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Sunday, August 07, 2005

Lueen Kuan Tar Chee Pak Kwai

A flowery name has to be given to this simple dish which is long beans fried with minced pork. It's origin could be sichuan as it is spicy. 'Lueen' means young, 'kuan' is a baton, 'Chee Pak Kwai' is the piggy god in the chinese legend - The monkey god. 'Tar' is to beat or fight. so, figure it out.

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Ingredients:

1 lb of long beans, washed and cut into 3 inches in length
1 lb of minced pork
2 shallots - chopped
4 cloves garlic - chopped
2 tbsp of chopped sichuan vegetable(char choy)
2 tbsp of black bean chili sauce
1 tbsp of chopped fresh chilly(optional)
1 tbsp of soya sauce
1 tsp of sugar
1/2 tsp of pepper
1/2 cup of water/stock
1/2 cup oil(for frying the long beans)

Method:

Heat 1/2 cup of oil and when oil is hot, put in a handful of long beans and fry until they are soft. Dish out and repeat.

Remove oil leaving about 2 tbsp, add in shallots and garlic and stir fry.

Add in black bean chili sauce and fry until fragrant.

Add in minced pork and sichuan vegetable, stir fry until pork is cooked through.

Add in water, soya sauce, sugar and pepper. Cook until most of the liquid has evaporated.

Add in the fried long beans and chopped fresh chilly if using.

Serve with white rice.

Serves

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Lily,
Please pardon me! I would suppose your yummy dish name is 亂棍打死豬八戒, is 亂 not 嫩 as these two words sound similar in Cantonese!
I hope you read Chinese, as 亂 means 'disorderly'.

Regards,
PurpleVicks

lilyng said...

purplevicks


i don't read chinese and i know the 'lueen' here means young and not disorderly. i know they sound alike.

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