Shantou has the effects of appetizing Shengjin, anti-inflammatory analgesic, tonifying qi and kidney, etc. It can cure stomach pain, dysentery and chronic nephritis. According to nutritional analysis, taro contains sugar, dietary fiber, vitamin B group, potassium, calcium, zinc, etc. The dietary fiber and potassium content are the most, and its rich nutritional value can enhance the body's immune function.
Choose two rows of tender pigs in the front row, knead into small sections, and marinate them with raw flour, soy sauce, salt and cooking wine for 10 minutes.
Cut the garlic and ginger into cubes, put a little oil in the pan, and cook until the heat of 30% is ginger and garlic. After frying, turn off the heat and let cool.
Pour the fragrant ginger and garlic into the marinated ribs, stir well, and continue to marinate for 30 minutes.
Peel the taro and cut two cm thick slices for later use.
The chopped taro is placed on the bottom of the marinated ribs, so that the steamed oil from the ribs can soak the entire taro and make the taro more smooth.
After the water in the pot is boiled, the ribs are steamed in the pan. After steaming for 15 minutes, the steam is steamed for 15 minutes. After the pan is sprinkled, sprinkle with the shallots.
After steaming, squirting out of the pot!
After peeling the taro, if it is not used immediately, it must be soaked in water. The best method of peeling is to treat it in running water or with gloves, because the mucus from the hoe can cause skin irritation.