Shabu-style lard is better than winter. I have read a report that is based on the amount of unsaturated fatty acids and fatty acids contained in vegetable oils and animal oils. The two oils are used in the 10:7 ratio for the healthiest. That is to say, it is most reasonable to use 700 grams of animal oil for every 1000 grams of vegetable oil, so that the two oils can be supplemented with each other insufficiently, and in this case, the cholesterol is basically not considered. The report also said that each person consumes 250 grams of vegetable oil per month, and 175 grams of animal oil is the healthiest. So, in fact, it is not good to not eat lard. It is reasonable, with the combination, eat less, eat it skillfully, and pay attention to the amount of oil. Pay attention to it, it is the amount of food, the amount of consumption ~~~ In fact, as far as I am concerned, the amount of lard is usually less, but I will also eat biscuits and eat West Point, which will contain a certain amount of butter. Butter is also a type of animal fat. As a little cook who cooks every day, I want to say something, I think. . . Green vegetables that are not fried with lard are not good vegetables! Really, the taste is really too much ~~~~! ! !
Pig oil is washed with flowing water and changed into small pieces.
Into the pot, add half a bowl of water
Cook over high heat until dry
When the oil starts to oil, turn to a small fire and turn the pot over the pot from time to time.
Slowly pick up all the oil, the oil residue becomes golden
Filter with a sieve and put the oil into the container. Add a little sugar and salt before solidification after cooling.
1. The raw material of the lard oil is the pig's oil, which is the white large oil block on the pig's stomach. It is used to simmer oil, and the oil residue has less oil. 2. Adding a little white sugar and salt after lard cool can not only increase the flavor of lard, but also prevent deterioration. 3. Don't waste the golden oil residue. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to eat directly. It’s also good to stir up a green dish.