Tip of the Day

"Use the water of boiled vegetables for gravy,doing so you get more flavour and you don't lose the nutrients which otherwise drain off with water.."

*Garlic Snap Peas

Guests/friends are visiting your place for lunch/dinner......you have spent a lot of time and effort in preparing a wonderful main course and now you are scratching your head thinking about what side-dish to make,that too in a short span of time,don't worry. Here's a very simple,quick and a tasty recipe which will compliment your main course.

This doesn't mean that you can make this dish only when guests are coming(he....he).Make it anytime,you will love it..

This is one of my favorite side-dish.Enjoy :D

Snap peas are a very good source of vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese, dietary fiber, folate and thiamin (vitamin B1). They are also a good source of vitamin A, phosphorous, vitamin B6, protein, niacin, magnesium, riboflavin (vitamin B2), copper, iron, zinc and potassium.

Garlic Snap Peas


Ingredients
  • Sugar snap peas (Fresh) 3/4th lb
  • Olive Oil 2 tsp
  • Black pepper powder 1 tsp
  • Minced garlic 1 tbsp
  • Salt to taste
Method
  • Wash the snap peas and remove the tips from both the ends.

  • Heat oil in a non-stick pan or a skillet. Saute the snap peas in oil with salt and pepper powder.

  • Cook for 3-4 mins or till the peas get cooked but are at the same time crispy.(Take care not to overcook the peas,slight brown spots start developing on the pods when they are done)

  • Add minced garlic to the peas and mix well and remove from heat immediately or the garlic may get burnt and taste bitter.

  • Garlic snap peas are now ready.

  • Serve as a side dish.
Calories: ~80 kcal/serving
Serves 4

This recipe is my entry for vegetables, beautiful vegetables 2008 by Abby of Eat the right stuff.
I am also sending this recipe for the Eat healthy-Fibre rich event hosted by Sangeeth of Art of cooking Indian food blog.


I am sending this recipe to ARF/5-A-Day event hosted by Cate of Sweetnicks.

21 comments:

Cham said...

Never made any curry with snow peas sounds tasty and easy!

Veg*Triathlete said...

Thanks for your comment about my blog! Yours looks great, too! I love that there are lots of vegetable dishes.
-Jen from Fueled by Plants

veena gosar said...

you have given the calories in 'GARLIC SNAP PEAS',,,,, excellent, which is very useful. try to give the calories in ur future items...ok.
veena gosar

VeggieGirl said...

Oooh, sounds DELICIOUS!! I love any dish with garlic and other vegetables :0)

sireesha said...

Hi,visiting ur blog for the first time,nice blog.Would love to see u on my blog..
Never know this curry it sounds delicious and yummy will try definitely.

SASHREE said...

wow,thatz a very new one,n coming to side dish yes itzz excellent,thanx for ur comments

Susan from Food Blogga said...

I can't get enough sugar snap peas lately. So I love this dish.

Aparna Inguva said...

Hey Hetal, Thanks for visting my blog. I love what you have done with yours, the layout and the color scheme in particular are beautiful. I have been trying to get some character into mine as well. Hope you get to to try some of the recipes that I posted. keep up the good work
-Aparna
P.S: I had a lonely baingan leftover in the fridge and was wondering what to do with it, I will try your recipe for begun bhaja.

Ranjani said...

Interesting dish, have never tried doing this with snap peas,I'm going to give this a shot.
I love sugar snap peas too!
Thanks for stopping by my blog:)

Nanditha Prabhu said...

sounds healthy and tasty:)

Mishmash ! said...

You re already on a fast track with so many recipes....:) have fun and enjoy blogging!

bhags said...

nice and healthy idea

Aparna said...

Simple, quick to make but a nice combination of flavours.
Thanks for coming by.

farida said...

Hi Hetal, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. You have a nice blog here!

I love snap peas. And I love garlic! Thank you for combining two of my fav ingredients in one dish:))

I subscribed to you to receive your updates. Keep up the good work! Cheers. Farida

Asha said...

So simple and yummy side dish, good one Hetal!:)

meeso said...

That tends to happen to me a lot... I focus on some main dish and completely forget about something to go along... I guess I'm not the only one :) These peas sounds really good!

Priya said...

hey Hetal...I just started blogging...slowly adding recipes...This dish is so healthy looking! cant wait to try it....Im adding you to my blogroll!

abby said...

gorgeous hetal, thanks for sharing thsi with vegetables, beautiful vegetables!

Sangeeth said...

wow Isha this is new recipe for me...nice entry to the event :)

Seena said...

Hey,
thanks for visiting my blog.. :)
I like this peas and have noted your sandwich and peas recipes...
:)

Susan said...

The strong black pepper against the sweet peas must taste great. So easy and healthy!