In order to make the green beans completely ripe, many people use fried food, and I use a microwave oven, which is healthy, fast and convenient, and delicious.
Wash the green beans, go to both ends, remove the tendons, smash into small pieces, wash, add appropriate amount of salt and mix well (less than the amount of seasoning beans).
Put it in a microwave for 6 minutes, then take it out and stir it to make the beans evenly heated.
According to the power adjustment time of the microwave oven of your own, it can be heated until the skin of the green beans is slightly wrinkled.
Heat the pan, pour the cold oil, put in the flat garlic cloves and chopped dry peppers (you can also smash the fine, because the family is not happy, easy to pull out), the fire is transferred to the medium fire.
Pick up the scent, add the minced meat, a little salt, stir fry.
Stir fry until the meat is completely discolored, add a spoonful of olives and stir fry a few times.
Pour in the green beans and stir-fry. At this time, pay attention to the fire, adjust to medium and small fire, and slowly stir-fry.
In the meantime, add a little soy sauce and finally season.
Out of the pot, plate.
Adding salt several times to make each ingredient taste just right, be careful not to overdo it.