Mutton is warm in nature. Eating mutton in winter can not only increase human body heat and resist cold, but also increase digestive enzymes, protect gastric wall, repair gastric mucosa, help spleen and stomach digest and play an anti-aging role


Half a catty of mutton
Proper cooking wine
Right amount of onion
8-10 slices of ginger
8 red dates
3 star anise
Appropriate amount of pepper


Step 1
Wash the mutton, add boiling water, and then blanch it with white vinegar for 10 minutes to remove the blood and fishy smell

Step 2
Cut onion, ginger and garlic and set aside. Wash red dates and set aside

Step 3
Heat the oil in the pot, add onion, ginger and garlic, and stir fry to give a flavor

Step 4
Add mutton and stir fry for about two or three minutes

Step 5
Add cooking wine, soy sauce, a proper amount of pepper, star anise and small fresh couple, and add water. The water should cover the mutton

Step 6
Add jujube and simmer for 1.5 hours. Only turn it once or twice during the process. Pay attention to the amount of water

Step 7
Out of the pot and on the plate