“Simple version of large boiled dried silk, you can mix with soup, add chicken soup and other taste will be more delicious.”
|dried bean curd cut into shreds||1 bags|
|Remember back in that day||Appropriate amount|
|White pepper powder||Few|
Dry silk is soaked in clear water (I bought it off the shelf, and of course I can buy it back and cut it myself).
Shell the shrimp, take shrimp thread, agaric and shredded ham.
Remove the dried silk and wash it.
Pour some salad oil into the pan.
Heat oil 50% to heat, pour in ham, stir fry shrimps.
Just discolor the shrimps and pour in a large bowl of water.
Pour the water into the dried silk, agaric and turn to low heat to boil.
Finally, add the cabbage, a little salt, chicken essence and white pepper.
Stir-fry twice and serve.
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