Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Stir Fried Shrimps with Green Beans

This is one of our favorite green bean dishes, besides the one that cooked with sambal belacan. Sometimes I cooked it without adding shrimps because it had dried shrimps in it.  But adding shrimps certainly made it more balance.

The trick to cook a crunchy and green color green bean is you need to fry it in oil first.  You can deep-fry it for better result.  But I usually trying to save oil and just stir-fry it in oil instead of deep-fry it.  This dish is very easy to make and I hope you like it as much as us.


1 bowl of green beans, washed and cut diagonally
12 larger shrimps
3 cloves of garlic, minced
1/4 cup of dried shrimps, pre-soaked until soften
1 Tbsp. dark soy sauce
2 Tbsp. LKK oyster sauce


1.  Heat up your wok, when heated, add a little oil.  Add in the shrimps and stir-fry until cooked.  Dish out and set aside.

2.  In the same wok, add in more oil if needed, add in dried shrimps, stir-fry until fragrant, add in garlic, stir-fry for few seconds, then add the green beans.  Stir-fry until green beans are cooked and crunchy.  Add in the shrimps.

3.  Season to taste with oyster sauce and dark soy sauce.  Mix well and serve hot!


tigerfish said...

That is why those eateries/restaurants dishes such as Four Seasons Green/Long Beans are so good cos they deep-fry in oil first. Hard to do at home :O I usually just stir-fry as well.

PH said...

This is also one of my favourite vegetable dishes.

Noob Cook said...

Welcome back! I love this simple stir fry :)

Unknown said...

Oh yum, this is almost too simple! I reckon I could do this for my next dinner party as an easy entree. :)
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