They taste like a lighter version of a Chinese resturant's green beans. They were very good, although the flavor didn't stand out too much. Something was missing, maybe ginger or something more profound. It was not spicy at all, which was a good thing. The meal should add the flavor, these should harmonize well with it.
They were definitely classic Chinese cuisine, and stands out even among other delicious food. Be careful what you eat these with. To note how good they were, I found myself continuing to eat them even when I was full. I used pre-frozen cheap store green beans and the ingredients really made them taste great. That's quite a feat! Using a proper Wok and spreading them around allows for it all to cook evenly. It was very quick to prepare and cook, but I used a lot of the necessary Sesamie Oil and Oyster Sauce to make the meal, which are both becoming expensive. In the future I fully intend to cook these beans again, provided I can find something great to use them in.
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They taste like a lighter version of a Chinese resturant's green beans. They were very good,...