Spicy mix, I think it’s more like an upgraded version of Malatang. On the whole, malamix is more enjoyable and tastes heavier than Malatang, especially full of sesame fragrance. Every bite is super enjoyable


Lotus root
Appropriate amount of potatoes
Appropriate side dishes
Appropriate amount of garlic
A spoonful of spicy millet
A spoonful of oyster sauce
A spoonful of scallion
A spoonful of chili powder
A spoonful of white sesame
Two spoonfuls of raw soy sauce
Proper amount of salt
Appropriate amount of sesame paste


Step 1
Let's make spicy soul first. Prepare some garlic. If you like, put more. A spoonful of millet spicy, a spoonful of scallion, a spoonful of chili powder and a spoonful of white sesame. Pour hot oil and stir well

Step 2
Another two spoonfuls of raw soy sauce, one spoonful of aged vinegar, an appropriate amount of salt, one spoonful of oyster sauce and more sesame paste. Stir well and set aside

Step 3
Lotus root and potato are cut into thin slices, and the water starch needs to be washed off

Step 4
Put it into the boiling water pot and cook for about a minute. The potatoes look transparent

Step 5
After a little cold water, the taste will be more crisp

Step 6
Put the remaining side dishes into the pot. The principle is to put them in first if they are not easy to cook, and then put them in last if they are easy to cook

Step 7
Then fish them into a bowl together, pour in the spicy sauce, stir and eat