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Taking Green Beans, Vidalia Onion, and Peppers for a Wok
• 1 lb Green Beans
• ½ Medium Green Pepper
• ½ Medium Red Pepper
• ½ Medium Yellow Pepper
• ½ Medium Purple Pepper
• ½ Small Vidalia Onion
• 2 Tbs Olive Oil
• 2 Tbs Red Wine Vinegar
• 2 tsp Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
InstructionsSlice the peppers into thin strips.
Chop the vidalia onion.
Steam the green beans for 9 minutes and cool. Green beans can be steamed up to 24 hours prior to the stir fry. Just keep them refrigerated.This recipe is cooked in the small egg. The wok has a 13" diameter and snuggles perfectly into the fire ring.Use direct heat for stir fry. Get the temperature in the egg to 450F to 500F and heat the wok. The wok is ready for stir fry when water flicked onto the wok dances.The stir fry takes a total of 5 to 7 minutes. Adjust your time to your taste.
Add the olive oil and red wine vinegar.
Add the vidalia onion and toss for approximately 30 seconds.
Add the peppers and toss for approximately 30 seconds.
Add the green beans and toss for approximately 30 seconds.
Add the crushed red pepper flakes.
Continue to toss until done.NotesPlay with the veggies mix. Use what you like. I'm sure the variations are endless. Enjoy.Number of Servings: Time to Prepare: