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Blistered Snow Peas with Roasted Garlic Tahini Dressing

Updated: Jul 22, 2021

Quick and Easy Blistered Snow Peas with a Roasted Garlic Tahini Dressing Drizzle.


Simple and fresh, these blistered snow peas make a great mid-day snack or a side dish. A ripping hot skillet or cast iron pan will be our secret to getting a nice char without overcooking the beans. Garnished with flaky salt and drizzle with roasted garlic tahini sauce, this healthy vegan snack is hard to beat.



This recipe is perfect for a midday snack, because it can be made in about 15 minutes. This recipe serves two people, but I have a hard time sharing these.


For this recipe, you will need a cast iron skillet or a wok. Heat the pan on high for 3 minutes, then add in your Tbs of olive oil and allow that to heat another 2-3 minutes. The pan has to be ripping hot for the snow peas to remain fresh and crisp while getting a good char. When oil is shimmering, carefully add in your snow peas, avoiding any oil that may pop. Arrange peas into a single layer and set a timer for 3 minutes and walk away. DO NOT TOUCH THE PEAS!


I REPEAT, DO NOT TOUCH THE PEAS! Its going to be tempting, because there will be a lot of noise and it will sound like they are burning, but do not touch until your 3 minute timer goes off. When timer goes off stir the peas in the skillet and set the timer for another 2 minutes. Depending on what they are looking like and your preference, you can stir during this 2 minutes, or allow to char more. After that 2 minutes, turn the heat off and immediately serve with flaky sea salt and roasted garlic tahini sauce.




 

Blistered Snow Peas

  • 8 oz Snow Peas

  • 1 Tbs olive oil

  • Flaky Salt for finishing

Step 1:

Heat a cast iron skill or wok pan on burner set to high for 3 minutes to heat up your pan, then add in your Tbs of olive oil and allow that to heat another 2-3 minutes. The pan has to be ripping hot for the snow peas to remain fresh and crisp while getting a good char.


When oil is shimmering, carefully add in your snow peas, avoiding any oil that may pop. Arrange peas into a single layer and set a timer for 3 minutes and walk away. DO NOT TOUCH THE PEAS! Its going to be tempting, there will be a lot of noise and it will sound like they are burning, but do not touch until your 3 minute timer goes off.


When timer goes off stir the peas and set the timer for another 2 minutes. Depending on what they are looking like and your char preference, you can stir during this 2 minutes, or allow to sit and char more. After that 2 minutes, turn the heat off and immediately serve with flaky sea salt and roasted garlic tahini sauce.


Step 2: Roasted Garlic Tahini Drizzle

To make the Roasted Garlic Tahini Drizzle, which is highly recommended with this dish please follow this link!

 

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These fresh blistered snow peas with roasted garlic tahini dressing make a quick and healthy mid-day snack.

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