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- Cook snow peas, blend and drink as a juice half a cup twice a day.
- On our evening there was quail eggs, capsicum (bell peppers), sweet corn, mixed vegetables, onions, tomatoes, cauliflower and snow peas.
- Add the snow peas, walnuts, bacon and fresh herbs in the bowl, and toss to coat and even out the goodies.
- Madame's had mango, almond, snow peas, prawns and asparagus with a delightful sauce, while my salmon was just simply the best.
- This evening I served the steak with pak choi, oyster mushrooms, snow peas, slow roasted tomatoes, soya and lime vinaigrette and horseradish oil.
- There were also veggies: broccoli, cauliflower, snow peas and plantains, sautéed in ginger.
- To serve, arrange a cod fillet, some artichokes, and snow peas in the center of a plate.
- It was mixed with a medley of veggies: broccoli, cauliflower, snow peas, carrots etc.
- The fish was presented on a large plate with boiled potatoes, asparagus, snow peas and baby carrots.
- Some dishes on the menu change monthly, but standbys include grilled salmon with braised greens, somen noodles, snow peas, sesame and ginger.
- Create themes for your raw veggies such as an Asian mix with snow peas, cucumber slices, shredded carrots, water chestnuts, bean sprouts and bok choy.
- Try any combination of marinated vegetables such as sliced sweet peppers, snow peas, mushrooms, onion, eggplant, fennel, tomatoes and zucchini.
- Consume your favorites, but don't forget less common bodybuilding vegetables such as zucchini, green beans, snow peas, okra, squash and beets.
- This came with snow peas, baby carrots and asparagus.
- The original recipe calls for modest amounts of asparagus, broccoli, green beans, mushrooms, peas, snow peas, tomatoes, and zucchini.
- Our Seafood Pan Roast was a tasty mix of tender wild salmon, plump prawns and savoury scallops and mussels, served in a Cajun tomato sauce, with rice, peppers, onions, snow peas and more.
- That was stir fried with escallion and ginger in sesame seed oil with broccoli, mushrooms, snow peas, carrots and pak choi.
- With wonderful aromas and flavors reminiscent of snow peas, grass, herbs, and green figs, this Sauvignon is as zesty and crisp as a salad itself.
- After 1 minute, add snow peas, bean sprouts, water chestnuts and sliced red capsicum to wok.
- For a welcome grounding among such high-pitched flavors, there's a soft hunk of roasted eggplant, a ribbon of blanched snow pea or julienned carrot, or the watery relief of a mung bean sprout.