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Transfer the scallops to plates and arrange the cauliflower and snow peas around them.
Serve it over medium no-yolk egg noodles, with fresh snow peas, a romaine salad and whole-grain rolls rounding out the meal.
The peas are a cross between the English pea and the snow pea, developed by a plant breeder named Calvin Lamborn in the 1970s.
Zucchini, snow peas, red peppers, and mushrooms were gloriously not overcooked.
Add the tofu, bell pepper and snow peas, and increase the heat to medium-high.
Add snow peas and bell pepper and sauté until crisp-tender.
The flavor is similar to a snow pea, but slightly more aromatic with a fresh, sweet, grassy aftertaste.
Pick snow peas frequently: Ideally the pods should be harvested when flat before the seeds begin to enlarge.
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Definition of snow pea for English Language Learners
: a type of pea whose flat outer part and seeds may be eaten
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