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Green Bean Vermicelli Can Be Delicious Not Only when Boiled but Also when Stir-fried

Today I want to share with you a magical dish that can be eaten as a main course or as a side dish. It's called stir-fried vegetables with mung bean vermicelli. The vegetables used in this dish are very common household ingredients. You can add whatever you have in your fridge to make it. The taste is extraordinary and delicious.

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How are mung bean noodles made: stir-fried vegetables with mung bean vermicelli

Ingredients: celery, carrot, crab mushrooms, bean sprouts, green peppers, pork, mung bean vermicelli, onion, spring onion, ginger, chili oil, bean paste, soy sauce, water, and starch.


1. Here are the ingredients we will need. We have bean sprouts, celery, carrot, and crab mushrooms. These are all leftovers from previous dishes we made. Peel and wash the celery and carrot. Clean the bean sprouts and set them aside.

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2. Soak the mung bean vermicelli in warm water. Do not use hot water, if you have plenty of time you can use cold water. If you don't have much time, use warm water. It takes about 10 minutes to soak properly.

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3. Cut the celery and carrot into thin strips. Do the same with the onion. Cut the pork into thin strips as well. Also cut the garlic, spring onion, and ginger into small pieces and set them aside.

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4. Let's make the sauce. In a small bowl, add bean paste, chili oil, soy sauce, starch, and water. Stir well.

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Cooking steps for stir-fried vegetables with mung bean vermicelli

1. Heat the cooking oil in a pan. Add the pork and stir-fry until it changes color. Remove the pork and set it aside. Keep the oil in the pan.

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2. Add the onion, carrot, and ginger to the pan. Stir-fry until fragrant. Add the carrot and stir-fry over medium heat.

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3. Add the bean sprouts, crab mushrooms, and celery to the pan. Stir-fry over medium heat.

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4. Add the soaked mung bean vermicelli. Cut the vermicelli with scissors if they are too long.

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5. Pour the sauce around the edge of the pan. Mix well with chopsticks. This dish made of green bean starch noodles can be eaten as a main course or as a side dish. The entire process takes less than 5 minutes.



  • The amount of all seasonings should be added according to personal taste. If you cannot eat spicy, you can omit the chili oil.

  • This dish is meant to be light, crisp and tender. Stir-fry it over high heat without dragging it out. The whole dish should take about 4 minutes to cook and the chosen vegetables should be simple and quick to cook.

  • The bean sprouts should be tender and crispy, while the bean vermicelli should be smooth and not lumpy. If there is too little juice, it may be difficult to mix in the oyster sauce. You can add a little water to increase the humidity and ensure that the vermicelli is evenly flavored.

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