When I was a child, I ate more in the South, but when I was at home, I didn’t have the opportunity to learn to cook. Now I’m learning to cook with the taste of the Great North!
White, carrot, green pepper, pork shredded, garlic cloves, ginger diced
After the pork is cut, add 1 tablespoon of cooking wine, a proper amount of ginger, a spoonful of starch, 1 tablespoon of soy sauce and marinate for 5~10 minutes.
Chopped carrots and green peppers (the knife is bad)
The wok is boiled, the pork is fried with cold oil, and the pork is discolored and immediately ready for use.
Add the appropriate amount of oil in the pot, add the minced garlic and a spoonful of Pixian bean paste in 50% hot. After the sauce is fried, you can add the chopped white silk, carrot and green pepper in the order to stir fry. Point the right amount of water), because the bean paste is salty, people who have a light taste do not need to add salt, add some chicken essence and stir fry before the pot!
They all say that they look like fish-flavored pork, but it is not! Carrot silk can be replaced with red pepper silk, bright colors will make people more appetizing!