In Japan and South Korea, people have a special liking for a vegetable with excellent nutritional and health benefits, and it is crowned as the "American ginseng", which is the burdock. In fact, the calf is a traditional Chinese medicine and food. As early as in the Ming Dynasty, the famous doctor Li Shizhen called it "cutting seedlings for vegetables, taking roots, exposing them to sputum, and Yunqiyi people"; "Compendium of Materia Medica" contains detailed "Twelve meridians, except for the five internal organs"; The famous doctor does not record it. China's "Modern Chinese Pharmacy Dictionary", "Chinese Medicine Dictionary" and other national authoritative pharmacopoeia summarize the pharmacological effects of burdock into three aspects: substances that promote growth, inhibit tumor growth, and have antibacterial and antifungal effects. In 2002, the Ministry of Health listed the burdock as a list of items that could be used for health food. Dr. Al Mindell, a world-renowned nutrition and health expert, described it in his book Anti-Aging: "The root of the burdock is loved by people all over the world. It is a kind of work that helps the body maintain good work. A gentle nutrient herb in the state. Burdock has obvious effects of lowering blood sugar, lowering blood fat, lowering blood pressure, replenishing kidney and strengthening yang, relaxing bowel movements and inhibiting the growth and spread of cancer cells and removing heavy metals from water. It has a recovery function for the balance of various systems in the body. It is ideal. Natural health products. With its unique aroma and pure taste, it is popular in countries such as Japan, South Korea and Southeast Asia. Among the long-awaited [Healthy Wuxing Vegetable Soup], burdock is one of the most important ingredients. In addition to stew, burdock can also be used for various ways of cooking such as frying, mixing, cooking, and making tea.
Burdock and carrot are peeled and cut into silk
In order to prevent the surface of the burd from oxidizing and blackening, it can be shredded and immersed in clear water with white vinegar.
Boil the pot and boil the water, and remove the sirloin. (The water of the yak is nutritious. Do not pour it off. You can drink it as a tea or cook it.)
Heat the wok and pour in the cooking oil. After the oil is hot, add the carrot and sirloin and stir fry for 2 minutes.
Add salt, sugar, vinegar to taste, stir well and sprinkle with cooked sesame seeds.