August 13, 2020

Steamed oysters with minced garlic

By admin

Materials

8 oysters

Two garlic

Two spicy millet

Proper amount of edible oil

2 spoonfuls of soy sauce

Steps:

Step 1:

Brush the shell of the oyster with a brush, wash the oyster meat, and put it on the plate.

Step 2:

Cut the garlic into small pieces, and cut the millet into small circles.

Step 3:

Heat up the oil pan, put in the right amount of oil, when the oil temperature is 50%, stir fry the garlic and millet, stir fry the fragrance, put out the standby.

Step 4:

Use a small spoon to spread the stir fried garlic into each oyster.

Step 5:

Top each oyster with soy sauce.

Step 6:

Boil the water in the steamer, add the oysters and steam for 5-6 minutes.

Step 7:

Done.

The cooking techniques of steamed oysters with minced garlic:

  1. Oysters must not be steamed for a long time, otherwise the oyster meat will be old and affect the taste!
  2. Nutritional value of raw oysters: nutritional value (1) every 100g of oysters, zinc content is as high as 9.39mg, men can meet the body’s demand for zinc; (2) the rich taurine in oysters has obvious hepatoprotective and cholagogic effect, which is also a good medicine for prevention and treatment of intrahepatic cholestasis during pregnancy; (3) It is rich in trace elements and glycogen, which is good for promoting the growth and development of fetus, correcting anemia of pregnant women and recovering physical strength of pregnant women. (4) oyster is also the best food for calcium supplement. It is rich in phosphorus. Because calcium is absorbed by the body, it needs the help of phosphorus, so it is conducive to the absorption of calcium; (5) Oysters also contain vitamin B12, which is the lack of common food. Cobalt in vitamin B12 is an indispensable material to prevent malignant anemia. Therefore, oysters have the function of active hematopoietic function; (6) There are many kinds of excellent amino acids in the protein of oyster. These amino acids have the function of detoxification and can remove the toxic substances in the body. Among them, the aminoethyl sulfonic acid can reduce the blood cholesterol concentration, so it can prevent arteriosclerosis; (7) Oyster extract can significantly inhibit platelet aggregation, reduce blood lipid and TXA2 content in blood of patients with hyperlipidemia, which is conducive to insulin secretion and utilization, and can enhance the sensitivity of malignant tumor cells to radiation and inhibit their growth.