Wash the bitter gourd from the middle, carefully scrape the seeds and white stalks inside, and cut into pieces.
Grab the bitter gourd slices with salt for a while, then soak in ice water for about 20 minutes, pick up and drain the water.
Beat the eggs into the bowl, add chopped green onion, stir well with salt, then add bitter gourd to stir, to ensure that the bitter melon slices are fully blended with the egg juice.
Heat the pan to 50% heat, add some oil to heat, pour the bitter gourd egg juice into the egg cake, spread it into a quiche, and slowly fry it until the bitter gourd is ripe.
Nutritional analysis 1. Promote diet, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic: Bitter melon and bitterness in bitter gourd can increase appetite and spleen appetite; the alkaloids contained in quinine, urinary and blood circulation, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic, clearing the heart and clearing effect; 2. Anti-cancer and anti-cancer: The protein component of bitter gourd and a large amount of vitamin C can improve the immune function of the body, so that the immune cells have the effect of killing cancer cells; bitter gourd juice contains certain protein components, which can enhance the ability of macrophages, and is clinically effective against lymphosarcoma and leukemia; The trypsin inhibitor extracted from the seeds can inhibit the protease secreted by cancer cells and prevent the growth of malignant tumors; 3. Lower blood sugar: The fresh juice of bitter gourd, which contains bitter melon and insulin-like substances, has a good hypoglycemic effect and is an ideal food for diabetic patients.