This easy shrimp dumpling stir-fry recipe was born out of my love and devotion to a certain chili sauce (more on that in a bit), but it also combines two of my very favorite things – shrimp and vegetable dumplings – with a whole lot of veggies and very little time. You can also customize it to your hearts content in terms of the ingredients, depending on what type of stir-fry you are in the mood for. Quick, flexible, good and good for you – what more could you ask for in a stir-fry recipe? Let’s make it!
This simple and scrumptious recipe for easy steak stir-fry was born out of two things. First of all, after weeks and weeks of being spoiled by balmy weather here in the Northeast, all of the sudden IT IS COLD. As in, not even the prospect of going to dinner is going to get this girl out of her toasty house and into the chilly car. And second, as much as I like going out for things like stir-fry, I’m always a little skeptical of what is in that stir-fry sauce. While mine has a teeny bit of sugar in it, it’s seriously teeny. Because the stars of this show are the veggies and the steak, and I want the fresh taste to shine through. In the comfort of my nice warm kitchen. Let’s make it!
Oh, sugar snap peas, you pretty little things, you. You are back in season! Which means I can buy heaps of you at my farm market and snack on you while I am tossing you into every recipe that calls for anything green. Don’t tell the regular old green beans, but there’s something about your slightly sweet and crunchy selves that has you at the very top of my favorite summer veggie list, duking it out with the tomatoes and the corn. And since the tomatoes and the corn aren’t ready yet, it’s sugar snap peas time in my kitchen. As in, pasta tossed with butter, crabmeat and, yes, a whole mess of sugar snaps!
Here’s my latest in the series of one bowl suppers that the Southern husband and I have been experimenting with over the last couple of months. Just as a reminder, the one bowl suppers combine a green veggie or two, a whole grain and some kind of protein along with a few garnishes in one bowl…all of which sounds very science-ish until you realized that this actually means shrimp, watercress, feta cheese, sugar snap peas, sliced apple and brown rice garnished with honey roasted peanuts and drizzled with yogurt ranch dressing. Oh yes.
Linguine with bacon, goat cheese and sugar snap peas? I have officially decided that this is my new favorite spring recipe. Because if for no other reason, I simply love saying “sugar snaps.” There’s something so, well, spring-like about how that sounds…full of sparkle and possibilities, just like spring! And if you add a littleRead More & Get the Recipe
This recipe falls into my “life is short so always use the best ingredients, even if that is not what the recipe tells you to do” bucket. This is a delicious stir-fry with just a handful of ingredients, and front and center is the beef. Obviously. The original recipe, found in Everyday Food Magazine saysRead More & Get the Recipe