Run the lungs to dry, cough and go! It’s still a sloppy soup that my father used to lick. It’s a little troublesome to wash, so I rarely drink it outside.
The carrots are washed and cut, the dried vegetables are soaked and cut into sections, the dried tangerine peels, the figs, the mangosteen, and the apricot lily are washed with water (above)
I bought the pig's head and rinsed it, but I rinsed it twice.
Cut into a large piece (because the cooking process will shrink very small) and then rinse both sides
Boil the foam in a cold water pot, pour it out and rinse it twice, then put it in a wok and stir-fry it.
It’s okay to put all the water in for 1.5-2 hours.
Pig lungs are best to buy the trachea intact, so it is better to rinse it yourself. Maybe you can get the water outlet of the water heater (remove the shower).