Afternoon tea

Sydney Asparagus Prawn

Autumn is a good season for eating pears. Pear is rich in nutrients, including protein, fat, sugar and a variety of vitamins and minerals. It has delicate flesh, delicious juice, crisp and sweet. There is a folk saying that “the heat of clearing the six organs of the living and the Yin of the five organs of the acquaintance” is the source of the heat. Eating pear raw can obviously eliminate the symptoms of dry throat, itching, pain, hoarseness, constipation and urinary red caused by upper respiratory tract infection. Cooked pears can nourish yin, moisten lung, relieve cough and expectorate, and have a good moisturizing and protective effect on the voice. Therefore, many announcers and hosts regard pears as a good dietary therapy.

Food Material List

  • 1 Fresh shrimp (river shrimp, sea shrimp)
  • 2 asparagus
  • 3 Sydney (all kinds of tender pears)

Operational steps

  • 1 Peel the fresh shrimp, remove the head and tail, cut the back of the shrimp with a knife, pick out the shrimp thread, wash and wipe it dry.
  • 2 Add egg white, salt, white pepper and dry starch and marinate for half an hour.
  • 3 After removing the old roots, the asparagus is cut into sections and boiled in boiling water to cool down quickly.
  • 4 Peel and core pears and cut them into strips.
  • 5 Oil in a hot pot and stir-fry shrimps until they are 50% hot.
  • 6 Under asparagus and pear, add salt, stir-fry quickly and evenly, then serve in a pot and pan.

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