1. Rinse the ribs in blanching water and put them in the pot again, pour in water, add pepper, star anise, green onions, and ginger and cook until tender
2. The cooked ribs are delicious, take it out and prepare an egg and a pack of instant noodles for later use
3. Put the instant noodle cake into the soup of boiled ribs
4. After the instant noodles are boiled, add the instant noodle seasoning so that the taste is better
5. Instant noodles can be eaten out of the pot after cooking until they are not hard and smooth
6. Put the cooked instant noodles into the container
7. Put the cooked pork ribs and egg slices on it and garnish with coriander to make it more appetizing
8. A plate of lychees is very sweet and refreshing
9. The nutritional value of ribs is very rich. Kids love to eat. It is standard to eat together with instant noodles.
10. Breakfast should be what the kids like to eat to be happy
11. Do you want to have breakfast like this?
12. A good day starts with the breakfast you like
In addition to protein, fat, and vitamins, ribs also contain a large amount of calcium phosphate, collagen, bone mucin, etc., which can provide calcium for children and the elderly.
1. Ribs are rich in protein and fat, providing humans with high-quality protein and essential fatty acids, which can supplement the nutrients needed by the human body.
2. In middle-aged and elderly people, the microcirculation is impaired, and the collagen in the ribs can dredge the microcirculation, thereby improving the symptoms of aging and playing an anti-aging effect.
3. Spare ribs, like other animal meat, contain more essential trace elements such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, and chlorine. Among them, calcium and phosphorus are the nutrients for bone growth. Iron is not only indispensable for the synthesis of hemoglobin, but also the most important more than a dozen enzymes (such as cytochrome C, cytochrome oxidase, etc.) to maintain the normal life activities of the human body.
4. The protein in the ribs contains eight amino acids necessary for the human body, namely tryptophan, phenylalanine, lysine, leucine, isoleucine, threonine, methionine and valine, and The ratio is very close to the ratio required by the human body, which can provide enough nutrients for growth and development.