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Chinese Stir Fry Green Beans with Pork, Ginger and Chiles
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11 INGREDIENTS • 7 STEPS • 20MINS

Chinese Stir Fry Green Beans with Pork, Ginger and Chiles

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The key to getting that beautiful blistered texture on these stir fry green beans (and any wok-fired dish, for that matter) is to get the pan smoking hot, and not “crowd” it by adding too much food at once. The stir fry green beans make for a delicious veg-packed main course over rice.
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The key to getting that beautiful blistered texture on these stir fry green beans (and any wok-fired dish, for that matter) is to get the pan smoking hot, and not “crowd” it by adding too much food at once. The stir fry green beans make for a delicious veg-packed main course over rice.
20MINS
Total Time
$3.41
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
1
US / Metric
Coconut Oil
1/4 cup
Coconut Oil
or Canola Oil
Fresh Ginger
2 Tbsp
Fresh Ginger, minced, peeled
Red Chili Pepper
1
Red Chili Pepper, de-stemmed, minced
or Green Chili
Soy Sauce
1/2 Tbsp
Soy Sauce
or Gluten Free Tamari
Chicken Stock
2 Tbsp
Chicken Stock
or White Wine
Kosher Salt
to taste
Egg
to taste
Eggs, fried
Brown Rice
to taste
Brown Rice, cooked
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
991
Fat
81.5 g
Protein
30.7 g
Carbs
40.7 g
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step 1
In the largest skillet you have (at least 12 inches in diameter), over high heat warm 2 tablespoons of the Coconut Oil (1/4 cup). Let it get nice and hot.
step 1 In the largest skillet you have (at least 12 inches in diameter), over high heat warm 2 tablespoons of the Coconut Oil (1/4 cup). Let it get nice and hot.
step 2
Add the tipped, tailed, and halved Green Beans (4 cups) and cook, stirring, until they're charred in spots and just tender, about 5 minutes. Transfer the beans to a bowl and set them aside.
step 2 Add the tipped, tailed, and halved Green Beans (4 cups) and cook, stirring, until they're charred in spots and just tender, about 5 minutes. Transfer the beans to a bowl and set them aside.
step 3
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Dairy-Free
Asian
Comfort Food
Lunch
Healthy
Shellfish-Free
Dinner
Pork
One-Pot
Quick & Easy
Side Dish
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