Cooking Stir-Fried Pea Sprouts ( Easy Wok Recipe)

I absolutely love pea sprouts! These are the tiny thin shoots of garden pea plants which are normally served in Chinese restaurants. They are a bit crunchy when eaten raw (just like bean sprouts); and stringy when cooked with a hint of nutty flavor. I love them either way.

Cooking Pea Sprouts (Wok Recipe)

All the while, the only sprouts I knew existed were sprouts from mung bean. (I have such a small world. I know! haha! Check out my mung bean sprout recipe in my lumpiang togue post.) Recently though, I discovered that there is another vegetable sprout that is just enjoyable to eat – pea sprouts. I didn’t even know the peas have sprouts! Do you?

Anyway, these sprouts, just like togue (monggo bean sprouts), cook very fast. In fact, this recipe Cooking Like A Pro sharing with you can be done in about 10-15 minutes. If you have a wok, you’d be able to toss the sprouts better.  However, if you don’t have one, any cooking dish should do it. As long as you have the complete ingredients, you’ll do just fine.

Stir-Fried Pea Sprouts

Jaime Inez
Fresh Pea Sprouts are high in vitamins and minerals. Besides being rich in Vitamin C, they are also loaded with B vitamins, B6, and B9. They also contain large amounts of calcium and potassium. Whether eaten raw or cooked, they make a tasty, nutritious snack or meal. Aside from being low-calorie, they're also high in protein, chlorophyll, and fiber. They're a great addition to salads and other recipes.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Side Dish
Cuisine Filipino
Servings 4 servings
Calories 215 kcal


Steps in cooking pea sprouts:

  • In a small dish bowl add the following: water,fish sauce, oyster sauce. Set aside.
  • Saute' the garlic in a wok or pan with hot oil.
  • When the garlic turns golden, put the heat to low-medium.
  • Add in the shrimps.
  • Season the dish with a little fish sauce and pepper. Stir well.
  • Add the mixture you prepared in Step #1.
  • Let it simmer under low temp.
  • Add in the sprouts.
  • Bring the sauce to a boil.
  • Turn off the stove, cover the pan until serving time.
  • Serve with hot steamy rice.



(For the sauce: Mix water, fish sauce and oyster sauce in a small dish.)
That's it! A very simple recipe, from my home to yours. Remember me when you cook.
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About Pea Sprouts

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Growing peas indoors is easy and affordable. They’re nutrient-dense, and can be grown year-round without the use of expensive equipment. Here’s how! Start with seeds and follow these simple steps to grow delicious and healthy peas. You’ll be able to enjoy the taste and benefits of these tiny vegetables in no time. You’ll be amazed by the delicious and healthy snack!

Whether you prepare them with a vegetable or a dish, pea sprouts are a healthy and nutritious addition to your diet. You can even cook them and use them in other dishes. They’re delicious raw or in other ways. And they’re low in sodium, saturated fat, and cholesterol. And, you’ll be amazed at their nutritional content. They’re high in copper, folate, and vitamin C.

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To get pea sprouts, plant them in a seed tray. You can find them in Asian specialty grocery stores, as well as at farmer’s markets. Sprouts are best enjoyed in the shade until shoots appear. You can eat them on their own, but you’ll find that they taste best when mixed with other foods. You can add them to stir-fries, soups, and salads.

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Pea sprouts contain more protein than any other vegetable. Despite their small size, they have about two grams of protein in every cup of water. This is equal to the equivalent of one-third of an egg. So, if you’re looking to reduce your reliance on protein shakes and processed soy sources, try adding a few pea sprouts to your diet each day. They’ll be a great addition to your next salad!

Pea Sprouts are a popular snack. The pea plant grows from seeds, which you can eat. The pea sprouts are edible, and you can enjoy them throughout the year. These are low-calorie and nutrient-dense, and can be consumed raw or cooked. You can use the pea shoots whole or in salads. The sprouts can also be used to make peatini.

Pea shoots and pea seeds have different nutritional value. The shoots are the precursors to the pea pods, so you can eat them raw or cook them. Just make sure you don’t harvest too many peas, as they’ll produce tendrils and over-fibrous sprouts. The best way to eat peas is fresh, so it’s important to use them as much as possible.

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Pea sprouts are a delicious way to add vegetables to your diet. The sprouts are edible and contain many nutrients. They’re available as whole and in sprouted form. Just remember to eat them in moderation! The shorter your pea sprouts are, the more they’ll taste! A small amount of peas can be eaten raw, but they’re also a great addition to salads.

In the beginning, the pea sprouts are just the seeds. However, they’re the precursors to the pea pod. So, you can eat them whole or eat the shoots separately. After they have sprouted, they can be used in salads, stir-fries, and soups. They can be eaten raw or cooked. Just make sure they’re growing in water. They’re not edible and they are high in fat.

Fresh Pea Sprouts are high in vitamins and minerals, and they’re a popular addition to salads. They’re low-calorie and high-protein. They’re rich in iron and vitamin C. The high fiber content makes them a great source of fiber. Aside from being tasty, pea sprouts are also healthy and vegan. Aside from being low-calorie, they are packed with antioxidants.

Pea Sprouts are the young seedlings of the pea plant. They are not the same as pea tips, which are the mature pea plant’s growing tip. But they are still edible, and they’re a nutritious snack or meal! The sprouts can be cooked into a variety of ways. In salads, they can be added to stir-fries, and they can be eaten raw.