Suitable for summer home cooking. Various vegetables are shredded and fried together, and the taste is refreshing. As a side dish for cold noodles is a must.
The beans are dried over water and go to the beans.
Wash the pork, add cooking wine, raw flour, ginger, and a little salt to taste.
Other materials are cut into strips of equal length. Put it aside and use it.
Put the green pepper, the dried bean curd and the shredded pork into the pan and stir-fry them.
Stir in simmered white scallion, stir fry until half cooked, and put in green pepper, dried bean curd and shredded pork.
Continue to stir fry until cooked, add a little salt and MSG to taste.
The plate is filled.
When the pork is seasoned, a little soy sauce can be added to make the pork more flavorful. Tofu dried silk must be pre-watered to the soybean meal, and stir-fry, in order to maximize the fragrance of dried beans.