I’m from the North and Lin Jingjing is from the South, so there will inevitably be differences in daily diet, and Lin Jingjing is a Southerner with a heavier taste, so The concept of a light southern diet does not suit him at all, and he tries new dishes every day, but Lin Jingjing’s appetite is not so good. Good (although I’m from the north, my palate is on the light side) and then I discovered that Lin Jingjing likes tapenade and chilli sauce, so I came up with this Papaya Snack!!!! By the way, this is when a friend of half a year of research results, but also registered a trademark, at that time, although not mass production, but at least in our! It was so well received within the hospital that we named it “The Wordless Book”!
|A number of (I usually use about two taels, and this soaks up about a 1:3 ratio)|
|a good chunk|
|A big handful (my family loves spicy food, so if you can’t eat spicy food, just put a few spices on it)|
|A toss (as a medical professional, promoting a low-salt diet)|
|About 1-2 tablespoons (Mainly to refresh and neutralize flavors) can be left out.|
Lee Kum Kee raw soy sauce
|One bottle (this one is the highlight ⚠️ tried N many kinds of soy sauce and this is the only one that tastes the best)|
White wine (I’m using Niu Lanshan Erguotou)
|About 60-80ml of high liquor Oh, don’t worry about the DUI Oh, the alcohol will evaporate!|
Dark soy sauce or MSG soy sauce
|Mainly for coloring, personally I don’t recommend putting|
A recipe for Lin Jingjing’s favorite papaya snacks
Peel and cut green papaya into shreds, air-dried naturally, rinse with running water (air-dried dust) ⚠️don’t soak ⚠️will affect Taste, you must use room temperature water oh, about two or three times is good, and then with cold water (boiling water placed at room temperature) soak 1-2 minutes! , mainly to flush out the tap water, after all, tap water has bacteria , cool water is better after heat.
Quickly fish out and clutch out the excess water! The more you do it, the better! Let it continue to air dry in a ventilated area for about 3-5 hours, removing as much moisture as possible so it’s crisp! Remember to flip it.
Finely chopped garlic and shredded old ginger! You can also break it up in a food processor like I did! (this makes the little dish shake off, or wrap it in a saran wrap) I think the pickled ginger and garlic tastes good too. Northern life eat ginger and garlic this southerners can not understand
Then pour all the spices into a large bowl or tub and stir thoroughly, I bet you’ll drool if you ask the taste
Put in the shredded papaya and stir! Stir! Stir! Want to make every papaya shred rain-soaked
A big water and oil free sealed jar! Don’t pack it too tight, the shredded papaya will expand as it absorbs the sauce! And leave some room for flipping them! That way the papaya shreds on top will have a chance to fill up! We’ll be ready in three to five days! I’ll make sure your dining room table never leaves it!