I have always wanted to find a Chinese recipe that is easy to make at home to substitute the often stomach pain inducing greasiness and heaviness of delivery or restaurant food. Of course, to be fair, not all Chinese restaurants are terrible, but I find the better quality ones are usually pricier and they're nowhere near where I live.
So I find myself sometimes in a pickle. I'll crave Chinese food, but know full well that if I act upon that craving it will end in misery. But, now with this Szechuan Green Beans with Ground Pork recipe, I can just make it myself. While I can't claim it's authentic, it is delicious – one of the best meals hands down I've made in a while. It's full of flavor, though not as spicy as you might expect for it being “szechuan” and less than 300 calories per serving.
I rarely make the same thing twice around here, but this is going to become a simple, quick, excellent regular in our house.