We wanted to use our fresh pea pods as soon as we got them home, preferably in a manner that doesn’t get in the way of the fresh-from-the-farm taste. We thought about just eating them raw, but decided that might be too minimal; instead, we went for the quick blackening and a simple dipping sauce.
This isn’t necessarily a recipe, just a great way to prepare very fresh vegetables quite quickly; you can be snacking on them in about 5 minutes. And, that includes making the sauce.
Tamari sauce is just naturally fermented soy sauce and it tastes quite a bit different from the national brands of soy sauce. We prefer the San-J brand, but you should try a few to see what you like.
Procedure in detail:
These’s no real need for any detail for this recipe, is there? We’ll just put up a few photos.
We really like these peas. Super-simple, but still nice and fresh tasting. When you start with great produce, the only way you can mess it up it is to try to do too much. An easy five stars.