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Indulge in the ultimate stir-fried delight with this irresistible combination of savory minced pork, vibrant bell peppers, crisp long beans, and a perfectly fried egg. Each bite offers a tantalizing blend of flavors, from the juicy and tender pork to the crunchy vegetables that burst with freshness.

Prepare to be amazed by the simplicity and speed of this dish, making it an ideal choice for a quick weeknight dinner or a satisfying lunch option. The secret lies in the harmonious marriage of fragrant spices and aromatic herbs, transforming a handful of ingredients into a symphony of taste.

Serve this delectable creation over a bed of steaming white rice, allowing the flavors to meld together and create a wholesome and fulfilling meal. With its delightful combination of textures and flavors, this stir-fried minced pork with bell peppers, long beans, and a fried egg is guaranteed to become a favorite among your family and friends. Get ready to savor every mouthwatering bite!


  1. 250g Minced Pork

  2. 3 Cloves Garlic

  3. 1tb Grated Ginger

  4. 1/2 Red Onion

  5. 1/2 Bell Pepper

  6. 2tb Oyster Sauce

  7. 1ts White Pepper

  8. Rice

  9. Long Beans

  10. 2 Eggs


  1. Start by peeling and mincing 3 cloves of garlic.

  2. Peel and mince up 1/2 a red onion.

  3. Prep your bell pepper into bite size pieces.

  4. On a hot pan/wok add in a little bit of oil over high heat and stir fry your minced pork till all its water has evaporated and the pork has turned golden and crispy. Set aside.

  5. In the same pan/wok add in a little bit more oil and add in your minced garlic, onions and bell peppers and 1tb of grated ginger. Stir fry over high heat for 2-3 minutes till the peppers are just about cooked through.

  6. Add in your cooked pork along with 2tb of oyster sauce, 1ts of white pepper and salt to taste. Give it a good stir and continue to stir fry for an additional 2-3 mintues till cooked through and perfectly coated in that yummy sauce.

  7. Fry up some long beans and a fried egg and you are pretty much done.

Plate up and enjoy! If you enjoy a little spice, try adding in a little bit of lao gan ma to amp up the flavours!

Happy Cooking!

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