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Perfect for week night dinner. Easy to prepare and has a wonderful balance of flavorsI added an extra teaspoon of corn starch and sherry to the marinade and extra 1/4 cup of broth to make a little more sauce.Delicious!
This was outstanding!! Thank you for posting. It was simple and easy and tastes delicious!!5 star in my opinion!!!!
The directions tell you to add the snow peas at two different points in cooking. Which is right? The instructions should be corrected.
Hi, Bob! Do you mean in Step 3? If so, the boldfaced text is kind of a summary of the step and then the regular text after that gives more info about what to do in the step. It’s all the same step, though.
Very good. Thanks. I also added carrots and water chestnuts.
Wonderful! I did 10oz of snow peas to 10 oz shrimp, slivered the ginger, and added one Tbs. of chili paste. I have made this recipe several times!
The Shrimp and peas were very good. Thank you for taking the time to post it. I did add water chestnuts, just because I love the crunchiness.
Good recipe but next time I’ll add some Chinese peppers or pepper oil to give it a little kick.
Can you substitute chicken? If yes, is the marinade or cooking steps different?
The answer is yes, you can make a chicken and snow peas recipe instead of shrimp and snow peas, and yes, the cooking steps would be different. I recommend doing an Internet search for a different recipe though, as I have not tried this recipe with chicken instead of shrimp and wouldn’t know what to tell you on the changes.
Loved this recipe, it came out so well on the first attempt. Made it for lunch, loved it so much that il be making it for dinner too! Lol :) Thank you for sharing! xx
Had some snow peas from our csa to use up so made this tonight – super tasty! Served it with rice cooked in a mix of water and a small can of coconut water. Delicious!
*Coconut milk not water.
Thanks for the inspiration here. I usually use this sauce recipe with great success: http://www.food.com/recipe/all-purpose-stir-fry-sauce-brown-garlic-sauce-87748
Reporting back that this is really good! Light but filling. Also found it to be delicious cold and will look forward to having it that way in the warmer weather. May try it with bok choy or asparagus when the snow peas are not available. Certainly a surprisingly tasty dish!