The sea bream with crisp taste, plus the tender yellow egg silk, the green bitter chrysanthemum, and the wood have the feeling that the spring breeze is coming.
Add a teaspoon of starch and a teaspoon of water to the egg and mix well.
Brush a thin layer of oil in the pan, pour the egg mixture, shake the pan, and spread the bottom of the pan evenly. After the egg is completely solidified, turn over and fry the other side. After frying, let it cool and set aside.
After the sea otter is bought, put it in the water for about four hours, and change the water several times in the middle to remove the salt.
Put the water in the pot. After the water is opened, put the sea bream in a quick boil. Remove and cool with cold water, then cut into small pieces.
Wash the bitter chrysanthemum, tear it into small pieces by hand, cut the egg skin into silk, and put it into the plate.
Mix the minced garlic, salt, monosodium glutamate, white vinegar, sugar, and sesame oil and pour into the pan.