A winter stew that gives an introduction to long beans and chayote squash. Learn to use more new vegetables; they're good for you.

Step 1: Base Ingredients

Coarsely chop two onions, two serrano chilis, and a handful of garlic.

Add the onions and chilis to a hot oiled pot, and stir until the onions start to soften. Reserve the garlic to add later so more of its flavor will come through at the end. (Alternatively, add the garlic now if you want it to be extra-subtle.)
This is really good!!!!!!!
I'm glad you enjoyed it! Did you make any neat changes?
I had been wanting to try chayote squash and this was the perfect opportunity. Thanks Canida.<br/><br/>This was good, and very simple and especially quick to make!<br/><br/>By the by, Chayote = tasty. (I say tasty a lot, don't I? )<br/>
It's a useful word. ;)
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Not only does there need to be a group for recipes, but there should be a special "print ready" version of the instructable available...sorta like how Mapquest and all those driving direction sites have a different version of the information to print that would fit it organized on a page...i.e. for instructables, all of the different pictures with comments would be displayed sequentially (rather than the little thumbnails you are stuck with when attempting to print any instructable out...) all else you can't view everything...anyhow, I just joined (literally to make this comment) and I'm about to walk out the door, would anyone be able to point me to a place where I could suggest this to the webmasters? A forum or an instructable page, email etc? Thanks.
Hi! Thanks for your suggestion. Right now you can print by clicking on the "+ Print" link that is under the images of an Instructable next to "Email." This does almost what you want, but doesn't deal well with image notes or multiple images. We're working on a solution to that problem. How would a PDF work for you? As for a group for recipes, very soon we will be organizing the Instructables into a limited number of high-level categories. One of those categories is "Food." Stay tuned!
That was a speedy reply, thanks! I did notice the little print link under that, but as you said it doesn't do everything that my lil' heart desires hehe. A PDF would be awesome! But I'm sure other people would want to view all steps and comments on one page. I wouldn't mind downloading a PDF and keeping a little instructables archive personally. MWahaha! oh Yes! By the by, in a bit of time Instructables should release a compilation book of the most popular and useful instructables. I'm sure it would make a good bit of money and people would be happy!
Another good instructable. I still don't think I would eat it though... The pictures of the preparation and cooking look better than the booth photo. What kind of lights do you use? Do you use flash?
there needs to be a group for recipes
That's in the works- just wait for the next version of the site. Right now the groups are more for affinity searching than filtering, which I presume is what you're after.

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