Super meal, bibimbap noodles are suitable
Eggplant peeled and cut into 1.5 cm thick slices, and then cut into small squares
Put in two small spoons of salt and mix well.
Peel and cut small pieces of tomato (like a little tomato, you can put two tomatoes)
Wash the muscles of the pig and cut into small dices. Use a little salt, white pepper, lemon juice, starch water and evenly.
Ginger slices, chopped green onion, chopped garlic two chopped for use
Exfoliate the water in the eggplant by hand
Pour the corn oil into the hot pot and quickly pour the diced meat into the shard. After the diced diced white, it will be ready for use (this step can be put a little more)
Leave the remaining oil in the pot and put it into the onion ginger and garlic.
Pour the eggplant into the soft and add the appropriate amount of soy sauce (this can be put a little old-fashioned according to personal preference, like the heavy color). A little sugar, stir-fry, put in the tomato pieces and stir until soft.
Stir in diced meat, season with salt, kumbu powder, add a little boiled water for a while, until the soup is thick, you can turn off the fire plate (no kunbu powder can be replaced with chicken essence or other condiments)
If you want to mix noodles, you can add some boiling water to the soup.
When the rice is served, the juice of the eggplant is less, and it is slightly sour and appetizing.
1. Eggplant is very oily. Use salt to pickle the eggplant and squeeze out the excess water. The eggplant is very fuel-efficient and does not oxidize and darken when fried. 2. Use a few drops of lemon juice instead of cooking wine to marinate the pork. It is refreshing and can make the meat more tender. 3. Khumbu powder is a natural and non-added seasoning extracted from kelp. It is available at the market.