Take a longer name today… Always unable to type the word “bao” (ju two tones), and too lazy to find posts, so directly Googles “tuna corn”. Unexpectedly, I found a post that copied my recipes, or what kind of healthy community. This is the first time that I have encountered this situation. Although all my pictures have watermarks, only this spaghetti is transmitted to Douguo. At that time, there was no watermarking on that picture (I thought Douguo would be watermarked, but in fact there was no watermarking on it). It seems that watermarking is really useful. Without watermarking, it will be stolen immediately, roaring… At that time, I didnt think much about it. I foolishly reminded the landlord to write the source. After a while, my post was deleted. Forget it, its also good to be copied. Its a proof of yourself. Hey hey, when you think about it, you feel a little happy.
Food Material List
- 1 White fish 900g
- 2 Cooked shelled shrimp About ten
- 3 Leek Two trees
- 1 Cut the fish into large pieces and put them in a pot. Cook the fish with milk for three minutes. The fire is not too big (as shown above).
- 2 The fish is cooked and separated from the milk.
- 3 Melt 50 grams of butter in the pan and stir-fry with flour. Add the milk just boiled for fish, turn off the heat after boiling, add high-fat butter and mix evenly. Sprinkle with fennel.
- 4 Pour the cooked fish, shrimp and ribbons into a porcelain baking dish and pour in 3 juices to mix evenly.
- 5 Preheat oven 200 degrees
- 6 Topping mashed potatoes: Cook the potatoes in boiling water and crush them with masher or shovel. Melt the remaining butter in the pan, mix in the chopped leek, add a little water, and cover the pan until the leek is completely soft. Mix leek and potatoes together and the leek juice will break the dried potatoes into mashed potatoes.
- 7 Spread mashed potatoes evenly on creamy seafood. By this time the oven has reached the appropriate temperature, and the whole dish is placed in the center of the oven for 30 minutes. Be accomplished!
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