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Table of Contents:
- Is Hoppin a Creole?
- Do you have to blanch purple hull peas before freezing?
- Can you put up purple hull peas without blanching?
- Is it OK to freeze peas without blanching?
- Can you freeze snap peas without blanching?
- How do you know if snap peas are bad?
- Is it OK to eat snap peas with white spots?
- Do sugar snap peas come back every year?
- Do I need to peel sugar snap peas?
- Do you have to cut the ends off snow peas?
- What's the difference between snow peas and sugar snap peas?
- Why are sugar snap peas stringy?
- How do you julienne sugar snap peas?
Is Hoppin a Creole?
The French Creole term for pigeon peas is “pois a pigeon,” which is pronounced “pwah peeJon.” This may have sounded like “Hoppin' John” to English speaking Southerners. The dish has been called Hoppin' John ever since the early 1800s.
Do you have to blanch purple hull peas before freezing?
Peas frozen without blanching will be mushier and lose much more flavor. Fill a blanching pot with water and bring it to a rolling boil. ... To freeze purple hull peas, blanch in boiling water for 2 minutes, then immediately place in a bowl of ice water. Drain and transfer to a freezer-safe airtight container for freezing.
Can you put up purple hull peas without blanching?
If you don't have a blanching pot you can put them in a colander or just straight into the pot. Let them sit in the boiling water for 2 minutes, do not boil them longer.
Is it OK to freeze peas without blanching?
If, however, you find yourself with a bountiful harvest of fresh peas and no time to blanch, you can freeze fresh peas without blanching them first. You should use unblanched frozen peas within four to six weeks of freezing; they lose color, flavor and nutrition the longer they are stored. Shell the peas.
Can you freeze snap peas without blanching?
The fresh peas can now be eaten raw, stir-fried, steamed, stored in a plastic bag in the refrigerator for two weeks or frozen. The peas must be blanched before storing in the freezer.
How do you know if snap peas are bad?
Signs of bad cooked peas are a sour smell and a white colored liquid surrounding the peas. Signs of bad frozen peas are a white skin (freezer burn) and a wrinkled texture. Plus, there will be lots of ice surrounding peas that have been in the freezer too long.
Is it OK to eat snap peas with white spots?
When buying snap peas or snow peas, don't take any notice of the white spots that you sometimes see on the pods. They are no indication that the vegetables are off or past their best.
Do sugar snap peas come back every year?
Sweet peas grow as annuals throughout U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 to 10. They are best started in the cooler months, as soon as the ground can be worked, as the plants prefer cool ground in which to germinate.
Do I need to peel sugar snap peas?
Although stringless varieties are available, most sugar snap peas need to have the stringy seams removed before eating. You can usually use your fingers to do the job, but a paring knife works well on stubborn strings.
Do you have to cut the ends off snow peas?
It's important to trim off the stems of snow peas because the stems will be tough. The stem end will have a small cap on the end, perhaps with a short stem attached. Leave the other end (the end with a slight curl to it) intact for now.
What's the difference between snow peas and sugar snap peas?
The main difference in regard to flavor is their level of sweetness. Snow peas are a slightly tender — yet crisp — sweet pea. Sugar snap peas are also tender yet crisp but tend to have a sweeter flavor profile, as they're crossed with the garden pea.
Why are sugar snap peas stringy?
Stringless peas are weaker in the heat, so plant stringless for your early and a stringy for your later spring succession. The shorter the plants, the earlier they tend to produce: Sugar Anne and Sugar Sprint are some of the shortest plants, with little interest in trellising, but they produce earlier.
How do you julienne sugar snap peas?
Julienne might seems like a fancy word but it just means to thinly slice in strips. You stack the snap peas on top of each other and thinly slice them at angle. For the radishes you have to slice them into rounds first, then stack them and slice into thin strips. Slicing the veggies is the majority of the work.
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