Chinese medicine believes that pig skin is sweet, cool, and has the effect of nourishing yin and nourishing the phlegm. In recent years, scientists have found that regular consumption of pigskin or trotters has the effect of delaying aging and fighting cancer. Because pig skin contains a lot of collagen, it can slow down the body's cell aging. Especially for patients with yin deficiency and internal heat, patients with sore throat and hypothermia are better eaten.
The pigskin is washed and boiled in boiling water. When cooking, add ginger and cooking wine to the bowl, then cut into small strips. Green pepper, red pepper, onion shredded, garlic slices spare.
The bottom of the pot is drained, the oil is opened, and the bean paste is fried and sautéed. The pork skin is sautéed and repeatedly fried.
Fill the bottom of the pot, sauté the onion and garlic, then add the green pepper and red pepper to stir fry.
Pour the skin of the sauce just into the pot and stir fry together.
Add a little soy sauce and salt, stir well, and serve in a pan.
The worse the skin is, the better it will be.