- 250g spinach
- 100g pork mince
- 50g peanuts
- minced ginger
- 15ml cooking wine
- 15ml soy sauce
- 5g sesame oil
- chicken powder
- Chinese medicine believes spinach is cold. Diarrhea patient should not eat or eat less.
- Spinach contains a lot of oxalic acids. Blanch in boil water for 10 seconds before cooking. It helps to remove most of the oxalic acid.
- Choose the peanut with red skin. In Chinese medicine, red peanut benefit for our blood and hemopoietic system. Before cooking, stir-fry peanuts in low heat until fragrant. It prevents overcooking and makes peanut crispy.
Remove root of spinach to the root, wash and clean. Blanch in boiling water. Drain and set aside.
Add oil to the pot and fry peanut over small heat until fragrant. Drain oil and set aside.
Use the remaining oil to fry minced ginger and sliced onions. Add pork mince to fry until white.
Pour into cooking wine to stir-fry for a while, then add soy sauce to improve taste.
Add spinach and peanut, to stir-fry, Season with salt and chicken powder. Drizzle with sesame oil. Serve hot.