15 Minutes – Stir Fried Long Beans With Broccoli

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15 Minutes – Stir Fried Long Beans With Brocolli
Another 15 minutes dish for my dear daughter to bring to work.
Since 10 am I did not utter one single word.  Don’t fret out, I am not sick.
Because I am all alone in the house.  Husband went overseas,
son went to college and daughter went to work.  Anyway will be
having dinner with them in the evening.  Later must remember to text
my dear husband that I have washed and cleaned the bathroom
all by myself to kill my boredom while he is away and both my arms hurts…..
🙁   meaning that I have not been doing the washing and cleaning of bathrooms
for many years.  All these years, it is the responsibility of my husband.
He is fanatic of cleanliness…..well, it is a good thing for me because
I do not have to do this tiring work   🙂   …he he he
Half handful of Long Beans – Wash.
Small size of Broccoli – Wash.
Cut the Long Beans into small pieces.
Cut the Broccoli in small pieces.
Heat up the wok with cooking oil.
Once heated up, pour in the Broccoli and cook for 1 minute.
Then pour in the Long Beans and cook further another 2 minutes.
Pour in half cup of water and cook the Broccoli with Long Beans push
at one side because Broccoli takes longer to cook. Once you notice or
tested that the Broccoli is cooked, then push back the Long Beans
to the Broccoli and cook further for 1 minutes.
Pour in 3/4 tablespoon of Oyster Sauce.
Stir fry for a short while or until all cooked and then dish out.
Since I am cooking all these foods for my daughter to bring to work,
I think I am going to cook more for me to bring to work.
Something for me to ponder further since today I am all alone.
Have a nice wonderful weekend.
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