To trim snap peas, cut off stem end with a knife. Or, if the string is especially tough, snap off stem end with fingers, and pull string down the pod.
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Rating: 4 stars
I read the reviews and reread the recipe. The cup of water is not included in the ingredients (and I have always seen water as an ingredient when it is part of the recipe) so I decided to ignore it in the directions. Guess what? The dressing was great!
I was diappointed in this recipe. The salad had wonderful ingredients though it was bland. I thought the dressing would perk it up but the dressing was not very good. As someone else said, a cup of water is way too much. I added 3/4 c and that was way too much. It was watery and not very tasty. The dressing needs somthing to perk it up.
The salad is beautiful but the dressing turned out awful. Very watery. Was it really suppose to be a whole cup of water?
MMMMMMMMMMmmeeooowww. This is SOOO good. Took a bit longer than I thought, but I also had to put dishes in the dishwasher. I LOVE sugar snap peas, just never thought to put them with SHRIMP. I've emailed the recipe to a number of folks, too. Enjoy this one with some additional veggies and/or a simple dessert.