The crab is rich in nutrients, delicate in flesh and delicious in fat, and is the top grade in crabs. The edible portion contains 14.6 grams of protein per 100 grams, 1.6 grams of fat, and calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, manganese, copper, selenium, potassium, sodium, and the like. It has the functions of dispersing blood stasis, passing meridian, diuretic swelling, decomposing lacquer poison, splicing bones and nourishing. Its meat, ovaries and liver can be eaten. This cuisine will be fried and fried, then cooked with onion, ginger and garlic. After the dish is cooked, the color is bright red and the taste is spicy and fresh.
Take the crab to the umbilicus, sputum, stomach, wash, put on the chopping board, use a knife to make 8 pieces (each with crab feet), tongs with a knife to loosen, set the bowl, add wine, MSG, salt mix, Then take dry starch for use.
Remove the onion from the roots, peel off the outer layer of dry skin, wash with water, and cut into the end.
Ginger peeled and washed, cut into pieces; garlic peeled off, cut into pieces with a knife.
Wash the pot and set it on the medium heat. When the vegetable oil is burnt to 60% heat, put in the crab pieces and fry until the break is poured into the colander.
Leave 5 grams of vegetable oil in the original pot, heat it on medium heat, add onion, ginger, and garlic to saute. Then, cook the wine, add fresh soup, salt, sugar, add crab pieces, add pot and simmer. About 3 minutes.
Then uncover, put the MSG, pour spicy oil, and use the wet starch to thin the sputum, upturn the pot, and serve the dish.
1. Use a live and fresh flower crab, but also remove the umbilical cord, sputum, stomach and wash it. The size of the sputum block is moderate. The crab claws should be slightly photographed with a knife. Now the crab meat is rolled together with dry starch. But don't shoot too thick, otherwise it will become mushy after becoming a dish. 2. When frying crabs, fry them, but don't overdo it, so as not to dry and grow old. Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes