Friday, July 1, 2011

// sauteed snow pea tips //

snow pea tips

washed and prepped

ingredients needed - didn't put garlic in the pic

in the wok it goes

One of my favorite Asian greens - snow pea tips. Here is how you should prep them. Here's the recipe for the way I make them. Very simple and these ingredients should be a part of your kitchen staple anyhow!

Ingredients (the amounts are more to your liking. I don't really measure when I cook it, but you'll get the hang of it after a few times):
  •  oyster sauce - about 1 TBS  
  • bunch of snow peat tips (i cook a whole bag at a time b/c it simmers down like spinach)
  • sesame oil - about 1 TBS
  • minced garlic - about 1 tsp
  • rice vinegar - a couple of shakes from the bottle (maybe 1 tsp?)
  •  Japanese house spice (optional) - a few shakes from the bottle spread evenly
  1. Add snow pea tips in wok
  2. Add the oil in a circular motion around the snow pea tips so it drips inward
  3. Now add the oyster sauce and rice vinegar
  4. Put the minced garlic in on the left and ride side of the wok for about 10 seconds, then stir everything together
  5. Put a lid on top and turn heat to low-medium for about 2 minutes.
  6. Check to see if everything has simmered down and is well-coated.
  7. Serve with your main meat dish or eat over rice by itself.
  8. Sprinkle the Japanese house seasoning if you prefer

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