In fact, disorderly stewing cooking method integrates the Dietary Wisdom of our ancestors. All kinds of ingredients are stewed in one pot. While meat and vegetables taste each other, it greatly saves cooking time. I personally like this one pot stewed dish. I can eat a variety of vegetables at one time. Potatoes and beans are crispy and delicious. It feels great to melt in the mouth. Wash a few dishes less. When the weather is cold, you won’t fry a dish or cold a basin. When all the dishes are ready, the dishes prepared first have cooled down, and the taste and taste are greatly reduced. In fact, this is somewhat similar to the practice of potted dishes in Hakka areas in Guangdong, but potted dishes pay more attention to the arrangement of pots and the sequence of ingredients, which makes people have a great appetite. The more evenly and delicious the ingredients are mixed in disorderly stewing ~ ~ it reminds people of the rhythm that makes people drool, especially at the juncture of lunch time. It can’t be described any more \ (^ o ^)/~


200g spare ribs
1 potato
200g green beans
4 garlic cloves
Proper amount of salt
Proper oil
1 tbsp noodles with black bean sauce
1 tbsp oyster sauce
A little sugar
A little chicken essence
Proper amount of water


Step 1
Wash and drain the spareribs, peel and wash the potatoes and cut them into pieces. Remove the meridians and folds of the string beans and soak them for a moment. Pat the garlic petals flat and peel them. Heat the pot with an appropriate amount of oil. Pour in the spareribs, garlic petals and stir fry for a moment until the skin is burnt yellow.

Step 2
Pour in the washed string beans and stir fry for a while. Pour in soy sauce and noodle black bean sauce and continue to stir fry evenly

Step 3
Transfer in oyster sauce, a little salt, pour in cut potatoes and stir fry evenly.

Step 4
Pour in the right amount of water, mix well, cover the pan, boil it and boil it to medium heat until the soup is strong. When there is a little soup, add chicken essence, a little sugar and stir fry evenly.