Quinoa is a grain with complete protein. It has also been rated as one of the top ten good grains in China. Others include: whole wheat flour, brown rice, oat rice, millet, corn, buckwheat, sorghum rice, highland barley and job’s tears. I usually like to cook all kinds of grains and rice, which will taste better and be more acceptable to my stomach and intestines.
200g fresh shrimp
1 red pepper
1 slice ginger
1 clove garlic
3 g white sesame
20G sweet chili sauce
10g soy sauce
10g rice vinegar
3 g Corn Starch
Step 1Complete materials
Step 2Soak quinoa for half an hour to remove astringency, add 1.3 times water and cook for 15 ~ 20 minutes. If you cook with rice, you can cook rice at the same time as usual. Of course, if you don't eat quinoa, you can also use other grains. They are healthy thriller grains.
Step 3Marinate the shrimps with salt, cooking wine and starch for ten minutes.
Step 4If you buy shrimps, marinate them directly. If you buy fresh shrimp, it will bother your little hands and make a little effort. There are many ways to peel shrimp. I like this: pick out the shrimp thread from the second section of shrimp with a toothpick, remove the shrimp head and shrimp feet, cut open the stomach, put it into the refrigerator for quick freezing for more than 20 minutes, and then peel it.
Step 5During the shrimp curing, cut the red pepper into sections;
Step 6Heat the pot over medium high heat, add a little oil, saute ginger and garlic, then add shrimp and fry quickly.
Step 7After the shrimps change color, add broccoli and stir fry for a while.
Step 8Pour in the mixed sauce and stir fry evenly. The sauce is mixed with 20g sweet chili sauce, 10g soy sauce, 10g rice vinegar, 1g salt and 3G corn starch. It can be fried and put on a plate.