1. Xiao Qiu Er soaked in advance.
2. Remove those close to the roots that feel bad, and shred them for later use.
3. Remove the roots of the tomatoes and cut into cubes for later use.
4. Mix all-purpose flour and water, and stir into a dough with chopsticks.
5. Take out the dough and roll it into thin slices.
6. Use a sharp knife to cut into small pieces for later use.
7. Beat the eggs and mix well.
8. Pour into a hot pan, shake well, and fry until golden brown on the surface.
Take out and cut into small pieces with a spatula and set aside for later use.
(Because there is no oil, the bottom may be a little sticky, don't worry, it will be gone after a little cleaning!)
10. If you don’t like coriander, you can switch to other leafy greens.
11. Wash the coriander to remove the roots, leaving mainly the upper leaves.
12. When the pan is hot, pour in corn oil.
13. When the oil is hot, pour in all quarters of the good diced tomatoes and stir-fry a few times quickly.
14. Pour in the tomato sauce and continue to fry for a few more times to get a tomato flavor.
15. Pour in water and boil until boiling.
16. Pour in autumn ears, egg cubes, and diced tomatoes, and boil until boiling.
17. Add gnocchi in a scattered manner, sprinkle with salt, mix well and cook.
18. Sprinkle with coriander, stir, and enjoy now!
If you don't like coriander, you can change it to other leafy greens.