This is the first time I wrote a recipe photo. I remember it when I was doing it. I can’t write it clearly.
Wash the pig's lungs, constantly pour water into the pig's lungs and pour it out, repeating to no foam
Pig lungs cut, bigger than mahjong
After boiling a pot of white water, put the pig's lungs in and cook until the foam is picked up, then rinse with cold water and drain (remember to press a pressure to make a lot of foam when cooking)
Hot wok, put the pig's lungs into the frying pan (will produce a lot of water, take the shovel to get the water out), then put the oil, ginger, wine, stir-fry the aroma
Cut the pear and papaya to the core, thicker
Put the fried pork lungs, chopped Sydney, papaya, pork bones, red dates, and oysters into an electric pressure cooker, put a proper amount of water, be sure not to overcook, and cook for 30 minutes.
Remember to put salt in the pot, because my family does not eat MSG and chicken, if you are not used to it, you can put some.
Pig lungs must be fried first and then put on oil to stir fry, papaya and Sydney must not cut too thin! ! My pork bones are cut into small pieces in the vegetable market. My saucepan is made with electric pressure cooker