Golden Snow Peas
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Golden Snow peas have flat pods and grow on tall vines and are preceded by bluish-mauve flowers. The Golden Snow pea as the name suggests has a pale yellow skin that becomes more golden as the pea pod ripens. The pod has a crunchy texture when fresh and picked young. Beneath the golden skin lie 5 or more small peas that offer a sweet flavor. Golden Snow peas range in size from 2 to 4 inches and are entirely edible.
Golden Snow peas are available in the spring.
Golden Snow peas are also known as "Golden Sweet" Snow peas are easily recognized by their yellow color. These snow peas are rare and can be found in India where seed collectors obtain fresh peas to dry for seed harvest and in home gardens.
Golden Snow peas are sweet and flavorful enough to eat fresh or raw. The peas make a colorful contribution to stir fries and mixed vegetable dishes. Add fresh snow peas to salads or chop into one-inch pieces and toss with quinoa and carrots for an easy vegetarian dinner option. Blanch peas for refrigeration or short term freezing.
Golden Snow peas are heirloom vegetables that originated in India. The rare variety of Pisum sativum is sometimes known as ‘Golden India’ Snow peas.
Recipes that include Golden Snow Peas. One is easiest, three is harder.
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