Recipe by BDEGER
"This is a simple side dish to prepare and serve with Asian dishes. We love it with grilled tuna."
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fresh mushrooms, thinly sliced
I noticed one reviewer decided not to use mushrooms in the future, as they "add nothing". I disagree. Mushrooms are low carb and low in calories, but they are high in riboflavin (headache relief and boosts the body’s antioxidants level), fiber and niacin (vitamin B3). Plus, they just taste fabulous. Great healthy recipe!
I guess this was okay - I made it exactly as written. Fresh vegetables are good, but the sauce was a little blah and mainly just collected in the bottom of the bowl. Nothing special, really, in my opinion.
Snow peas are one of my favorite veggys. I made two changes to this recipe. First I used butter instead of olive oil 'cause I don't care for olive oil and second I added a few chopped up green onions. It's a great side dish when you want something different.
This was pretty good, but I added bean sprouts, baby corn ears, and upped the amount of teriyaki sauce. I served it at a dinner party and everyone loved it that way!
This was delicious. I used sugar snap peas instead of the snow peas only because I had a bag of them that needed to be used. It came out great. I did add a smidgen of garlic paste to the peas and mushrooms while they were cooking. Yum!
Wonderful flavor. I made a couple of changes. Hubby doesn't care for mushrooms so I rarely have them on hand. I substituted one fresh ear of cut corn and about 1 cup of cooked diced carrots that I had left over. I cooked the corn in the oil for about 3 minutes and then added peas until just wilted and carrots last until heated thru. I didn't have Teraki sauce so I used 1 generous tablespoon of soy. Seasame seeds added a nice touch. I think the recipe can easily stand as given, my changes were just necessary due to my pantry. Great versatile recipe Bonnie. Thanks for sharing.
This was really good, but purchased teriyaki sauce can be a bit too thick and rich, overwhelming the poor mushrooms. Try with a mix of soy sauce, sake and mirin (sweet sake) istead.
The adults loved this! Great with grilled salmon.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Stir Fried Snow Peas and Mushrooms
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 45
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