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Sichuan style green beans are tasty, but they usually require a wok and a good bit of cooking oil. If you don't own a wok (or simply don't want to deal with a bunch of oil) they may seem out of your grasp but, over at Serious Eats, Kenji (of Food Lab fame) has devised a way to get vibrant, blistered beans using your broiler.

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Sichuan style green beans are tasty, but they usually require a wok and a good bit of cooking oil. If you don't own a wok (or simply don't want to deal with a bunch of oil) they may seem out of your grasp but, over at Serious Eats, Kenji (of Food Lab fame) has devised a way to get vibrant, blistered beans using your broiler.