We picked up snow peas at the local Farmer’s Market, and by lunch time, half of them had been devoured raw. My plan to stir fry these beauties went out the window until I decided to slice up some cabbage and onions and add them to the mix.
You can do this in a wok or a skillet. All you need is some olive oil and sea salt and the vegetables. Slice your cabbage into thin strips, your onions into thin slices, and put the snow peas on whole. To make this dish, I put olive oil on my cook-n-dine and then put all the vegetables on together. Children who turn up their noses at cabbage and snow peas will like this dish. Ask me how I know!
I’m certain other combinations of vegetables would work as well. Perhaps you could add thinly sliced carrots. What I liked about this dish is that I used produce fresh from the garden, giving me a dish with a fresh-from-summer flavor.
- ¼ head of cabbage
- 1 medium onion
- 1 cup snow peas, fresh
- 1 Tbsp. olive oil
- Sea salt and pepper as desired
- Wash and slice cabbage and onion thinly
- Wash snow peas
- Heat wok or skillet until hot, then add olive oil
- Add all vegetables at once, stirring as needed
- Season with sea salt and pepper as desired