Recipe: Silk kelp shrimp soup

Home Cooking Recipe: Silk kelp shrimp soup

Notes:

The medlar is also known as the squash. Its taste is light, the quality is tender, suitable for cooking, and should not be eaten raw. It has the functions of clearing away heat, quenching thirst and detoxifying. Cut melon, with kelp, and dried shrimp with soaked hair, both light and delicious, can be a standing soup in summer.

Ingredients:

Steps:

  1. Home Cooking Recipe: Half a root of the scorpion, sliced ​​first and then shredded, spare. As the 瓠 melon grows like this.

    Half a root of the scorpion, sliced ​​first and then shredded, spare. As the 瓠 melon grows like this.

  2. Home Cooking Recipe: After the dried kelp is soaked, shred, boil over the boiled water, rinse with cold water, and set aside.

    After the dried kelp is soaked, shred, boil over the boiled water, rinse with cold water, and set aside.

  3. Home Cooking Recipe: Dry shrimps in moderation, soak in warm water and clean.

    Dry shrimps in moderation, soak in warm water and clean.

  4. Put the pot, pour in the right amount of boiling water, and then pour the shrimp, kelp, scallions, ginger, pour in the medium heat, cook for another three minutes.

  5. Use a small bowl and add a little cold water, pour the Pueraria powder (or corn starch), thicken the juice... Turn off the soup, add some salt, pepper, and a few drops of sesame oil, and finally sprinkle with a little chives to taste.

  6. Shrimp is easy to sink to the bottom, picking up a spoonful of a close shot.

Tips:

When buying scorpions, you should first use the tips of your tongue to identify whether they have bitter taste. The bitter scorpion is poisonous. Do not cook and eat! The melon is light, the kelp is nourishing, the shrimp is fresh, and the taste is great.


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