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Egg Salad Stuffed Snow Peas

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Crunchy, light and delicious, these stuffed snow peas so easy to prepare and are great as an appetizer or anytime snack. If you are making them for a crowd, blanch and split the snow peas ahead of time, chill until ready to fill. The egg salad can be prepared ahead too. Besides egg salad, you can also use herb-flavoured cheese, chicken, tuna or crab meat to fill the pea pods.

  • 25 Fresh snow peas
  • 3 Large hard boiled eggs, chopped
  • 2 tbsp Dill (or parsley) stalk, finely chopped
  • 1 tbsp Shallot, finely chopped
  • 2 tbsp Homemade mayonnaise
  • 1 tsp Dijon mustard
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • Freshly milled black pepper
  • Fresh dill
  • Pink peppercorns
  • Pomegranate seeds, optional
  1. Blanch snow peas by placing in a bowl and pouring boiling water over them. Let stand for about a minute, drain immediately and place in ice cold water.
  2. In a bowl combine together the chopped eggs, chopped dill stalks, shallot, mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, salt and pepper.
  3. With a small sharp knife, slit open the straight seam of each snow pea to form a pocket. Spoon a heaping teaspoon of egg salad into each.
  4. Place them on a bed of fresh herbs or greens. Garnish each pod with dill, pink peppercorns and pomegranate seeds, if using. Eat immediately or refrigerate until serving.

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Lola Martínez 15/3/23 23:10

Un aperitivo muy vistoso, muy rico, pero algo entretenido. Seguro que merece la pena el tiempo que se le dedique por el resultado que presenta al final.
Un beso.

Brian's Home Blog 15/3/23 23:15

That is so festive looking and it sounds terrific!

Norma2 15/3/23 23:23

Angie, would you be so kind as to put a Google translator in your post? I don't see it and it's important so that "everyone" can read you.

Cooking Julia 15/3/23 23:25

This very nice dish smells of spring!

roentare 15/3/23 23:28

This is another outstanding recipe and food you have come up with

Tom 15/3/23 23:32

...this looks fabulous and I love egg salad. Eggs have come down in price here.

Abbe@This is How I Cook 16/3/23 00:18

This is kind of like why didn't I think of this before! Love these spring-y egg salad bites.

J.P. Alexander 16/3/23 01:24

Es una ensalada diferente. Tomó nota. Gracias por la receta. Te mando un beso.

My name is Erika. 16/3/23 01:48

I love the idea of the crispy pea shell and the soft creamy filling inside. What a sensation in your mouth. Yum! hugs-Erika

Anonymous 16/3/23 02:32

Looks good -Christine

foodtravelandwine 16/3/23 02:39

I love the combination of colors and flavors!....It must be so crunchy and soft at the same time!!....I love it!!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

savorthebest 16/3/23 04:40

Fun recipe. It looks delicious.

Anne in the kitchen 16/3/23 05:38

That is such a pretty dish. TheHub would love it and I might make it soon for him

Margaret D 16/3/23 06:10

They would taste lovely and I've never thought of doing that with snow peas.

Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 16/3/23 08:41

I love snow peas, but would never have thought of stuffing them!
The only way I like eggs is hard-boiled, so this is the perfect recipe for me! :)

Javier 16/3/23 10:50

I'm a big fan of egg salad and your dish looks delicious

Eva Taylor 16/3/23 11:54

What a gorgeous way to celebrate spring! Unfortunately, it’s still wintery in Toronto so these fresh, light snacks would definitely lift our spirits. Love that you can do much of the prep ahead of time. I’m going to check if we have the snow peas available yet.

Carol @Comfort Spring Station 16/3/23 12:03

You are so creative! I love this idea and the use of the snow peas. Pinned and tweeted!

kathyinozarks 16/3/23 12:35

What an awesome looking dish, never would have thought to use snow peas this way-saving recipe thank you

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 16/3/23 12:51

I love egg salad, this looks over the top delicious!

DeniseinVA 16/3/23 13:18

That dish looks very refreshing and so elegant and pretty! Thanks for sharing another beautiful meal Angie :)

DEZMOND 16/3/23 15:06

Looks very colourful and that wooden boat dish is also lovely! I am on day four of my GluFree diet and I am mucho hungry LOL I am currently trying to sate hunger with dates, hazelnuts and carob raw truffles.

Pam 16/3/23 17:43

Why haven't I thought of this? What a fun and tasty snack.

Bill 16/3/23 19:00

Looks great, nice and colourful.

Sherry's Pickings 17/3/23 02:23

such an interesting idea angie. love your photos as ever!

Federica Simoni 17/3/23 10:49

veramente bella e buonissima!

Rainbow Evening 17/3/23 11:46

snow peas is healthy vegetable and yummy....
great idea to make salad..... thank you for sharing your recipe

[Reply] 19/3/23 14:12

I make stuffed snow peas every Christmas, I need to branch out and change up the filling for different seasons, thanks Angie!

Medeja 20/3/23 10:23

They look so perfect for spring! Bright and fun

Raymund 21/3/23 21:38

I love how simple and easy it is to prepare. I'm excited to try this out for my next gathering. I also appreciate the suggestion to use different fillings like herb-flavored cheese, chicken, tuna or crab meat. This makes it a versatile recipe that I can adjust to my guests' preferences.

tigerfish 28/3/23 16:31

Never had stuffed snow peas like this before. In fact , never had snow peas stuffed with anything before. The crunch of the snow peas and the creamy egg salad is a good match.


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