Lettuce nutrition: 1. Lettuce is rich in water, and the moisture content per 100 grams of edible portion is as high as 94% to 96%, so the raw food is crisp and refreshing, especially fresh and tender. Each 100 grams of edible portion also contains 1-1.4 grams of protein, 1.8-3.2 grams of carbohydrates, 10-15 milligrams of vitamin C and some minerals. 2. Dietary fiber and vitamin C in lettuce are more than cabbage, and have the effect of eliminating excess fat, so it is also called diet. 3. Because the stems and leaves contain lettuce, it has a slightly bitter taste, and has the effects of analgesic hypnosis, lowering cholesterol, and assisting in the treatment of neurasthenia. 4. Lettuce contains active ingredients such as mannitol, which is beneficial to urine and promote blood circulation. 5. Lettuce contains an "interferon inducer" that stimulates normal human cells to produce interferon, thereby producing an "antiviral protein" to suppress the virus.
Garlic chopped, red pepper cut
Lettuce washed and dried torn into large pieces
After the water in the pot is boiled, put in the lettuce and bake it. (Time can't be too long)
Until the lettuce is softened
Heat the lettuce to the plate
Put the oil in the pot, fragrant minced garlic
Add oyster sauce and water to make viscous
After boiling, pour on lettuce
1. Because there may be residues of pesticides and fertilizers, be sure to wash them before eating raw. 2, extremely sensitive to ethylene, should be kept away from apples, pears and bananas when stored, so as not to induce red spots. 3, whether it is fried or cooked lettuce, time is not too long, so you can keep the lettuce crisp and tender. 4, lettuce torn into pieces by hand, it will be crisper than the knife.