When I was a child, I lived in a bungalow facing the street. At the doorstep, there was a narrow gravel road. At that time, there was no so-called indoor vegetable farm. On both sides of the street, there was a vegetable farm. All the vegetables grown by the farmers nearby picked baskets to sell, and farmers. The fish, shrimps and crabs that I caught were not much, and there were not many people who bought them. The crabs that were caught were small, but the strength was very good. They climbed up quickly. At this time, the mother ran away. Buy a small crab, only five cents a pound, buy a home to wash and wash a pot of noodles, a family of people sitting at the table to crab, eat batter, and finally have to mix the rice in the bowl, eat A fine light is satisfied.
First cook a bowl of edamame and prepare for a bowl of dry flour.
Put the cleaned crab on the cutting board and hold it with a knife. Take a knife from the middle to the second, then pour the flour at the break to prevent the crab yellow from flowing out, and then put all the crabs in flour.
Pour the right amount of oil into the pot, fry the fry of the flour on the frying pan, let the flour condense, pour out, then fry the next one, and then fry in order.
The remaining oil of the fried crab is put into the onion, and the ginger is fragrant.
Pour in the fried crab and stir-fry. Pour more wine and cover the lid for a while.
Open the lid, pour the appropriate amount of soy sauce, a little salt, a spoonful of sugar, and pour the boiling water of the crab.
Pour in the edamame, stir well, cover the lid and cook for 15 minutes.
Pour the remaining crab-stained flour into a cool water stirring spoon.
Pour the batter into the pot and push the bottom of the pot with a spoon to prevent the paste.
Open the medium heat and cook for a while. While cooking, push the bottom of the pot with a spatula to prevent the bottom of the pot from burning, until the batter thickens and shines.
The pot is filled, the batter inside is very fresh, and I will eat a large bowl of batter every time I eat it.