My daughter told me when she went to kindergarten: "Mom, I always eat shredded vegetables in kindergarten, the teacher said that shredded vegetables are nutritious …" I accidentally saw a similar dish in a magazine and made it Let's borrow it and share it with the kitchen king. This dish has a variety of raw materials, bright colors, easy to cause children's appetite, and nutrition is also very rich. The cut into filamentous dishes is helpful for the baby to practice using chopsticks.
|Spinach or chicken feather||50 grams|
|Shiitake mushrooms||2 flowers|
|Fresh soy sauce or children's soy sauce||1 spoon|
|Starch, cooking wine||The right amount|
|Salad oil||The right amount|
Wash carrots and shiitake mushrooms and shred them; wash spinach and cut into sections.
Shred the tenderloin with a little starch and cooking wine to remove fishy flavour, mix in 5 grams of soy sauce and mix well.
Put salad oil in the pot, stir-fry the meat filling, add various shredded vegetables, stir-fry and add the remaining soy sauce to season.