Summer appetizers - plums bought in the supermarket, very bright red, thinking that it should be delicious, but it is very sour when eaten, has been placed there no one to eat. I used it to cook a syrup. I didn't expect the sweet and sour taste. It was refreshing and delicious after being chilled in the refrigerator. It was very appetizing, the color was red, and it was very beautiful. Inadvertently, it brought comfort. The unexpected effect is really beaten. . . . . . I really feel so good, I don't recommend it, haha. . . . . . The practice is super simple and can be done in a few minutes.
Wash the plums with water
Put a proper amount of water in the pot and pour the washed plums into the pot.
Open the fire, start to cook, boil and turn to low heat until the plum blossoms. The fresh plums are very good, about two or three minutes.
Add the rock sugar and cook for another two minutes. Stir with a spoon. The plum will reveal red and yellow flesh, and the sugar will become a little sticky. After the cool, put the refrigerator in the ice and taste it surprisingly delicious.