With its Asian noodles and flavors, this dish makes a satisfying vegetarian dinner. Because you want the snap peas to be tender but also to offer a bit of crunch, cook them just briefly.
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Fantastic recipe. Because I ate this as a main dish, I added lemongrass to the cooking process, and at the end I added cold cucumber, and mandarin oranges.
Delicious! I used asparagus, instead of zucchini. Omitted the mint -- I did not have any. Added about 1 T lemon grass (tube). Did not use the red wine vinegar (forgot). Saving this in my box!
Enjoyed the flavors in this dish, especially the crunchiness of the sugar snap peas. I did not use the mint, as I don't typically care for it. Will definitely keep this recipe to make again.
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