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芸豆土豆炖排骨 – Stewed Pork with Potatoes & Runner Beans

Stewed Pork with Potatoes & Runner Beans 芸豆土豆炖排骨(Yúndòu tǔdòu dùn páigǔ)






Makes 1 pot



Runner Beans 500g
Potatoes 2 medium
Pork Rib Appropriate amount (Up to you, lol!)
Ginger 2 large slices
Star Anise 1
Doubanjiang To taste
Salt To taste
Sugar To taste
MSG To taste
Fermented Soybean To taste



Method (Go to the original page for the picture instructions ~):




  1. Prepare all the ingredients. Peel and cut the potatoes, pinch the strings off the runner beans and cut into 2 inches sections. Cut the ribs in 1.5 inch chunks and soak in cold water to remove blood


  1. In a cold wok splash some oil and stir fry the runner beans with the spices. Stir, ah, stir, ah, until it’s sizzling


  1. Once a portion of the runner beans have turned a darker green colour, place the pork ribs and salt in. Continue to stir fry.


  1. Once all the runner beans are a deep green colour, pour in the doubanjiang


  1. Once the doubanjiang is stirred in, dropped in the peeled and cut potatoes. Stir every now and then to prevent sticking


  1. Add water or pork bone broth until the liquid is level with the pork bones. Add sugar and stew over a low fire for 20 to 30 minutes. Check the flavor and add salt to taste


  1. Once the sauce has thickened and the runner beans turned a wilter brown, the pork bones would be done. Switch off the fire and scatter a small amount of MSG


  1. It’s done! Let’s eat!



For picture instructions, go to: meishichina



This recipe is mentioned in The Feast, Chapter 257.


Have fun cooking and eating!




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