Cook a cup of sugar cane horseshoe water, sprinkle with mint buds, and sit in a sun-filled bay window to read a favorite book. So busy on weekdays, don't neglect such a wonderful moment in life. [See tips]
The cane peeled and cut into small pieces.
The horseshoe is slightly soaked in the water for a while, and the surface soil is washed with a clean brush.
Put it in the pot and add water that is about half the height of the finger (index finger)
Boil the fire and cook for about an hour.
When the heat is poured into the cup, a mint bud is sprinkled, and the taste of the mint is slowly released to enrich the taste.
1. Because sugar cane has a higher sweetness, no additional sugar is needed. The taste is slightly sweet, not greasy, and it is very comfortable to drink. Of course, if you like sweet, you can add some sugar~ but don't add too much, it will cover up the original sweetness. 2. If the mint buds are not convenient, then there is no need to add them. If you add it, put it in the cup and add a bud head. The aftertaste will be a bit cooler and the taste will be more abundant. 3. When the horseshoe is cooked, it will absorb the taste of sugar cane, and it can be eaten~ I think it is quite delicious. Haha, but the sugar cane is cooked to the back without any taste. 4. When the sugar cane is cut, it can be put into the water and washed to remove the debris. If there is no impact, no effect will be that the debris will float on the surface (obsessive-compulsive disorder = = )