It is said that there is a daughter-in-law in Northeast China who is not good at housework and knows nothing about cooking. One day, the mother-in-law at home asked her daughter-in-law to cook a good dish. Her daughter-in-law made it difficult. She didn’t know where to start, but she was brave enough to wash and shred raw materials such as pepper, cucumber, green onion and coriander. Throw them together and mix them with seasoning. When this dish of “self-made” food was served on the table, my mother-in-law saw such an outrageous practice, tasted it and said with a sigh, “daughter-in-law, you are really a tiger.” Therefore, since then, people have called this dish “tiger food”.
1 handful of shrimps
1 / 2 red peppers