Sesame-Ginger Garden Peas

Yesterday I finally “harvested” 29 snow pea pods from one of my raised gardens.  While it was just barely enough for two side servings with tonight’s dinner, I was happy to finally get something from our garden beyond mint, chives, scallions, and baby greens!

Heat 1 tsp. sesame oil over medium heat.  Saute 1 tsp. thinly sliced ginger for several minutes, until it becomes fragrant.  Then throw in the snow peas and a few sprinkles of crushed red pepper.  Saute several minutes, just until the peas turn bright green if you like crisp, sweet pea pods.

*This recipe is for about 1/4 lb. of sugar snap peas.  Increase accordingly if you garden is kinder to you!

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