In summer, what to eat every day is really a problem. One of the most troublesome things when buying vegetables every day is that several people in the family should eat this instead of that. It’s really difficult to fry too many vegetables, waste too much, and eat too little! However, the most annoying thing is to hear a word, whatever! How casual? It’s not ice cream!
A handful of string beans
A red pepper
A small piece of streaky pork
3 ginger slices
3 garlic cubes
20 ml corn oil
2 tablespoons cooking wine
1 tablespoon and a half chili sauce
1 tablespoon salt
Step 1Prepare materials. Remove the head and tail and bean tendons of string beans, and then clean them. Cut streaky pork into thin slices, clean and drain the water for standby. Wash red pepper, green onion, ginger and garlic and set aside.
Step 2Then pick the string beans into segments, pour a small half of the pot of water into the pot, put the string beans into segments, and then boil over high heat for blanching. Be sure to blanch a little. Green beans can't be raw. I'd rather blanch it.
Step 3Remove after blanching, drain and set aside.
Step 4Clean the pot and dry it with kitchen paper towel. Turn on medium heat, add drained sliced pork and start frying.
Step 5After frying the meat slices, you can pour in corn oil, so that the oil will not splash and is safer. Stir fry for a while.
Step 6Then put ginger slices and garlic slices (diced garlic) into the pot and stir fry until fragrant. Stir fry slightly for a while to make the meat slightly yellow and scorched. In this way, the final finished meat is scorched and fragrant. It is super delicious and not greasy at all.
Step 7Pour in cooking wine to remove the fishy smell, add chili sauce and stir fry to taste.
Step 8Then add the boiled green beans and stir fry them for half a minute.
Step 9Remove the handle and seeds of red pepper, cut it into blocks, add it and stir fry for 1 minute.
Step 10Finally, add salt to taste, stir fry for a while to melt the salt, and then turn off the fire.
Step 11Plate and sprinkle with scallions. With a little spicy sauce, fried pork slices with green beans are finished. Isn't it very simple.