The recipe stolen from a friend's dad is simple and easy to make. The first time to make hot stir was very successful, I ca n’t help sharing. The picture is also paired with the family-made cold dish [preserved tofu with preserved egg], which is also very delicious! Must-have in summer!
|Lean meat||a small piece|
|Dried red pepper||4-5|
|soy sauce||1/3 tablespoon|
|Thirteen incense||a little|
|Blending oil||a little|
Wash and shred the lean meat. Put in a bowl, mix well with a little water, a little salt and raw starch, and pickle for preparation.
Wash the lentils, remove the old parts, and shred the shredded knife (the lentils are difficult to cook, shredding can speed up cooking, and it also tastes better)
Thinly slice garlic cloves.
Cut the dried red pepper into small pieces and remove the seeds.
Heat the oil in the pot, add the marinated shredded pork, and stir fry quickly until it turns white. When it is about 8, it will be ready for use.
Add oil to the pan and cook until 6 mature, fall into garlic cloves, simmer over medium heat. Add chili and stir fry twice (I didn't pay attention to the heat and time so it was paste … ==)
Quickly add soy sauce, thirteen spices, a little sugar, salt, and lentil shreds to stir evenly. Add some water and cover the stew pot (the lentils are poisonous when they are not cooked and harmful to the human body if eaten, so make sure that the lentils are cooked. If you dry the pot, you can add more water)
Braise the lid for about 2 minutes, and the water is almost dry. Add the shredded pork and stir-fry for a few times.
Serve a bowl of white rice and cover the dishes. OK, let ’s make sure it ’s delicious ~ O (∩_∩) O