Usually these two kinds are fried separately. I used to eat potatoes, eggplant, beans and pepper in the northeast. I ate with my friends in the field a few days ago. I ordered this dish. Eggplant fried beans. Eggplant is soft and waxy. Beans are crisp and tender. It’s very delicious, so I’ll cook them myself today


1 eggplant
150g long beans
Appropriate amount of onion, ginger and garlic
Proper amount of salt
Proper raw extract


Step 1
Prepare the materials as shown in the figure, break off the long beans and wash them, peel and slice the black long eggplant, and peel the garlic cloves (I also added a long pepper, which can be added or not)

Step 2
Boil the water in the pot, put the beans in and blanch the water. When the beans turn emerald green, take them out, and then pass the cold water (the restaurant's practice is that the beans are fried, but I don't want to eat too much oil myself, so my hot water depends on their preferences)

Step 3
Pour more oil in the frying pan than usual. Put the eggplant strips in and stir fry slowly over a low fire. After the eggplant strips are soft, put them out for standby (the hotel is also fried eggplant strips, and the frying is faster. I have less oil, so I can only stir fry slowly over a low fire. The specific amount of oil depends on their preferences)

Step 4
In another oil pan, add some pepper, add garlic and pepper and saute until fragrant

Step 5
Add boiled beans, stir fry until the beans become soft, and add fried eggplant strips

Step 6
Add an appropriate amount of salt, season with raw soy sauce (whether chicken essence is added or not depends on their preferences), and stir fry for 1 ~ 2 minutes

Step 7
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