“Framis” Version 2.0: a great stirfry (in fewer than 15 minutes!)
September 5, 2008 § 1 Comment
Last weekend I zipped over to the farmers’ market and while I piled at least a dozen yellow, orange, and bright red tomatoes into my tote bag, I couldn’t help but notice a little cardboard box hidden behind some heirloom pepper varieties. The box was filled with gorgeous purple, yellow, and green beans! Naturally, I had to buy at least 4 handfuls.
Normally I steam some green beans and then throw them in a skillet with some sauteed onions and garlic and butter. But yesterday I decided to try something new and it was FABULOUS!
1. Chop green beans into bite-sized pieces. Over a double boiler, steam until al dente (approximately 7 minutes).
2. Meanwhile, cut up a onion and saute on stove with a splash of olive oil and sesame oil until wilted (about five minutes). Add garlic.
3. Drain green beans and combine into stir fry. Stir thoroughly, ensuring that each bean is covered with oil and garlic.
4. In a separate dish, beat egg. Pour batter in with veggies and stir until the egg has set. Top with cheese and remove from heat.
5. Top with tomatoes, pre-cooked black beans, avocado, cilantro and scallions.
* If on the SCD-diet, black beans must be soaked for 24 hours prior to cooking time. If using canned beans, be sure to drain and rinse thoroughly before use.
Diet Notes: SCD-safe, nut-free, gluten-free