#周日小菜#, means not difficult dishes. Work is getting more and more busy, the frequency of cooking is getting less and less, but the fireworks of oil, salt and vinegar tea can best give me inner peace, so I insist on making two side dishes every Sunday. Since it is a Sunday dish, it can't be difficult (on Sunday time is precious), it should be delicious (it must be delicious when you cook), and you should be healthy (heart and body homing).
The oil is a bit more, because the loofah is very watery. The garlic is sturdy and flattened, and put it into 6 mature oil pans. Garlic, slightly browned, put into the cut loofah. The fire is stir-fried, softly collapsed, reduced to medium heat, sprinkled with a little salt, stir fry a few times, turn off the heat, stir fry a few times with the remaining temperature.
The loofah is cut first, preferably each section is cut and cut, and the length is more beautiful.