Sturgeon soup recipe
Tomatoes are a great ingredient, especially for soups. Drink it to make soup. Very tasty, and our family likes to use it for soup. It is very good to add tomato and fish to make soup. Yesterday, I tasted tomato sturgeon soup at a friend's house. The sour and refreshing taste attracted everyone. Everyone's evaluation of it is very high, so I also learned its practice with my friends, and I will share with you the practice of tomato sturgeon soup.
- 4 tomatoes
- 4 shallots
- 2 scallions
- 1 piece ginger
- 5 garlic
- some five-spice powder
- 5g white pepper
- 5ml cooking wine
- 5g starch
- a little bay leaf
- 20 tomato sauce gram
- 10 g sugar
To make this tomato sturgeon soup, you must first buy fresh sturgeon, clean it, cut it into slices, and add cooking wine, starch, white pepper, and other seasonings to marinate.
Blanch the tomatoes in boiling water, and use a knife to make a 1 cm deep cross on the top of the tomatoes. You can easily remove the skin and cut it into small pieces for later use.
Next, we put an appropriate amount of oil in the pot. After the oil is hot, put the ginger and garlic in the pot and stir fry until fragrant. Add the right amount of salt, sugar, and tomato paste and stir fry.
Add an appropriate amount of boiling water, put the marinated fish into the pot, put a few fragrant leaves, boil over high heat, and simmer for 5-6 minutes on low heat. Sprinkle with chopped green onion, and the delicious tomato sturgeon soup is ready.
Tips in cooking:
- Sturgeon is easy to get old, so it is enough to put the fish in the pot, stop it, and don't cook it too much.
- After the fish is in the pot, be careful not to turn it over. If it is turned over, the fishy smell will be very heavy.
- The ginger used in the soy pot must be stir-fried to get the fragrance. It is what you should pay attention to when making fish because ginger has the effect of removing a fishy smell.
Sturgeon is a kind of fish that can be used as medicine. It invigorates the middle and nourishes qi, and can prevent Alzheimer's disease, especially for the elderly. Regular consumption of sturgeon can strengthen your body, and this fish also softens blood vessels.