When I was young, the yard was next to a park, and there was an artificial lake in the park. It looks very big when I was young. At the time of the summer weekend, Dad occasionally took me to the gazebo next to the artificial lake to catch shrimp. Every time I go to the shrimp before lunch, there must be chicken, and then I take the chicken bones and a small iron mesh sieve to go. One afternoon, playing chess and fishing for shrimp. Time will pass quickly. Going home at night, there will be such a simple and dry fried shrimp. It’s a taste in childhood memories, but those days are really not going back.
The shrimps are first raised in the water and then washed. Drain the water.
Hot pot cold oil, more oil. Stir in the ginger slices.
Shrimp under the river, stir fry for half a minute, put salt. At this time the shrimp will effluent and then stir fry until the water is dry.
Plate and sprinkle with chopped green onion.
Carefully tie your tongue!