Once spring is over, leeks are not so fragrant. What should I do when I want to eat? Then eat leek moss, that is, the tender stem of leek flowering. It has the effects of Tonifying the kidney and helping Yang, warming the middle and reducing adverse reactions, tonifying the middle and benefiting the liver, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, dredging collaterals and hemostasis, moistening the lung, skin care, preventing wind cold and night blindness. It not only tastes delicious, but also has high medicinal value.

Ingredients

200g leek moss
350g sea shrimp
2 dried peppers
6 g ginger
15g garlic
1 small nine storey tower
15ml steamed fish soy sauce
1g salt
1g pepper
15ml cooking wine
30ml edible oil

Directions

Step 1
Leek moss and ingredients preparation.

Step 2
Shrimp preparation.

Step 3
Cut off the shrimp whiskers and pick out the shrimp line.

Step 4
Drain after washing.

Step 5
Pour into a bowl, add pepper, cooking wine and marinate for 15 minutes.

Step 6
Prepare other dishes when marinating shrimp. Pinch the old stem of leek moss, wash and cut into inch sections, wash the nine layer tower, and chop ginger, garlic and pepper.

Step 7
Cool the oil in a hot pot, add ginger, garlic and dry pepper.

Step 8
Stir fry over low heat to produce fragrance.

Step 9
Marinated shrimps.

Step 10
Stir fry until the shrimp changes color, pour in steamed fish and soy sauce.

Step 11
Stir fry and add leek moss.

Step 12
Stir well and season with salt.

Step 13
The lower nine floors of the tower.

Step 14
Quickly stir fry, turn off the heat, put the plate out of the pot.