Occasionally, from the owner of the familiar shop, I bought a mushroom, called Agaricus blazei, and the price is less than 1/30 of the Matsutake. The dried mushrooms are fragrant and fragrant, giving off a strong fragrance. It is a wild It’s full of subtle soil, the fragrance of the trees, the scent of these scent, and people can’t help but want to turn this lively scent into a dish, which is derived from the mountains. The fragrant smell overflows between the lips and tongue.
Pick fresh ribs with tight meat and smash them into small pieces and set aside for water. Ginger slices.
Take 10 Agaricus blazei with 20 ° C -35 ° C warm water soaked, which will make dry goods more easily absorb water and soften the bubble, but also make the amino acid fully decomposed, exudes fresh flavor. It is best not to take too long to soak. When the gypsum cover is softened, it should be picked up and drained.
Pork ribs and Agaricus blazei and ginger slices are kept in a cold water pot. Stew for 90 minutes on low heat. No other seasonings are needed. Sprinkle with salt at the right time. Sprinkle with chopped green onion when pan.
I have always used radish stew soup. I always feel that the taste of radish is too simple compared to fresh meat. I need a special spice from the octagonal cinnamon chicken to help, and Agaricus blazei is like magic. Simple ingredients are used to clean the soup. The cap is tender, the stipe is crisp, and 10 pieces of Agaricus blazei are just right with a pot of soup. I am afraid that it will cover up the smell of bone soup.
I heard that among all the fungi, Agaricus blazei Maxim. ranks first in improving human immunity and anti-cancer effect. It eats a lot of butter and hot pot skewers. At night of thunder and lightning, drink a bowl of porridge soup stewed with Agaricus blazei. The aroma can really make people cry, and at the end of the ribs, they will use the soup pot to pour the orange ribs soup into the steamed, dry and grainy white rice, holding the large enamel bowl "screaming and snoring", full of Yu Ji The lingering fragrance of Matsutake wanders between your breath.