Health in Spring Tomato Fish Fillet Soup
2024-02-11 09:58
Tomato is rich in nutrition and has a wide variety of cooking methods. Today, this tomato fish fillet soup is simple, nutritious, and has fewer fish ones. It is especially suitable for children.
Tomato contains fruit acid, which can reduce cholesterol content and is very beneficial for hyperlipidemia. Tomatoes are rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, and carotene, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, and iodine. They also contain proteins, sugars, organic acids, and cellulose.
Ingredients Consumption
Tomato 200 g
Basra fish 300 g
white pepper 2 g
Have all the materials ready
Add 2g white pepper powder, 1 spoon cooking wine, 2g salt, and 5g starch to the fish slices and marinate for 15 minutes.
Boil the tomatoes with boiling water or cook in the water pan for 1 minute to peel and cut the tomatoes into large pieces for later use.
Put about 10ml edible oil in the pot. When the oil is 50% hot, add ginger, minced garlic, and scallion.
Then pour the cut tomatoes and fry until the tomatoes are soft and rotten. Add about 600-800ml of clear water and boil, add an appropriate amount of salt, and cook for about five minutes.
Finally, quickly add the fish fillets. After the water is boiled, cook them for 2-3 minutes, and turn off the heat until they turn white and curly.
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