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Stir-Fry Snap Beans

"The recipe for this delicious dish came from a Chinese student who lived with us."
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15 m servings
Original recipe yields 2 servings

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  1. In a small skillet, saute beans in canola oil for 5 minutes. Add the soy sauce, sesame seeds, sesame oil if desired, garlic powder, onion powder and pepper. Cook and stir 1-2 minutes longer or until beans are tender and evenly coated with soy sauce mixture. Serve immediately.

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I didnt have greenbeans so i basically used the sauce as a base for other stir fry! Turned out great! I think i'll be using this when im cravin some home-done stir fry stuff =) I made it with ch...

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This was just okay for me. I was hoping it would be more like the kind I get from my chinese take-out. I even added carrots, fresh garlic and waterchestnuts. I used 100% pure sesame oil and fres...

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I didnt have greenbeans so i basically used the sauce as a base for other stir fry! Turned out great! I think i'll be using this when im cravin some home-done stir fry stuff =) I made it with ch...

We loved this and couldn't get enough. Although it didn't seem to make too much sauce. We ended up doubling it.

Very quick meal. I sliced up some pork loin added to it and doubled the sauce ingredients. I also popped the beans into the microwave for a quick steam before adding to the pan as we like our ...

I tweaked the recipe since I didn't have fresh green beans (only those frozen organic ones from Costco). I threw the beans in the hot oil and just made sure that they didn't get mushy. These bea...

This was just okay for me. I was hoping it would be more like the kind I get from my chinese take-out. I even added carrots, fresh garlic and waterchestnuts. I used 100% pure sesame oil and fres...

Both my husband and I loved these, the soy sauce, almonds and sesame seeds were a perfect combo w/the string beans. I would definitely make these again.

These were sooooooooo good they took longer than 10 min to cook though! but the were VERY good!

Good recipe. I spiced it up by adding 1/2 tsp ginger powder, a squirt of lemon, minced garlic, chopped onion instead of powder & tofu :)

This was just great! My kids and boyfriend loved them...and they do not like green food...:) Thanks for sharing!