Very easy and quick. Used a banna pepper and added Sriraccha Hot Sauce just a little. I will made this again but using less sugar. I do believe next time I ill add oother items I have growing in the garden.
These were really good, and a nice change of pace for the same old green beans. The flavor was pretty subtle; I think next time I will either increase the salt/sugar combo or add red pepper as another reviewer suggested. I used frozen bell pepper, which may have watered down the flavor a bit, too. Thanks for posting; we really enjoyed this! Made for the Mischief Makers, ZWT 6.
A little gem of a dish; very easy, very tasty. I added a few baby sweetcorn cobs too.
Simple, quick and delicious. I liked the fact that the flavors were uncomplicated which allowed me to match it well with an Asian marinated pork chop. I used the water in preparation and cut the oil a bit as I was using a non-stick wok. Thanks Mama.
Quick and very easy! I did add fresh grated ginger and used soy in place of the salt!
This is wonderful! I added 2 cloves chopped garlic and some red pepper flakes for heat. Used red pepper and it was great!
I agree with NoraMarie, they are very simple and went very nicely with Kung Pao Chicken Kung Pao Chicken. I made these using a 12 oz bag of frozen Haricots Verts which I rinsed in cold water and then drained well before adding to the pan. I did not add the water but just stir fried them until well heated about 3 minutes. Also, since I was serving these with the Kung Pao Chicken, I used sesame oil for the vegetable oil and then sprinkled them lightly with sesame seeds.
These were simple to do and oh so tasty.