Maybe everyone has eaten this cold mixed sage, but I don't know many people know that sage is also called "emperor dish"! In ancient times, Artemisia sinensis was a court dish, so it had this name. The artemisia is not surprising, but the nutrition is very rich. The carotene content is about 15-30 times that of cucumber and eggplant. The calcium content is about twice that of melon and cucumber, and is six times that of tomatoes. Its fiber is tender, easy to digest and absorb, and it is good for children's development and growth and the gastrointestinal tract of the elderly.
Wash the sage, wash it over and roll it out.
Mix garlic, shallot, soy sauce, vinegar, salt, chicken, sesame oil into sauce
Mix the water and the sage with the sauce and mix it evenly.