1. After the whole piece of skin is put in a pot and blanched, use a knife to scrape off the white grease inside. The white grease is all white. The cleaner it is scraped, the more refreshing it will taste.
2. Cut the processed skin into finger-wide strips.
3. Put it in a bowl, add a little salt, white onion and ginger slices, add three times the amount of water, and steam for 20 minutes in a steamer to soften the skin.
4. Soak the black fungus with water, remove the stalk, and wash it.
5. After the steamed pork skin is filtered, it is dried and set aside. Don't waste the steamed pork skin water. Add some salt and vegetables. When frozen, it will be a delicious pork skin jelly!
6. Put oil in the pan, heat up, pour in the green pepper slices and fry until slightly softened.
7. Pour in the processed black fungus and stir well.
8. Add the steamed pork skin and stir-fry evenly.
9. Pour in a little light soy sauce, season with salt, and stir well before serving! Delicate and soft, both old people and children like it!
The white oil in the skin is cleaned as much as possible, which is not only healthier, but also tastes better.
The skin is steamed and then fried, the taste will be softer and waxy, and it can also reduce the greasy feeling.
Green peppers and fungus are a combination that removes greasiness. These three ingredients are indispensable. I personally feel that the skin must be spicy to taste, and it is too greasy without chili.