Snake beans are removed from both ends, washed and cut into sections.
The tomatoes are boiled in boiling water for half a minute and peeled and cut into pieces.
Put about 40 grams of oil in the wok, stir fry the pepper. Remove the pepper and keep only the oil.
Open the small fire fried star anise, chopped green onion and minced garlic (the amount of minced garlic is large, this time first put half)
After the chopped green onion is discolored, pour in the beans and tomatoes, change the fire, stir fry a few times, pour in the old soy sauce, sugar (fresh flavor) and salt, then stir fry for one minute.
Pour the water, the height has just passed the bean.
Wait until the broth in the pot is boiling to change to the minimum fire, and loosely spread the spaghetti. Cover the lid for 10 minutes.
Open the lid, turn the noodles with chopsticks, and sprinkle with the remaining minced garlic. Add the lid and suffocate for about 10 minutes.
Wait until the soup in the pot is dry to turn off the fire. Use chopsticks to shake the noodles and mix them evenly with the beans.
The noodles are dry and fragrant, so you can't invade the noodles, but use the steam of the soup to cook them. Finally, you can "stain" the noodles with the soup that remains on the surface of the beans.