Leek is rich in nutrition. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the warm nature of leek can warm the kidney and help Yang, benefit the spleen and stomach, disperse blood stasis, detoxify and reduce fat. Leek is suitable for, nausea, hematuria, dysentery, traumatic injury and other symptoms. Leek contains more fiber, which can promote the peristalsis of intestines and stomach, keep the stool unobstructed, eliminate too many components in the intestines, and play the role of weight loss.

Ingredients

100g leek
2 native eggs
1 tsp salt
1 tablespoon cooking wine

Directions

Step 1
Wash the leeks and cut them into sections.

Step 2
Add a little salt to the eggs and break them up.

Step 3
Into egg liquid.

Step 4
Put oil in the hot pot. My pot is not non stick, so the oil should be a little more. Pour in the egg liquid, and use chopsticks to stir and break it up. Then use a shovel to stir fry quickly and turn off the fire. Don't be too old, otherwise it's not delicious. It's better to be tender.

Step 5
After cooking, pour in leeks and stir fry slightly.

Step 6
Add eggs, continue to stir fry, season with salt and cooking wine.