Stir fry meals are ideal for weeknight dinners, when time is short. Shrimp and vegetables are quickly stir-fried together, then tossed with noodles at the end. The snow peas used in this recipe are also called Chinese pea pods because they are often used in stir fries. The peas inside are small and can be eaten raw or cooked. You eat the whole pod, cutting off the stringy ends. You could substitute rice for pasta if you want, but that will take longer unless you use instant rice.
This stir-fry is a good example of the Chinese-American style called lo mein, where meat and vegetables are quickly cooked together and then the whole dish is tossed with noodles at the end. Look for the egg noodles in the Asian aisle of well-stocked grocery stores.... Read More