Soak the wolfberry in light salt water for 2 hours in advance (the scorpion can be sown for 2 hours in the wild, and it is said to be 2 days in the wild), spit out the sand, remove and drain. The captive scorpions that are bought in the seafood market are usually already spit out of the sand, so go home and soak them. Put the hazelnuts into boiling water, cook until the shell is opened, remove the drained water and use it. You can reduce the time of frying by simmering the scorpion with water beforehand, and you can avoid a lot of water when you fry the scorpion.
The green pepper is washed and cut into sections, and the dried pepper is cut with scissors to grow short segments.
Heat the wok, add the oil, add the sautéed sautéed oyster sauce, stir fry the red oil
Add minced garlic, ginger, and dried chili
Put in the wok and stir fry, evenly, because the dumplings are washed in advance, so don't fry too long.
Stir in the shallots and add sugar, pepper and salt to taste.