Radish Konjac Soup with Yellow Croaker

Small yellow croaker is very tasty and has few thorns. It is a good material for making fish soup. On a hot summer day, use cool white radish and konjac with a lot of fiber, together with fragrant small yellow croaker soup, which is delicious and healthy ~

Small yellow croaker is very tasty and has few thorns. It is a good material for making fish soup. On a hot summer day, use cool white radish and konjac with a lot of fiber, together with fragrant small yellow croaker soup, which is delicious and healthy ~

Material

Small yellow croaker
White radish
Konjac
shallot
sauce
Cooking wine
salt
sugar
starch

Dispose of small yellow croaker (remove all internal organs, if you don't like fish head).

Dry the washed yellow croaker with kitchen paper, and apply some starch to each side (for the convenience of frying the fish).

Shred white radish, thinly slice ginger, and mince shallot. Lumpy konjac cut into strips; if it is knot, wash it.

Put oil in the pan, heat it up, add ginger slices and green onion. Then add the small yellow croaker. Let one side fry thoroughly, then turn over and fry the other side.

After the fish is sautéed, add hot water that just flows over the fish (preferably the water that has just been boiled, it is best to boil), and cook on high heat for 10 minutes.

After 10 minutes, add shredded radish and season with salt and a little sugar. When the shredded radish is slightly softer, add konjac and cook for another 1-2 minutes. You can cook it

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