How to make it

  • Break peppers into quarters, discarding the seeds.
  • Place A into small pot and bring to a simmer. This causes the black beans to swell and the flavor to come out. Chop the black beans finely.
  • Mix A and B in a small bowl; set aside for later use.
  • Heat a wok until very hot, then press peppers flat against the hot wok until they have a few black streaks. Turn off the heat when pepper is soft, wilted and of dull green color.
  • Add the bean mixture and mix it in as the wok sizzles. Add the vinegar.
  • Serve at room temperature.

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  • mommyluvs2cook 2 years ago
    Featured recipe 5/15/16 :)
    I love to buy Shishito peppers from Trader Joe's and this looks like a fantastic recipe to use them!
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  • elgourmand 7 years ago
    Nice flavor combo. RJ
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  • keni 7 years ago
    I love peppers of all kinds, but green, unless they are straight from my garden at just the right time, are my least favorite.... this would be a great way to prepare them and then add to other dishes,too, just like roasted red peppers. Great post! :)
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