Looking to spruce up your dinner plate? Try these fresh sugar snap peas recipes.
Delicious and good for you, sugar snap peas have a wonderful texture and slightly sweet flavor.
They’re great for snacks, side dishes, and the main course.
Give them a quick saute and sprinkle on the garlic powder or toss them in an orange chicken stir-fry.
Each one of these dishes is quick, easy, and super fresh.
However you prepare sugar snap peas, I guarantee they’ll be great thanks to these 20 recipes.
Aside from raw, the simplest way to prepare sugar snap peas is with some butter and garlic.
Melt the butter in the pan and toss in the snap peas. Add a dash of garlic here with a sprinkle of salt and pepper there.
Just a few minutes of cooking, and you’re ready to serve this with the main course.
Looking for a quick dinner side dish? Here’s a 10-minute one that goes with practically everything.
A quick saute and pinch of lemon zest is all this recipe takes. Well, that and of course salt and pepper to taste.
Be careful not to overdo the peas. You want to cook them long enough that they become tender, but are still crisp.
In charge of the holiday salad? Nobody will see this one coming.
A bed of thinly sliced sugar snap peas, basil, and roasted pistachios get all dressed up in a lively lemon vinaigrette.
It’s a touch sweet and has a bit of a bite. It also has a tiny kick of heat from red chili peppers flakes.
If slicing snap peas sounds too tedious, here’s another salad that is sure to please a crowd.
This salad has juicy mandarin oranges, crisp cucumbers, red bell pepper, and thinly-sliced red onion.
Toss all that into a soy sauce, rice vinegar, and sesame oil-based dressing.
It goes well with Asian food, fish filets, and chicken dinners.
Light lunch or dinner side, this sugar snap pea salad is just as versatile as the last.
It’s a garden-fresh mix featuring snap peas, cucumbers, red onions, and fresh herbs.
In a pinch, you could add a store-bought dressing, but I prefer the homemade vinaigrette.
It has two types of vinegar, a smidge of honey, a touch of mustard, and quality olive oil.
Also, to avoid unpleasant strings caught in your teeth, you might want to trim the snap peas.
Forget takeout, weeknights are all about this stir-fry.
It’s far cheaper than a restaurant bill and just as good as anything you’d order.
Tender chicken and fresh snap peas may be the stars, but it’s the orange dressing that steals the show!
If you’re looking for something a little out of the ordinary, this one tops my list.
I know the name sounds fancy, but fear not.
Fior di latte is a type of Italian cheese that is fresh like mozzarella, but even creamier.
Combine it with sugar snap peas, seeds, cashews, and homemade basil dressing for a wonderful array of flavors and textures.
Garlicky, cheesy, and wholesome, what more could you want in a side dish?
This sugar snap peas dish is completely fuss-free and ready in less than 30 minutes.
Panko bread crumbs add a nice texture. However, those who are on a keto or low-carb diet can leave it out.
There’s one ingredient that has the power to instantly ramp up your dish and that’s garlic.
It adds a pungent kick to the sweetness of the snap peas without masking the flavor.
With just four ingredients, you can have this last-minute side hot on the table in no time.
Everything tastes a little better with bacon, including snap peas.
Humble and delicious, this six-ingredient home-style dish is one the entire family will like.
It’s completely beginner-friendly and goes well with tons of main course proteins.
Pork chops and roasted chicken are two prime recommendations, but go with whatever you like.
Sugar snap peas and shredded carrots are a healthy way to add a pop of color to soba noodles.
I love the miso and the lime in the ginger sesame sauce. It adds a layer you don’t see coming.
Fresh, healthy, and packed with veggies, this soba noodles dish makes enough to feed the family and it only takes 30 minutes.
There are an endless amount of ways to do a chicken stir-fry. I like this one because of the snap peas.
I love how they’re tender and crisp at the same time. I also love the slightly sweet flavor they add to the dish.
If you have some other veggies like bell peppers and broccoli, they go well, too.
It’s a stir-fry, which means there’s a ton of room to improvise.
Who doesn’t love a fuss-free dinner with minimal cleanup? Bust out the baking pan because it’s a sheet pan kind of night.
You’ll take a medley of veggies and toss them in teriyaki sauce with juicy slices of chicken.
Snap peas are a must, but this recipe also calls for bell pepper, carrots, and broccoli.
Vegan or not, everyone will love this plant-based stir-fry.
Chickpeas add a ton of protein and they’re super cheap. Cook them with the veggies, then coat everything in an umami Asian sauce.
Snap peas, bell peppers, and zucchini are the ideal veggie combination.
They have complimentary flavors, and you can time them just right.
I could gobble every last one of these up before they ever reach the table.
Roasting snap peas enhances their flavor and it doesn’t take much.
You just need some good extra virgin olive oil and garlic powder.
Trimming the snap peas is a bit tedious, but it won’t take long.
In the mood for a simple spring salad? Here’s one that showcases the bounty of the season.
I love each little delicate pea and its crunchy exterior.
I also love how extraordinary they taste with fresh mint, creamy ricotta, and crisp radishes in a lemon dressing.
You can easily turn pea recipes into a filling meal by whipping up a quick stir-fry.
But don’t just settle for any stir-fry. Opt for a flavor-packed shrimp dinner like this.
It’s a dazzling display of colors, flavors, and fresh ingredients.
A bright lemon sauce coats the snap peas, bell peppers, and succulent shrimp for an invigorating yet satiating meal.
Plus, it’s gluten-free and low in carbs.
Have 5 minutes? Great! You have enough time to make this dish.
In a large bowl, toss in your veggies like snap peas, bell peppers, and carrots.
Then, coat them in an umami sauce with rice vinegar, fish sauce, Sriracha, and a pinch of brown sugar.
It’s a fabulous alternative for those who want to keep things raw and fresh.
If you’re trying to eat healthier, take a hint from the Mediterranean diet and go with something like Greek sugar snap peas.
This recipe is full of nutrients and healthy fats. Plus, it doesn’t skimp on flavor.
Give the sugar snap peas a quick saute, then mix them with feta, olives, and parsley.
Rather than pouring on the dressing, give it a squeeze of lemon and you’re all set.
Fire up the grill because it’s sugar snap pea and corn salad time!
It has grilled corn, snap peas cooked in butter, and a tangy yogurt sauce.
The salad is a bit different from the standard cookout sides, which is what makes it so great. I guarantee your guests will love it!
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