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Fire Pork with Black Fungus | Chinese Food Easy Recipes

▪ Ingredients  

Ingredients

Quantity

Pork

500 g

Wood Ear

100 g

Chili, chopped pepper, garlic

a few

Cooking wine, starch, soy sauce

a few

 

▪ Detailed steps  

Sliced Pork

Marinate the meat with cooking wine, cornstarch and soy sauce for 10 minutes

Marinated meat slices stir-fried in a frying pan until browned and can be set aside

Leave the bottom oil, chopped pepper, minced garlic, chili pepper into the frying pan bursting with fragrance

Pour in the fungus and fry

Then add the meat slices and stir-fry evenly

Season with soy sauce and salt, the dish is finished

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