This healthy cold dish is loved by the whole family. I’ll teach you some tips to ensure that you don’t lose the hotel chef!
50g peanut kernel
3 cloves garlic
2 dried peppers
1 tablespoon raw soy sauce
2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
0.5 tablespoon sugar
A little sesame oil
Appropriate amount of edible oil
1 tablespoon salt
Proper amount of cooked white sesame
Step 1Cut and wash the spinach. After boiling the water in the pot, put the spinach in and blanch for one minute. You don't have to wait for the water to boil again. During the blanching time, the spinach will be too soft and affect the taste
Step 2Blanch the spinach in cold water, remove and drain
Step 3Chopped garlic
Step 4Rinse the peanuts with water to control the moisture; Cool the oil in a hot pot, add a little oil, add peanuts and stir fry over low heat. Put peanuts when the oil is cold. Don't put peanuts when the oil is hot, otherwise the peanuts will paste. Stir fry until the fragrance wafts out, and the red color of the peanuts gradually deepens. At this time, the peanuts have reached seven or eight maturity. Turn off the fire, continue to stir fry with residual temperature for about 20 seconds, and put the peanuts out to cool, and the peanuts are crisp after cooling. Don't turn off the fire until the red color of peanuts is fully mature to the color you want. It will paste and taste bitter.
Step 5Wash the dried pepper, cut it into sections in the kitchen, soak it in water for a while, so that it won't paste when frying again. Cool the oil in a hot pot, fry the pepper grains to make the flavor, and then fry the pepper section to make it fragrant.
Step 6Add soy sauce and vinegar to the drained spinach
Step 7Add minced garlic, salt, fried chili oil, dried peanuts
Step 8Finally, add sesame oil and mix well. Sprinkle some cooked sesame seeds if you like