Very simple and very common soup, nutritious, and it tastes great! I like it very recently~
Wash the spinach, beat the eggs, and cut the minced garlic. Add a pinch of salt to the eggs when you beat the eggs. Seasoning is ready: oil, salt, chicken, sesame oil.
Boil the small half pot of water to boil the spinach and add a pinch of salt. The purpose of adding salt is to protect the color of the spinach when it is drowning. When boiling water, prepare another pot of boiling water and use it as soup water later.
Put the spinach in boiling water for 5-15 seconds. The drowning time is determined by the size and quality of the spinach. Spinach leaves are larger and harder, and the time can be slightly longer; spinach leaves are smaller, softer, and shorter. The purpose of drowning is to remove oxalic acid, which can significantly reduce the sensation of sputum.
The small pot can be drowned in batches, and the spinach after the drowning is picked up and the water is filtered off and placed on one side.
After washing the pot, open a large hot pot. After the water in the pot evaporates, turn to a small fire and add a small amount of oil.
Put in the minced garlic and stir fry, stir fry. This is the key to this soup.
Pour in the separately prepared boiling water mentioned in step 2.
Turn to the fire and boil.
Put the spinach before the drowning.
After boiling, pour in the beaten eggs and turn to medium heat.
Stir and mix the eggs evenly. At this time, the soup will become white and turbid, and the taste is the most mellow.
According to personal habits, add appropriate amount of salt, chicken essence, sesame oil and so on. Try the taste of the soup and turn off the fire.
In the 11th step, if the soup is transparent, it means that the water is relatively too much, and the egg liquid is relatively too small, so that the soup tastes light and has no mellow feeling; if the soup is obviously green, it means that the spinach is not enough water before. It can also take a few more seconds, so that the soup may have a distinct feeling of sorrow.