Monday, March 28, 2011

Four Angled Beans And Tempeh Stir Fried


Four angled bean is a nice-glossy and sunshiny green veg. Crunchy in taste, can be eaten raw or a simply stir fry. For a lovely crunchy side dish, the beans were stir fried with tempeh (fermented soy beans) in a jiffy. First fry tempeh with a little salt till crispy and then stir fry with garlic and four angled beans. Surely a healthy side dish for rice.

Ingredients
1 packet (abt 120g) tempeh - cut into cubes
140g (about 10 pieces)  four angled beans - remove strings on both sides and cut diagonally
4 garlic - chopped
1 red chilli - remove seeds and sliced thinly
3 tbsp olive oil
Salt to taste.

Method:
In heated oil, fry tempeh till nice and brown in color.
Remove and keep aside.
In the same oil, saute garlic.
Add beans and season with salt. 
Quickly stir  for a couple of seconds.
Add  tempeh and sliced chilli.
One good stir and remove from heat.
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7 comments:

  1. Not really fond of tempe but like kacang botol. Fried with sambak belacan very yummy

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  2. wow...what a lovely combination ! loved it !

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  3. I never seen this type of veg. OMG! It looks so tasty!

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  4. Thanks the comments all, this beans is so reasonably priced that its a waste not to eat it, what more with the nutrients it contains.

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  5. This looks so appealing & healthy, Nava!

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  6. I love the vibrant green of this dish,have tasted similar dish here in Singapore.This bean is one of our favourite veggies,even it is a good source of veg protein

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