I am a full-time mother after 80, bringing two babies. Dabao didn't like to eat vegetables since he was a child. Green leafy vegetables especially didn't like it. But I know the health benefits of green leafy vegetables, so I do it every day. He occasionally eats some. Haimi is dried shrimp, usually I will buy some stored in the freezer of the refrigerator. It may be a matter of taste habits. I always feel that the oil menu is not good, and it tastes a lot better with ham, seaweed or mushrooms. But ham, a processed meat product, is hardly eaten by my family, so I am used to frying with seaweed.
The seaweed is soaked in cold water for 15 minutes and rinsed off.
Wash the rapeseed and wash it.
Stir the garlic in the oil pan, pour the rice into the sauté, pour the rape, add the appropriate amount of soy sauce, continue to stir fry for a minute or two, you can pour the right amount of water.
Turn off the heat, add a small amount of salt, pour the sesame oil to taste, stir fry evenly out of the pan.
The seaweed will have some salty taste. Even if the water can be removed, it is still salty, so the salt should be less.