Fried savory food is a very flavorful snack with Luoyang characteristics. The radish mixed with spices is added into the batter. It is fried in a frying pan and golden brown. It is hot and eaten with a bite. The outside is tender and tender, and the taste is crispy. People are coveted.
Let me know first, this is the radish I used. We are called green radish here, and some places are called green radish.
Wash the radish and insert it into a wire with a grater. Of course, if you have a good knife, you can cut it by hand.
Add salt, thirteen, chicken, and of course you can season according to your own taste.
Add water to make the flour and radish into a paste, let the radish stick to the flour, and refer to the above figure after mixing.
Pour the cooking oil into the pot and put a little more oil. When the oil temperature is 50% hot, take a chopsticks and put a batter into the pot. Slowly put it into the pot from the side of the pot. The movement should be gentle, so that it won't splash. The whole process should be kept in the middle of the fire. The fire is too big to be fry.
After the side is fried into golden yellow, use chopsticks to turn the salty food over.
The two sides are fried into golden yellow and can be fished out.
Drain the oil with a kitchen towel, eat one hot, soft outside, that fragrance, who knows who to eat.
The fried snacks are delicious. When the fried snacks are not too high, the fire can't be adjusted too much, or it's easy to fry, or the outside is burnt, and the inside is raw. If you want to make a salty food that is round like a meatball, you need to mash the radish, but we haven’t eaten it like this. It’s cut directly into silk, so it’s not fried, so choose . The amount of seasoning is for reference only, and parents can increase or decrease by themselves.