“How can bacon be bacon again?” this is what wood and aliens said. Aliens said it the moment they opened the door. Because I smell bacon on my meal. “Don’t you throw away the bacon? I cleaned up the fridge and burned one with dried cowpeas,” I replied angrily. Bacon is the enemy of wood and aliens. Every time they make bacon, they don’t eat it and mutter for a long time. I have to eat bacon for two days. In fact, I like to eat lean meat and spare ribs. These bacon are brought by relatives and friends from the mainland every year. They are all well intentioned local specialties. No matter how good local specialties are, they are also sent to the wrong door. My family is an example. I don’t eat spicy ingredients, especially wood sausages. I like to eat these sausages. Aliens also taste spicy sausages. As for Cantonese sausages, they don’t taste them. They say they are sweet and salty. I really can’t stand the taste.

Ingredients

100g dried beans
500g Bacon
Appropriate amount of vegetable oil
Proper amount of salt
5g ginger
1 octagonal
2G pepper granules
2G rock sugar

Directions

Step 1
Main ingredients: dried cowpea, bacon accessories: vegetable oil, salt, ginger, soy sauce, raw soy sauce, rock sugar, pepper granules, star anise, chicken essence

Step 2
Soak in cold water for more than 2 hours

Step 3
Clean and cut into pieces

Step 4
Soak dried cowpeas in warm water

Step 5
Wash and cut

Step 6
Ginger slices

Step 7
Cool the oil in a hot pot, heat the oil for 50% of the bacon, stir fry it to give the flavor and oil

Step 8
Add soy sauce and raw soy sauce, stir fry evenly, and add ginger, star anise and pepper to stir fry until fragrant

Step 9
Add water and rock sugar and bring to a boil

Step 10
Add dried cowpeas and a little salt

Step 11
Continue to cook for about 30 minutes until the bacon is cooked

Step 12
Add chicken essence and collect the juice