Pumpkin flower: apricot yellow, monoecious, solitary. Male corolla lobes large, apex long and pointed; female calyx lobes leafy; stigma three, enlarged, bifid. The petiole is about 30 cm long. Receptacle green, pentagonal bell-shaped. Stem, receptacle and corolla can be eaten. The pollen of pumpkin flower is rich in protein, amino acid, fat, sugar, B vitamins and enzymes. Pumpkin flower has the characteristics of clearing away dampness and heat, eliminating swelling and dissipating blood stasis. It has certain curative effect on infant anemia, jaundice, dysentery, cough, chronic constipation, large intestinal diseases, hypertension, headache, stroke and other diseases. It can also adjust the nervous state and improve insomnia. The rutin contained in the flower also has the functions of promoting blood vessel and heart function, promoting blood coagulation and preventing bleeding. It is an ideal natural health product for children and the elderly. In recent years, studies have found that flowers also contain a large amount of carotene, which has anti-cancer and anti-cancer effect. According to a study by nutritionists in Singapore, eating pumpkin flowers can also effectively improve IQ.
Food Material List
- 1 Fresh pumpkin flowers Some
- 2 Egg 3
- 1 Rinse the pickled pumpkin flowers, control the water content, and pour the eggs into a bowl. Stir well and set aside. In a hot pot < br /> add a little oil, spread the eggs, stir-fry the pumpkin flowers together.
- 2 Do not add water when stirring, because pumpkin flowers love a lot of water. Add a little salt and beef meal < br /> and stir for a short time. The stir-frying time should not be too long.