|Flavor||Sour and sweet|
|time consuming||Twenty minutes|
Eggs 3, saline mung bean starch 4 spoonfuls, flour 2 spoonfuls, water 2 spoonfuls into a thin paste, then add 4 grams of baking powder, a little fragrant oil to mix.
Peel and dice pineapples. Soak in salt water for 3-5 minutes.
Remove the pineapple, drain it and put it in a dry flour bowl for a few times (or wrap it in oat flour).
Wrap raw oat flour with a little sesame.
Heat the pineapple slices with oil 6-7 and fry until golden and bubbly on both sides.
Outer Suriname, sweet and sour fried pineapple out of the pot.(You can also dip in sugar).
The rest of the batter, add shallots, 1 g salt, add sesame, mix well, add spoon into the frying pan until tender.
The taste of salted oil sticks.
Works by Teresabian from Food World