1. Prepare crispy ribs, American ginseng slices, peanuts, and wolfberry.
2. Rinse the crispy ribs slowly with running water, cut one piece in half, then drain the crispy bones into clean water and soak for 30 minutes. Turn a few times in the middle to soak the blood in the crispy ribs, rinse and drain the water for later use.
3. The peanuts are soaked overnight, and the American ginseng slices and wolfberry are washed to remove the dust on the surface and prepared.
4. Dispose the crispy bones into a bowl, add shredded ginger, huadiao wine, soy sauce, salt, sugar, sesame oil, marinate for 20 minutes, turn a few times in the middle to make the ribs more delicious.
5. Prepare a deep bowl, add peanuts, marinated crispy ribs and American ginseng and mix well.
6. Put the right amount of water in the steamer, then place the deep bowl on the steaming rack, cover and steam for 50 minutes.
7. Then sprinkle in wolfberry.
8. Cover the lid and steam for another 10 minutes.
1. The crispy ribs should be soaked in clean water first, soak the blood in the crispy ribs, and the steamed ones will taste more fragrant.
2. When marinating crispy ribs, turn it a few times in the middle to make it easier to taste.
3. Peanuts must be soaked well in advance to be easy to steam.
4. If the steaming process is replaced with a pressure cooker, the time can be shortened to about 30 minutes.
5. Only when American ginseng is steamed and stewed in water can it exert a better effect.
6. American ginseng should not be consumed too much, preferably not more than 10 grams per day.