Another day of work, another 6 a.m. cooking. Well, on this day it was actually 6:15 a.m., because I woke up late. I decided to make some quick Asian-style stir-fry green beans for lunch. It’s a very simple dish that doesn’t require a lot of ingredients. This version is very light on the seasoning because I didn’t want the dish to come off with a strong smell when heating it up at work. When bringing food to the office, I try to be courteous since there are people who are sensitive to smell. This took about 30 minutes to make. I’m sure it would take a lot less time, but I’m pretty slow at cooking.
First things first, cook rice! The worse thing that can happen is to finish cooking, and you realized that you forgot to make rice (I’ve done it before).
1 cup of long green beans – cut roughly 1 inch
3 gloves of garlic – minced
1 long green onion/spring onion – chopped
1 tbs light soy sauce
1/2 tbs oyster sauce
1/2 tbs sugar (to balance out the saltiness from the soy sauce & oyster sauce)
1 tbs of sesame oil Continue reading “6 am Cooking: Stir-fry green beans”