Birds, livestock, fish. What do you choose? I choose fish. Squid, in fish, can never be abandoned, taste, taste, nutrition, almost perfect. Squid is rich in vitamin A and vitamin E, which are 60 times and 9 times higher than ordinary fish. Vitamin A is 100 times more than beef and 300 times more than pork. Rich in vitamin A and vitamin E, it is of great benefit to prevent vision loss, protect the liver, and restore energy. Other vitamins such as vitamin B1 and vitamin B2 are also abundant. Salmon is also rich in "good" fat. The phospholipid contained therein is an indispensable nutrient for brain cells. In addition, the squid also contains DHA and EPA (deep sea fish oil component, DHA is docosahexaenoic acid, EPA is eicosapentaenoic acid), which is commonly known as "brain gold", and its content is higher than other seafood and meat. DHA and EPA have been shown to have an important role in preventing cardiovascular disease. In addition, the squid also contains a large amount of calcium, which has a certain effect on the prevention of osteoporosis. What makes women most tempted is that the skin and meat of squid are rich in collagen, which can be used to nourish beauty and delay aging, so it is called "available cosmetics."
Put the oil in the pan, slowly fry the onion on a small fire, then remove the onion and add soy sauce, barbecue sauce, sugar, and sake. Cook until it is slightly thick.
The squid went to the end and went to the bones, tiled in the crisper, poured half of the sauce, and chilled in the refrigerator for 12 hours.
Bake the tin foil, enter the squid, and roast at 180 degrees for half an hour. Bring it out, put the remaining half of the sauce into a wok and fry it and pour it on the squid. Sprinkle with white sesame seeds.
With rice is perfect 喵~