Eye-catching recipes

Eye-catching recipes

Leek flower, also known as leek flower, is a white flower cluster born on white leek in autumn. It is mostly picked when it is not blooming. It is ground and marinated to make a sauce.

In winter, northerners like to use pork belly slices, sauerkraut, vermicelli and bone soup to stew into a large pot, served with a plate of leek flowers, and mixed with different flavoring sauces. This is one of their most distinctive home-cooked dishes.One.

In the south, people prefer to fry chives.

Dicky has loved eating chives with fried meat from grandma since he was a child. Sometimes he thinks that the taste of the slice is too monotonous, and he will use cowboy bones as a substitute.

He said that chives are rich in vitamins A and C, and eating more is good for the eyes.

Looking at Dicky’s big, bright eyes, I wonder if it was due to the bright-eyed effect of chives.

  Ingredients for deep-frying (three servings): cowboy bone (half a catty), red pepper (1 pc), yellow pepper (1 pc), chives (one click), ginger (3 slices), garlic (3 cloves)Marinade: Haitian Seafood Soy Sauce (2 tablespoons), Sugar (1/2 tablespoon), Salt (1/2 tablespoon) Seasoning: Haitian Seafood Soy Sauce (1/2 tablespoons), Haitian Iron Strengthened Gold Standard Raw Soy Sauce Production Method: 1.

Wash red and yellow peppers and cut into strips; wash and cut chives into small pieces; cut garlic into slices.


After the cowboy bones are washed, use 2 tablespoons of soy sauce, 1/2 tablespoon of sugar, and 1/2 tablespoon of salt to marinate for 10 minutes.


Heat 3 tablespoons of oil, sauté garlic and stir-fry the marinated cowboy bone.


Add leek flowers and fry until the color is emerald green.


Add the red and yellow peppers to the wok and stir-fry them together. Season with soy sauce and serve immediately.