Snow Pea Sprouts

Some say it's because they sprout very early in the spring and occasionally get caught in a late spring snowstorm that they are so named

They are delicate lush green shoots with a smooth white to light green crisp stalk. Ideal for salads, sandwiches and stir fries. Snow Pea Sprouts are grown from pea seeds and are traditionally used in Asian cuisine as a garnish.

The firm but tender new shoots of the snow pea plant, these sprouts are eaten raw, steamed, stir-fried or added to soups.

Mixed Bean Sprout and Cabbage Salad

Blanch Snow Pea Sprouts, slice into shorter lengths, drain well. Mix all vegetables together in a bowl. Separately mix remaining ingredients and pour over salad.