Stir Fry Sugar Snap Peas
After all the festive celebrations and feasting, it is now time for simpler and healthier fare on the dining table. This Chinese-style stir-fried sugar snap peas definitely fits the criteria for healthy eating.
If you want it to be a totally meatless dish, omit the prawns. You can also add other vegetables such as carrots and mushrooms. I cooked this due to the odd leftovers in the fridge. Whenever, I am unsure of what sauce to use for stir-frying, I will fall back on the trusty taucheo (soy bean paste), which to me, is the surest and easiest way to make a Chinese stir-fry deliciously savoury.
This is the kind of stir-fry I would eat happily every day.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
What brand of taucheo sauce would you recommend?
I’m currently using the “Tai Hua” brand. I picked it up randomly from the supermarket though, feel free to use any brand you come across.
A homely and familiar dish, always a delight!
No Tau Cheu how?? Can substitute with something else??
salt, soy sauce, oyster sauce or xo sauce.
Looks delicious…simple and so colorful…I love the soybean paste flavor in this stir fry.
Have a great week Wiffy :D
Thank you for these simple recipes. I am not much of a cook. But being a mother, I feel the need to learn to cook for them. Will definitely try out.
My kind of stir-fry with one-skillet everything! Veggies and proteins all in one. Just cook some rice and a meal is ready :)