Bamboo fire chestnuts
The author has also talked about the dishes of chestnuts in the soup. The recommended “bamboo fire chestnuts” is a dish I recently eaten in a flavor restaurant. It is simple to make and does not need to be cookedThe powder is thick and thick, and has a typical homely taste.
Chestnuts are rich in starch content, 25 grams of starch per 100 grams, and each time there are vitamins, calcium, phosphorus and other inorganic salts, which are good for qi and spleen, and delay the aging effect.
But do not eat chestnuts with beef, because some trace elements in beef will affect the nutrient absorption of chestnuts.
Ingredients: 150 grams of roasted meat, 150 grams of bamboo (after hydration), 150 grams of chestnuts, 15 grams of ginger slices, 15 grams of shallots, tangerine peel itself, salt, sugar, oyster sauce, pepper, chicken soup, peanut oil each amount.
Method: Cut 1 cm thick parts of roasted meat, use ginger and spring onion to sauté; use bamboo sticks and cut into sections; remove chestnuts, peel and peel, stir-fry, add appropriate amount of chicken soup and oyster sauce and cook for 20 minutes, then add roasted meat and sticksBamboo, tangerine peel, boil and harvest the juice to serve.