Spicy Szechuan Green Beans Free PD Recipe and Cooking Video

Protective Diet’s Spicy Szechuan is a takeout lover’s dream come true. Dark and rich garlic gravy laced with chiles tossed with fresh green beans and rice noodles is a gluten and oil free dish that will satisfy cravings for takeout.

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  1. I’m not sure why I called this a salad last time, maybe because I’d recently made (and loved!) the Spicy Asian Noodle Salad. At any rate, I made this again using broccoli instead of green beans, and it was every bit as delicious that way! Such a quick and easy meal…

  2. I made this tonight and it was delicious! I didn’t have fresh green beans. I used a bag of fine green beans from aldi and a bag of asian style vegetables (onions, mushrooms, broccoli, and french cut green beans). I added lo mein noodles. It truly felt like a dish you would get at chinese take out. I ended up doubling the red pepper flakes and added cayenne because I’m crazy and like to sweat when I eat! 🙂 I would definitely make this again and recommend it to others!

  3. Well.. I did make this recipe! The gravy is OMG delicious! However I learned something making this dish. Julie says rice pasta is very absorbent. She is so right! When I added my rice noodles my gravy was gone! Grrr! Lol! So next time I may use another type of pasta so I can taste more of that yummy gravy!

  4. Love this video! I like the hot peppers 12, 13 haha and wow what a big yellow pepper! You guys looked like you had fun doing the video! Anyway I am not a huge spicy fan but I think I am going to start putting a little in my recipes! I want to try it who knows maybe I will start to like it:)

    Kristie Clark