I know these as "long beans," but they are also sold as "Moroccan beans". They are like flat string beans. I thinly slice them on the diagonal.
Boil shirataki (konyaku noodles) and strain, then cut into easily edible sizes.
Cut the pork into small pieces.
Add sesame oil to frying pan and fry red chili peppers on medium-flame heat. When the chili becomes slightly aromatic, add the pork and increase to high heat.
Add the beans and after coating them in oil, add the konyaku and dashi (Japanese soup stock), and add the ★ ingredients in the order listed.
It's done when the liquid completely disappears.
Garnish with thinly sliced red chili peppers.
User "Mei21" used string beans.
These are the ingredients.
Story Behind this Recipe
This is adapted from my mother's recipe. Its a shame it can only be enjoyed when Moroccan beans are in season.
Once you add the pork, you can heat it on high heat. Since the amount of beans varies from store to store, adjust the seasoning to taste. For those cooking for kids, leave the red hot peppers out. Note: You can also use regular string beans.