This is what my husband likes to eat. I don’t like leeks, but my husband likes to eat, so he asked a lot of people how to do it. To sum up, it’s my first time to cook for a friend who has just learned to cook. It’s delicious with spareribs and yam soup


Proper flour
About 2 liang of leeks
3 eggs
Proper amount of salt
Appropriate amount of edible oil
A spoonful of fuel consumption
Five ribs
A yam
Several segments of onion
A piece of ginger
Some Lycium barbarum


Step 1
Wash and chop leeks

Step 2
Beat the eggs into a bowl and add a spoonful of fuel. Stir well, add oil in the pot, pour in the eggs, stir quickly with chopsticks (longer ones), stir fry a few times and let them cool, as shown in the figure

Step 3
Take a bowl of noodles and knead them with warm water until the surface is smooth. Cover it with a wet cloth and wake up for a while.

Step 4
Wash the ribs and blanch them in boiling water. Add boiling water, ribs, scallions, ginger slices and medlar into the soup pot. Bring to a boil and simmer over a low heat.

Step 5
Pour the cooled eggs into the leek bowl and add an appropriate amount of salt. Because there was not much scrambled egg oil, I heated it a little in the pot, poured it into the filling while the oil and filling, and stirred it evenly. Knead the noodles into strips, cut them into equal parts with a knife, and roll them into pancakes.

Step 6
Wrap it in a box.

Step 7
Add corn oil to the pan, put the leek box into the pan, bake over medium heat and turn over. Remember to let her stand for a while, so the bottom will be burned.

Step 8
At this time, the ribs are almost ready. Put yam into it and continue to stew.

Step 9
Add an appropriate amount of salt. After the leek boxes are baked, the yam and ribs soup will be fine