Recipe: Ginkgo biloba, Arctic Shrimp

Home Cooking Recipe: Ginkgo biloba, Arctic Shrimp



  1. Fresh ginkgo fruit peeled, fly water to fish out, asparagus peeled into the water when refueling, salted and cooked, chives and minced

  2. Put the oil in the pot, sauté the shallots, add the Arctic shrimp and stir-fry, add the Thai sweet and spicy sauce, cook in the Shaoxing wine, add salt and pepper to taste, add the ginkgo fruit and the carrot slices that have been simmered in the water.

  3. Pour the shrimp and ginkgo fruit into the bottom of the asparagus


The body itself cannot synthesize unsaturated fatty acids and must be taken from the diet. The deepest fish and shrimp with the highest content of unsaturated fatty acids are represented by wild Arctic shrimp and salmon. The Inuit and Eskimos in northern Canada, Greenland and other places are among the longest-lived races in the world, and their longevity is closely related to the frequent consumption of wild Arctic shrimp and other deep-sea fish. Young women who eat more foods containing unsaturated fatty acids will maintain a balanced skin condition and have a cosmetic effect.

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