GARLIC GREEN BEANS
Sauteed green beans seasoned with garlic, salt, and pepper in a 10-minute skillet. Healthy, fast, and easy to make: this green bean recipe is the perfect side dish.
String beans, often known as green beans, are a personal favorite of mine.
Making them at home is a breeze. From start to finish, this green bean recipe only took me 5 minutes!
This recipe is ideal for spring because the farmers market has an abundance of these ingredients. Throughout the year, you may find them in supermarkets and other food establishments.
GREEN BEANS: HOW DO I COOK THEM?
To make these Garlic Green Beans, you’ll only need a few simple ingredients, including:
- Minced garlic
- Ground pepper
In this recipe, I’m employing Chinese techniques. Flash cooking the beans yields the finest results in terms of texture.
In a hot wok or skillet, a short stir-fry and sauté will ensure that they retain their crispness and brilliant green color.
If you choose, you can cook them longer. Because they get wrinkled and brown after being “dry-fried,” green beans are referred to as “dry-fried” green beans in Chinese cuisine. Cooking fresh green beans in each of these ways is a delectable treat.
This is the quickest, easiest, and most accessible recipe you’ll ever find.
Go to the shop and get a lot to make this delicious side dish.
Plus, you can get all the nutrients you need in a single serving of this dish because of its low-calorie content and abundance of vitamins and minerals. There are only 9 grams of carbohydrates per serving, making it an excellent choice for dieters.
- 226 g of green beans
- 3 dashes of ground black or white pepper
- 2 cloves of minced garlic
- 1 tablespoon of oil
- Green beans should be trimmed at the top and bottom, then rinsed and placed aside.
- Sauté the garlic in a bit of oil in a skillet until it’s just starting to brown.
- Mix the green beans, season with salt and pepper, and simmer for a few more minutes.
- Serve right away on a serving platter.