8 Comments

  1. Colleen

    Fantastic! I used lime zest (no lemon in the fridge) and it worked really well. This is a really good recipe. And, you really don’t need to use butter – the olive oil works great on its own.

  2. Jara

    Great recipes- easy & low fat – my favorites! I have a family member who is allergic to lemons & limes. What is a good substitute for lemon/lime juice and zest? Should I use vinegar or orange (which he can tolerate)?

    Orange s a great idea, just a little orange juice and zest. ~Elise

  3. Jackie

    I made these for dinner this evening, alongside kafta with tzatziki, lettuce and red onion and homemade sourdough wheat pitas. Loved using the mint with peas, such a classic and perfect combination. Thanks for posting this!

  4. mark

    I’m gonna try this, Elise try Burpee’s Sugar Daddy, compact and productive and best of all STRINGLESS !

  5. Kelli

    This recipe sounds so delicious but my family refuses to eat onions or scallions :(. Will it hurt the recipe to omit them, or should I alter the recipe in any way? Thank you!

    Just leave them out, the peas will be fine. ~Elise

  6. Natalie

    I LOVE snap peas. These would make a great side dish with an Asian dinner, or perhaps this sauteed shrimp pasta! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Alfredo

    Looking forward to trying this! I tried your recipe for broccoli with ginger and sesame and it came out brilliantly.

  8. jmf

    Not sure if the timing works where you are but a similar and delicious recipe with snap peas is to saute with butter and garlic scapes (those curly queue top of garlic plants)…so yummy!

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