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- Pig bone

- Ginger

- Crispy flour


- Pork purchased to wash gently to clean, pour into a marinated bowl with a teaspoon of seasoning powder for about 15 minutes.

- Ginger peeled off, finely chopped fibers into marinated and marinated with pork.

- Put the pig bone in water for 15-20 minutes.

- Mix crispy fried dough with water.

- Soak the steamed pig bone into the dough.

- Put the cooking oil in a pan, until the hot oil poured the pork pulp into the fried until golden, then take out and drain.

- This dish is served with soy sauce and raw vegetables. Pigs are nutritious, very good for young children and the elderly.

The bone marrow after baking has a special aroma, no need to add too much spice, just sprinkle some salt on top, you can add a little red green pepper, simple but look extremely attractive.

Composition of bone marrow nutrition

Bone marrow contains a good amount of calories and fat, as well as a small amount of nutrients such as protein and vitamin B12.

For example, one tablespoon (14 grams) of raw caribou bone marrow provides:

Calories: 110

Total fat: 12 grams

Protein: 1 gram

Vitamin B12: 7% of daily reference consumption (RDI)

Riboflavin (vitamin B2): 6% RDI

Iron: 4% RDI

Vitamin E: 2% RDI

Phosphorus: 1% RDI

Vitamin B1: 1% RDI

Vitamin A: 1% RDI

Bone marrow provides a small amount of Pantothenic Acid (vitamin B5), vitamins B1 and Biotin (B7), necessary for important body processes, including energy production.