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  1. photo Garlic <b>Snow</b> <b>Peas</b> with CilantroGarlic Snow Peas with CilantroArticle
    Snow peas, also called Chinese pea pods, are often overlooked as a highly nutritious organic vegetable.  A 1-cup serving of whole snow peas has only 26 calories and 0 fats, while meetingRead more
  2. photo 3 Spring <b>Pea</b> Salad Recipe with Shallots and Sour Cream3 Spring Pea Salad Recipe with Shallots and Sour CreamRecipe
    right now to most fully enjoy what they have to offer. There are a few different options you have to choose from when it comes to spring peas: garden peas, snow peas and snap peas. Garden peas, arguablyRead more
  3. photo 7 healthful reasons to add <b>peas</b> to your diet7 healthful reasons to add peas to your dietNews
    There are three major types of peas - garden peas, snow peas and snap peas. When Gregor Johann Mendel, an Austrian monk and botanist, cross-bred two different types of peas, he found that the "childRead more
  4. photo Asparagus and Fresh <b>Pea</b> Pasta with Lemon-Butter SauceAsparagus and Fresh Pea Pasta with Lemon-Butter SauceRecipe
    in this recipe (the pods of which are inedible). But if your markets have sugar snap peas or snow peas, feel free to sub in these edible shell varieties by doubling the amount. The simple lemon-butter sauceRead more
  5. photo Spring’s Mouthwatering Harvest: How to Enjoy 4 In-Season Foods NowSpring’s Mouthwatering Harvest: How to Enjoy 4 In-Season Foods NowArticle
    to cook them the same day you buy them. Try this Perfect Pasta With Peas, Radishes & Lemon Cream or any of these 6 Recipes for Fresh Peas. Snow peas and snap peas are in season too, so dig into GarlicRead more
  6. photo 4 Vegetarian Chinese Food Recipes for Meatless Monday: Put Down that Takeout Menu!4 Vegetarian Chinese Food Recipes for Meatless Monday: Put Down that Takeout Menu!Article
    For a simple side, garlic snow peas are the perfect choice. Five ingredients are all you need: canola oil, snow peas, a generous amount of garlic, a touch of salt, and cilantro for freshness and flavorRead more
  7. photo Ginger <b>Snow</b> <b>Pea</b> RiceGinger Snow Pea RiceRecipe
    sesame oil1 (1-inch) piece fresh ginger, peeled and grated2 cups water½ teaspoon salt, or to taste¼ pound snow peas (about 1 ½ cups), strings removed, chopped into ½-inch pieces Directions: RinseRead more
  8. photo 3 Spring Gardening Favorites3 Spring Gardening FavoritesArticle
    , but make sure soil doesn’t become flooded if you want peas to flourish.  Consider growing Chinese pea pods so you can whip up Garlic Snow Peas with Cilantro straight from the garden. Peppers  Peppers comeRead more
  9. photo This Savory Spicy Korean Rice Bowl Recipe Will Knock Your Socks OffThis Savory Spicy Korean Rice Bowl Recipe Will Knock Your Socks OffArticle
    minutes of cooking time – and it delivers a potent flavor combination with soy sauce, Sriracha and toasted sesame seeds. Serves four Ingredients 2 cups jasmine rice, rinsed well 2 cups fresh snow peasRead more
  10. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 4 Quinoa RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 4 Quinoa RecipesArticle
    and easy summer salad, look no further than this Quinoa Salad with Sugar Snap Peas. Snap peas, often compared to snow peas, are edible-podded peas that are high in fiber and vitamin C and low in caloriesRead more

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Snow pea

Vegetable

The snow pea (Pisum sativum var. saccharatum) is a legume, more specifically a variety of pea eaten whole in its pod while still unripe. The name mangetout (French for “eat all”) can apply both to snow peas and to snap peas.Snow peas, along with sugar snap peas and unlike field and garden peas, are notable for having edible pods that lack inedible fiber (in the form of "parchment", a fibrous...More