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Stir-fry baby French Beans with minced pork ~ 四季豆炒肉碎 .


What is best for dinner in this hot and hazy weather but a bowl of  plain white porridge served with some omelette and a vegetable dish on the side. .....Stir-fry baby French Beans with minced pork.







Recipe for Stir-fry baby French Beans with minced pork  ~  四季豆炒肉碎 .

Ingredients

  • 100 gm baby French Beans
  • 100 gm minced pork
  • 30 gm preserved radish
  • 3 pips of garlic, chopped
Seasoning for minced pork
  • 1/4 tsp each of salt and sugar
  • 1/2 tsp light soya sauce and a dash of pepper
Method
  1. Heat up some oil in a wok and saute the garlic till fragrant.
  2. Toss in the preserved radish, stir-fry.
  3. Add in the seasoned minced pork, stir-fry till cooked.
  4. Add in the baby French beans and fry till just cooked.
  5. Fine tune to taste and dish out on serving plate.
  6. Serve with white rice or porridge.  






Comments

  1. A great dish to go with some garlic rice!

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  2. Cheah, Is very hazy today. Hope to have this delicious and simple dish on my dinning table too. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. I would like such thing! Looks very yummy!

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