This is a dish that I often eat when I was young. I remember that because I had to save food expenses in junior high school, I also took it to the school and shared it with my classmates. It was really delicious to eat.
First cut the dried fish into a more uniform block, dry chili and ginger (preferably silk-shaped) chopped, and the garlic shoots the half of the garlic.
First hot pot, then pour the right amount of oil into the pot, almost the oil is dried, then the fish is dried, then changed to medium and small fire to fry the dried fish, and the dried fish can change color (become reddish) and then it can be taken up. Remove more oil from the oil.
Then put the pepper and ginger in the pot (put a small amount of salt), fry a little aroma, then put the fish in the pot, stir fry a few times, put the garlic into it when you start the plate, and then stir it up.