среда, 20 апреля 2016 г.

Favorite Chinese Green Beans with Ground Turkey

Favorite Chinese Green Beans with Ground Turkey

Favorite Chinese Green Beans with Ground Turkey

Made tonight. Great flavors, Andi! I cooked a bit differently. I used a wok and cooked the ground turkey first so I could drain all the fat. (I used Jennie-O brand which ended up much more crumbled than your photo– I was thinking maybe you used turkey sausage, it was that different). It might have been my electric wok but I couldn’t get the green beans to cook to the ‘wrinkly’ stage, so I ended up finishing up/roasting them in my Infra-Wave at 400F for about 15-20 mins. Gosh, they were perfect! I also added thin sliced celery and carrot

I am a newly diagnosed heart failure patient. I’m now always looking for low sodium recipes. This was delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe online.

I’m sorry to hear about your diagnosis, but I’m happy if my recipes help you! I will admit that I do like my food pretty salty, but most times I call for salt to taste. As long as it doesn’t have bacon or sausage or something that it is inherently high in sodium, you should be able to adjust it to your needs. Thanks, Tara!

Love this recipe!!

I am really going to try your recipes and it look so good. I have made copies of your recipes to keep for my self.

I hope you like them, Pam. Thank you!!

Just made this again. So good. I think I will double the sauce next time and add mushrooms. We like it a little saucier.

Thank you, Jen! I like extra sauce too :)

Delicious, we make this recipe once a week.

I make this recipe at least twice a month — it’s becoming one of my all-time favorites! I usually add a bit more chili powder for some extra spice. Thanks for sharing it!

My daughter and I tried this recipe today and let’s just say she’s asked for 2nd’s, twice! It’s delicious and very flavorful! We tweaked the recipe by cutting back on the chili paste (used 1t vs 2T) as it has a little “kick” and we did not have any rice vinegar. At first we were going to substitute it with Apple Cider Vinegar, but when all was said and done, the dish was so good as is…it didn’t need anything else to enhance the already great flavor! Thanks for the great recipe. Is now a welcomed additon to our dinner… Read more »

So glad you liked it, Claudine! Thank you!!

These Chinese Green Beans with Ground Turkey are my readers’ favorite! This dinner is quick, flavorful, and healthy. I bet it will be a hit at your house!

I’ve mentioned that we live in San Francisco and are surrounded by AMAZING Asian cuisine, so we’re pretty picky about our Chinese food. When I saw a couple ground turkey stir fry recipes floating around, I thought turkey in an Asian-inspired dish seemed peculiar, but then I remembered having something similar that had ground pork instead. Pork. Turkey. What’s the difference, right? I’m so glad I decided to try these Chinese Green Beans with Ground Turkey because this easy meal was delicious! To make it even better, it takes less than 30 minutes to prepare, making it one of my best recipes for busy days!

My oldest usually turns his nose up at green beans when I make them, but he makes an exception for Chinese green beans. I can’t understand that kid. He won’t eat gravy or spaghetti sauce, but he loves sushi and anything smothered in black bean sauce. It’s hard to say he’s picky exactly. Maybe he just has discerning taste. He’s certainly growing up in the right city. We didn’t have a lot of Asian food options when I was a kid in Mississippi! Fortunately I’m making up for it as an adult.

This green bean stir fry was born for weeknights. If you can find Chinese long beans in your supermarket, those make the recipe taste even more authentic. If not, regular American green beans are perfect too. Just make sure they are fresh (not canned!) for a great result. If you don’t have fresh available, try frozen instead. However you make yours, I hope you love this Asian ground turkey recipe.

Prep Time

5 minutes

Cook Time

20 minutes

Prep Time

5 minutes

Cook Time

20 minutes



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Start rice cooking in lightly salted water.

When rice is about 15 minutes from done, heat large skillet over high heat. Add sesame oil, and sauté green onions and garlic for about 2 minutes. Stir in ground turkey and sauté 3-5 minutes, until meat is mostly cooked. Crumble meat as much as possible.

Stir in chili garlic sauce, hoisin sauce, and ginger. Add green beans and soy sauce, and stir to coat. Continue cooking over high heat for 7-9 minutes longer, stirring frequently, until beans are slightly tender.

Stir in rice vinegar, and cook one minute longer. Serve over cooked rice.

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Original article and pictures take http://wearychef.com/asian-greenbean-turkey-ricebowl site

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