The spore cabbage lobular globulin is rich in cruciferous, and is also rich in vitamin C and trace element selenium. It has anti-cancer effect and is a good choice for fitness and nutrition lovers. I personally think that spore cabbage is relatively simple, and it tastes soft after cooking. It is more suitable for matching bacon and nuts.
1. Spore cabbage is washed and rooted and cut, spread on a baking sheet. 2. Bacon chopped, spread on top, add salt, black pepper, olive oil, and mix well. Place in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 minutes. 3. Bake the peanuts and mix them with the white sesame seeds for use. 4. Cut the green apples and fry them with maple syrup. 5. Stir the green apples, mix the ground peanuts, and mix the white sesame seeds into the spore cabbage. Bake for another five minutes. Take out the oven and mix in a little balsamic vinegar.
Note that apples choose green apples, and peanuts are best broken.