Traditional Chinese medicine believes that bean vegetables are sweet and flat in nature. They have the effects of removing dampness and tonifying the spleen, regulating the digestive system, tonifying the kidney and relieving diarrhea, supplementing qi and generating fluid. They are especially suitable for people with weak spleen and stomach. Modern nutritional data show that its protein content is higher than that of ordinary vegetables, and the contents of various vitamins and minerals are also rich. Therefore, beans are also known as “meat in vegetables”.


500g beans
150g pork (lean)
Proper oil
15g scallion
5g salt
15g ginger
1 clove garlic
1 tbsp soy sauce
A little monosodium glutamate


Step 1
Pinch both ends of beans, tear off tendons and wash

Step 2
Bean oblique knife shredding

Step 3
Shredded pork, chopped scallion, chopped scallion, sliced garlic, chopped ginger

Step 4
Heat the wok with oil, add shredded meat and stir fry until white, add onion, ginger and garlic and stir fry until fragrant

Step 5
Add shredded beans, stir fry until soft, add salt, water and soy sauce, cover the pot, simmer over medium and low heat for 5-6 minutes, until the beans are ripe, add monosodium glutamate, stir fry evenly, put them on a plate