Home Tutorials for Minced Pork and Pea Soup

[Materials] 1 bowl of peas, 1 carrot, appropriate amount of minced meat, a few cloves of garlic, 1 tablespoon of starch, appropriate amount of cold water, a little oil, a little salt, a little light soy sauce

1. Remove the peas from the pods. If the pods are very tender, tear off the old skin and tendons, leave the tender pods and stir-fry them. Cut the carrots into pea-sized cubes;

2. Prepare a ball of meat filling, fat or thin, you can smash the garlic for a few knives;

3. Mix a spoonful of starch with cold water evenly. The wild kudzu root powder I used has the effect of clearing heat and eliminating fire. You can also use other starches instead;

4. Boil the peas in a pot of boiling water for two minutes, completely cut off the raw, remove the smell, then put the carrots into the pot, blanch for about 30 seconds, remove all the water and set aside;

5. Pour a little oil in the wok, and stir-fry the minced garlic for a fragrance;

6. Pour the minced meat into the pot, quickly scatter, and pour a little light soy sauce to remove fishy and freshness;

7. Pour the diced peas and carrots into the pot, sprinkle a little salt, and then pour some hot water to boil;

8. Prepare a bowl of starch slurry in advance, a teaspoon of starch and half a bowl of water, not too thick, pour into the pot after mixing, and turn off the heat when the soup is boiled again.

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