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Frost health preservation eat fried tofu with green pepper to soften blood vessels and prevent constipation

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

Chinese people have a tradition of tonic and health preservation in frost season. Generally, most of the food materials are foods with sufficient calories, such as chickens, ducks, cattle and sheep, in order to supplement nutrition and accumulate energy in winter. After eating big fish and meat, you might as well change your taste and eat some vegetarian vegetables, which are delicious and healthy. Today's old yellow calendar introduces you that fried tofu with green pepper suitable for frost health preservation can soften blood vessels and prevent constipation.


Fried Tofu with green pepper ingredients: 200g tofu, 100g green pepper, 50g water chestnut, refined salt, soy sauce, monosodium glutamate, chopped green onion, ginger, garlic, edible oil, sesame oil, wet starch and monosodium glutamate.


methods: 1. Wash the tofu, cut it into 2cm long pieces, and marinate it with soy sauce, minced onion and minced garlic; 2. Pour an appropriate amount of edible oil into the pot, fry the tofu until both sides are golden, and remove it for standby; 3. Cut the green pepper into squares, peel and slice the water chestnut; 4. Heat the wok, pour in peanut oil, and fry green pepper and water chestnut until they are cut off; 5. Pour in an appropriate amount of water, add wet starch, add tofu when the juice is thick, then add refined salt, monosodium glutamate and sesame oil, and mix well. Health Preserving Effects of


: green pepper is hot and spicy; Return to the spleen and heart meridian. Green pepper contains vitamin C, vitamin B6, folic acid, niacin, dietary fiber and other components. It has the effects of softening blood vessels, reducing blood lipid and preventing constipation.


green peppers are rich in vitamin C and vitamin K, which can prevent and treat scurvy, gum bleeding, anemia and vascular fragility. The unique taste of green pepper and capsaicin can stimulate saliva secretion, help digestion, promote gastrointestinal peristalsis and prevent constipation.


food taboos: green peppers should not be eaten too much at one time. Spicy green peppers are easy to cause hemorrhoids and other inflammation. In addition, eating more green pepper may stimulate the gastrointestinal tract too strongly, causing abdominal pain and other discomfort symptoms. Too much capsaicin will disrupt intracellular metabolism.

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