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    Default What can I make with snow peas?

    I have a gazillion snow peas and want to use them for dinner except I forgot to get other ingredients to make a stir fry and can't get to the supermarket this arvo.

    Meat wise, I have beef mince, sausages and bacon... They don't have to be used though.

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    I steam them and serve as a side vegetable. Also blanched they are yummy in any salad - eg. whole in garden salad, chopped into rice/pasta salad.

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    Beef macaroni.... Mince, diced bacon, tinned tomatoes, peas, diced capsicum and carrot, seasoning (we love taco seasoning...otherwise beef stock cube, salt and pepper, mix cooked macaroni into it and add parmesan cheese before eating

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    Sausages, with mashed potato and peas with gravy.

    Beef mince and bacon pie with peas

    Shepard's pie

    Meatloaf

    Rissoles vegies and gravy

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    Thanks ladies

    I ended up deciding on takeaway and I'll make a stir fry tomorrow night

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    Gosh I'd just eat em raw, delish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Gosh I'd just eat em raw, delish!
    Mmmm yes dipped in hummus or ranch dressing. Yum

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Gosh I'd just eat em raw, delish!
    I do

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    Mmmm yes dipped in hummus or ranch dressing. Yum
    I am so trying them with ranch!

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    We always add them to our fried rice, and we quite often have fried rice with sausages in it like tonight lol.

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    Dunno - however I used to put them in DD's lunchbox for 3 year olds kindy. A little friend was trying to describe them to her mum at the supermarket and that she wanted them too: "they're like two little leaves stuck together with peas inside". Bless!


 

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