Hello all– This is one of those dishes you put together with by cleaning out the fridge! Look for all the brightest crispiest veggies you have in the drawer, make the dressing and done! The recipe I worked from called for cabbage & fennel (don’t have those on hand), so I threw in some cucumbers and those little red peppers instead. So fresh and yummy– Just right with an end of warm weather bar-b-que!
SUAGR SNAP PEA SLAW
1/2 cup unflavored yogurt
1 tab. cider vinegar
1 tab. honey (or sugar)
1 tsp seedy Dijon mustard
1/4 tsp. salt
2 cups sugar snap peas, chopped (8 oz. package)
2 medium carrot, peeled & shredded
2 small Persian cucumbers, sliced thin
1/2 cup sweet red peppers chopped
In a large mixing bowl whisk together the dressing ingredients– yogurt, cider vinegar, honey, mustard and salt. Then drop in the prepared veggies. Stir it up and serve!! How easy is that?!
29 thoughts on “Sugar Snap Pea Slaw”
Really easy … thanks for the recipe
What a great way how to clean out the fridge! 😉❤️ Lovely slaw, Rhonda! Hugs from us! 👶
Thanks Vero– am looking forward to hearing about your trip when you get home and have time!!! Hope it’s the best! xo
Thank you! I will definitely do, when I am back home 🙂 Hugs from here!!
Oh my goodness Rhonda this salad is amazing and the dressing is perfect I just love sugar snap peas. So yummy!!
Me too Suzanne. They just come in little plastic bags at our market. Wish we had fresh– maybe next year if we get our garden going!! love hearing from you Suzanne– do yo know that your are my “oldest” blog-friend. I feel like I’ve known you forever! Hope all’s well in Brooklyn!! xo
That’s amazing, time just whizzes by omg we have known each other for a while. It’s so funny never having met I do feel like i have.
Maybe one day we’ll get to come stay at your Ari BnB (are you still doing that??) Would love to meet you and Percy! xo
Oh would love that, yes still doing it. That would be so much fun!!
Gosh — this is right up my alley, such DELICIOUS and healthy ingredients!!! thank you thank you! 🙂 🙂
so kind! love hearing from you… xo
Looks crisp and crunchy! The dressing sounds so much healthier than most, too. Thanks for your creative ideas! 🙂
You’re so sweet Marcia! thanks thanks. Just got Beartown from the library (quthor of A Man Called Ove). Have you read it? And– I just heard they are making an English version of the Ove movie with Tom Hanks! That should be fun! OK, hope all’s well with you friend. xox
I’m going to make this soon, Rhonda! It looks so yummy! I hope all is well your way. Blessings to you.
Hi Mary– we liked it & it held up well for leftovers! Hope you like it too! take care. xox
That’s wonderful to hear, Rhonda! I hope you are having a great week! ❤
Cleaning out the fridge recipes are where I shine. . . and so do you. I love how you make your own dressings.
Thanks Lacey– I know. Lately I’ve been trying to use up all the fridge extras– and empty out the freezer a bit!! I think it makes me feel like I’m saving money! And that makes me think — Our Aldi Still Has Not opened here. They are taking their time building that place! Waiting to try it on your good recommendation! hugs hugs!
It makes me feel like I’m saving money too.
Oh man I can’t wait for yours to open. I know they’ve been remodeling all the Aldi’s around here, and it seems like they’ve been under construction for months!
I’ll let you know when it opens up! It’s funny how we get attached to our markets– I feel like mine is my home away from home! take care Lacey!
Yes! And you know what they carry, and those things become staples in our homes.
Thank you for reminding me that I have a package of sugar snap peas in my fridge. Such an easy recipe – I will be making this tonight 🙂
Oh! I hope you like it! (it holds up well for leftovers too). xo
A gorgeous slaw Rhonda! Cleaning out the fridge dishes are the best! Thank you for sharing 😀 I hope you have been doing well.
I know Antonia! Don’t you feel smart and virtuous when you use things lingering in the fridge?? We’ve been fine here– having grandkids come in for the weekend! What are you up to? xox
Have fun and enjoy them! 😀
Hi Rhonda – oh yum! Looks crunch and good and I love that dressing recipe. Happy Saturday!
Thanks Kat! How was your weekend?? We had kids here– wtih their friends from China. It was sweet. hugs!
What a lovely tasty salad! Mmmmmmm!