugar snap peas and bell peppers are tossed with sesame oil and lemon juice for a refreshing finish.
Beef and Sugar Snap Peas instructions
- Start rice so it's ready when done.
- Slice beef into about 1/4 inch strips.
- Mix beef with marinade, mix and set aside, or like I do, the night before..
- Wash peas if required.
- Slice peas across, about 1/3-1/2 inch, I tip them also.
- Just set aside for now.
- Add all sauce ingredients to a small bowl. Mix well then set aside..
- Chop garlic cloves. Slice green onions into rings about the same as the peas. Set aside..
- Heat a stir-fry/wok/skillet over high heat, add 2 Tbl. Oil. When hot, add beef and marinade..
- Stir fry for about 2 minutes, until meat is browned (not cooked), place meat and juices on a plate, set aside..
- Add 2 Tbl. oil to pan, when hot, add garlic and green onion. Stir fry 1 minute. Add peas..
- Stir fry 1 minute. Stir sauce one last time, add to pan..
- When broth comes up to a light boil or simmer, reduce heat to medium, cover, cook for 3 minutes..
- Uncover, increase heat to medium high, add beef and juice..
- Stir fry for about 3 minutes. Serve over rice..
- Garnish options, sesame seeds, sliced green onions, cilantro/parsley.
Add the sugar snap peas, and toss to coat with the fat. Pour in the balsamic vinegar, sugar, and I used frozen sugar snap peas and I only used a TBSP. of the bacon grease and it was plenty. Sugar snap peas are a fantastic spring treat, only in season for a few weeks, and naturally sweet enough to snack on raw. Immediately transfer the sugar snap peas to the bowl of ice water. This stops the residual heat in the peas from continuing to cook them.
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