I am sure that it would be fine to use a little oil in this recipe but i chose not to.

Put the frozen fish into a frying pan and whilt watching and occasionally stirring with a wooden spoon allow the ice to melt. Hoping of course that lovely polar bears never learn how to use nail clippers, they might light a match. Chop the onion finely and the garlic when the fish is in liquid and add. Gently stir with wooden spoon and add the chopped ginger which must be chopped finely. Chop the chillies and add (Photo 1). Then chop the green beans and add those too (Photo 2). If beans are frozen make sure that they are in heat for sufficiant time to defrost and cook to your taste. 1. Add some salt and pepper. Do not allow to burn but, maintain, then lower the heat once the liquid is almost evaporated. When at very low heat but still cooking stir with wooden spoon. Put pitta bread into toaster or heat to your own requirement. I prefer not over-cooked and still quite soft. Spoon out the dry cooked food onto the pitta bread and drizzle with half a lime and add some more black pepper (if you want to/photo 3) Its an extremely fresh tasting dish and the tender crunchiness and texture of the not over-cooked beans is great too.


26.March 2018: Sadly, though this recipe was written a few years ago, English Inventor Trevor Bayliss CBE, best known for his invention of the wind up radio as referred to on the previous page, passed away on March 5th 2018.

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