Sugar snaps are a cross between snow peas and green peas. Like a great kid, they inherited the good parts
of both sides of the family. They are as sweet as young green peas and as crisp and tender as snow peas.
Somewhere along the way, they also acquired a little bit of pecan flavor that makes them stand out in a
stir-fry. A great source of vitamin C, sugar snaps also make a great low-fat snack.
Conveniently packaged in microwave-ready bags, these veggies are
quick to cook, without any of the hassle of washing
and chopping. You'll have nutritious vegetables ready in minutes!
|Place the bag in the microwave center seam side up. Heat on high for 2 1/2 - 3 minutes in 1000-watt or higher, 3 1/2 - 4 minutes in lower wattage. Let the bag sit for 1 minute before removing. Open perforated seam by pulling apart, being careful as the contents are extremely hot.