Scissors make snipping the beans into 4-inch lengths a breeze. Use plain sesame oil, not toasted.
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I even added a sliced jalapeno and it was not that spicy!
Love this recipe. I like spicy food, so I added a bit more red pepper flakes, ginger and garlic. Great main dish. For a simple side dish, leave out the shrimp, add more beans, and stir fry until almost dry. I use my wok a lot; this is perfect in a wok.
i have been making this dish for over a year when i saw it in the fine cooking mag last june/july 09. i love making this dish for myself family and friends. everyone enjoys this meal.3
We really didn't like this. I usually LOVE everything from your magazine. I would suggest recommending only Lee Kum Kee chinese sauces in your recipes. They are by far the best. Our recipe did look like the picture however if I did it again, I would not marinate the shrimp and just use Lee Kum Kee's chili garlic sauce or black bean sauce.
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