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Stir fry Long Beans with minced Pork


This is a very simple and easy to prepare stir-fry dish which can be done in a jiffy.



and it blends well with the Sweet Potato porridge which I posted earlier.

Recipe for Long Beans with minced Pork

Ingredients
  • 200 gm Long Beans  -  cut into bite sizes
  • 150 gm minced Pork
  • 3 pips of Garlic  -  chopped
  • 1/2  Teasp. Oyster sauce
  • 1/4  Teasp. Sugar
  • 2   Teasp. ground bean paste  (Tau Cheong)
  • Oil for frying
  • Light soya sauce or Salt to taste
Method :
1.   Heat up the pan with about 1 Tablespoon of oil, toss in the chopped garlic and fry till aromatic, but not brown.
2.   Add in the ground bean paste, sugar, oyster sauce and minced pork and fry till the meat is cooked.
3.   Add in the long beans, stir-fry and sprinkle with a bit of water.  Fry till three quarter cooked, dish up.
4.   Serve with rice or plain porridge.

This dish goes well with the Taiwanese Porridge aka Sweet Potato Porridge 

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