Mussels have a protein content of 59%, which contains 8 essential amino acids, a fat content of 7%, and mostly unsaturated fatty acids. Moreover, mussels are also rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc and vitamin B, niacin and the like. Most people can eat mussels and mussels are more suitable for middle-aged and elderly people with weak constitution, lack of blood, malnutrition and hypertension, arteriosclerosis, and tinnitus and dizziness.
First clean up the mussels, this must be sanded, the whole is unplugged
This is done
Soften with cold water for 25 minutes in advance
Chopping mussels or shallots
Beat the eggs evenly and add 1/3 bowl of water.
Add mussels, add oil, salt, sugar, seasoning
Pour into the dish
Steamed for 4 minutes after the water was opened
After 4 minutes, sprinkle with chopped green onion and steam for 1-2 minutes.
Out of the pot
Some friends like to put a little bit of soy sauce on the pan and taste better.
Began to eat
1. Be sure to soften the mussels. 2. The key to steaming eggs is to let the waters adjust the eggs. I prefer to have less water and less water. The water is not well controlled. The water eggs are not formed. The water is less, but the taste is old.