Artemisia selengensis contains a variety of amino acids, especially carotene content is worthy of attention. In addition, Artemisia selengensis also contains a volatile essential oil and choline and other substances, so it has the equivalent energy of appetizing spleen and antihypertensive brain.
Wash the wormwood and cut into sections.
Heat a little oil on the bottom of the pot, add chopped green onion and pepper to saute, stir fry until discolored.
Stir-fry in the lower stalk (first lower stem, lower lower leaf).
Sprinkle with garlic, season with salt and chicken.
Water starch is thickened and baked.
1. The aromatic essential oil in Artemisia selengensis is volatile when heated, and should be fried quickly when cooking. 2. Meat, eggs and other amaranth can be used to increase the utilization of vitamin A. 3. Artemisia sinensis is fragrant and smooth, and people with stomach diarrhea should not eat more.