This is a dish rich in nutrients, both beauty and slimming. The squid is thick and has a small amount of fine meat and a sweet meat. Protein is higher than salmon, squid, squid, and octopus, while squid meat contains only 0.5% fat, 17 times lower than salmon and 7 times lower than octopus. The edible portion of 100 grams of squid contains 88 kilocalories! In addition to all the DHA and DPA rich in common fish oil, it also contains vitamins A, D, E and other vitamins necessary for the human body. The proportion of these nutrients in cod liver oil is the best ratio of the daily needs of the human body. Therefore, the Nordic people call it the “nutritionist” on the table. The squid is low in fat, low in cholesterol, high in protein, high in nutrients, less thorny, and easily absorbed by the body. It is a nutritious food for all ages. The nucleoprotein containing globulin, albumin and phosphorus in the fish fat contains the various amino acids necessary for the development of children. The ratio is very similar to that of children, and it is easily digested and absorbed by humans. It also contains unsaturated fatty acids and Calcium, phosphorus, iron, B vitamins, etc.
Squid is thawed and washed
Marinate with cooking wine and pepper powder for a while, then throw away the salted water
Take a little cardamom, minced garlic, red pepper, cut into small pieces, add a spoonful of vinegar and a spoonful of oyster sauce to adjust as a seasoning
Sprinkle some basil on the fish, then slowly pour the seasoning on the back of the fish, and finally sprinkle some chopped green onion
Heat the pot with hot water. After the water is opened, put the dish on the fish for 6-8 minutes, then turn off the heat for 2-3 minutes.
You can use a pan to boil a little hot oil on the fish after steaming. Do not put basil in the seasoning, other flavors to see their own tastes, more can be put more and less, the cardamom will be more delicious ~