Fried buns with egg

I loved my mother ’s craft as a child, because it was always better than the neighbor ’s ~~~~ At that time, my companions were afraid that the leftover buns at home would be used to stir-fry, but my brother and I were really looking forward to stir-fry at home. Steamed bun ~~~~

I loved my mother ’s craft as a child, because it was always better than the neighbor ’s ~~~~ At that time, my companions were afraid that the leftover buns at home would be used to stir-fry, but my brother and I were really looking forward to stir-fry at home. Steamed bun ~~~~

Material

Leftover buns
Cabbage leaves (preferably cabbage leaves) cut into small pieces of wide silk
Jiang Si
Garlic slices
Shallot
egg
Chicken essence
salt
Paprika (Mother didn't have it when she made it)

Cut the buns into small cubes about 1.5 cubic centimeters in size, and gently rub a few times with your hands, there will be a lot of bun residues, I especially like it, then put some salt, paste pepper powder and stir (if the buns are too hard, you can mix Salt is poured with two teaspoons of water and poured)

Beat the eggs evenly, clockwise to the buns, then stir well

Put oil in the pan. After the oil is hot, add ginger shreds, garlic slices, and shallots until fragrant. Then add green shreds and stir fry and add a little salt to taste

Then pour the steamed buns, don't rush to turn it down, you can turn it when you see the egg liquid solidified around a little brown

At this time, put down the spring onions and stir fry until the buns are golden

Add black pepper and salt and stir-fry evenly, just serve

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