Pork should not be fried or fried, this is the way to help keep the dish nutritious, frugal and delicious

Raw materials for processing steamed cabbage:

- Cabbage leaves (pay attention to choosing large, fresh leaves, so wear away some white living parts)

- 200 grams of minced pork, should choose lean shoulder and a little extra fat.

- Half a carrot

- Shiitake mushrooms, wood ear mushroom, scallions, seasoning seeds, pepper

How to make steamed cabbage meat:

Step 1: Prepare vegetables

- Carrots washed, peeled, diced

- Shiitake, wood ear mushroom soaked, washed thoroughly and chopped.

- Wash green onions. Half chopped, half halved.

- Wash the cabbage, being careful not to make the incision.

- Shiitake, wood ear mushroom soaked, washed, then chopped.

- Scallions: Take half cut into small pieces, half separate leaves, separate, clean and blanch through boiling water.

Step 2: Marinate the meat

- Minced meat marinated with spices according to the following ratio: 1 teaspoon of seasoning seeds + 1 little pepper (depending on family taste) + shiitake mushrooms + sprouted mushrooms + carrots + scallions prepared in the previous step.

- You can add 1 teaspoon oyster sauce to help the meat soft and the dish becomes more tasty.

- Marinate meat for 15 minutes.

Step 3: Steam the meat

- Cabbage and green onions blanch through boiling water for 1 minute

- Spread cabbage leaves on a flat surface, scoop out the meat with a spoon, then roll it up like a spring roll.

- Use blanched onions to secure, to prevent the meat from sprouting from the cabbage leaves.

- Put cabbage on a tray, steam for 20 minutes.

Nutritional value of cabbage:

1. Helps form red blood cells

2. With abundant potassium content, cabbage helps maintain and circulate blood, protect the cardiovascular system, reduce the symptoms of hypertension.

3. Cabbage also contains vitamin C, which not only provides a healthy skin but also enhances resistance.

4. Detoxifying the body by containing high levels of vitamin C and sulfur, cabbage can help eliminate toxins (free radicals).

5. Good for the brain: With the content of vitamin K and anthocyanin, cabbage helps to sedate and increase brain concentration.

6. Good for the eyes: Cabbage is a rich source of fruits and vegetables containing beta-carotene, providing maximum eye protection.

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