January 21, 2020
蠔 — 性平，滋陰養血、補心安神，適合陰虛、煩熱、失眠、心神不安者食用。惟注意患有慢性皮膚病如濕疹人士不宜多吃。
Pan fried golden oyster with honey to nourish yin and calm the mind
Many people eat dried Oysters during Chinese new year, but even more people love the seasonal golden oysters that are available during autumn and winter. The golden oysters are fresh products of oysters that are dried for one to two days. They are semi-dry and wet. It tastes different from the dried oysters that have been sun dried for a month. From Chinese medicine perspective, oysters are mild in nature and have the effect of nourishing yin and blood, replenishing the heart and calming the mind, and are especially suitable for those who experience irritating heat and insomnia.
Oyster- mild in nature, nourishes yin and blood, replenishes the heart and calms the mind. Suitable for yin deficiency, irritability, insomnia, and anxiety. However, those with chronic skin issues such as eczema should not eat too much.
Pan fried golden oyster with honey is a simple and presentable dish that can be prepared in 15 minutes. The golden oyster itself has the salty flavor of seafood, so simple seasoning with honey is enough.
Pan fried golden oyster with honey
Ingredients: 8 golden oysters, 10 slices of ginger, chopped spring onion, 1 tablespoon Shaoxing wine, 1 teaspoon dark soy sauce, 2-3 tablespoons honey
1. Rinse the golden oysters, place the ginger slices and chopped spring onion on them and steam for 5 minutes. Take out and drain for later use.
2. Add some oil into a heating wok, then add the golden oysters, and fry them until both sides are golden then set aside. Add Shaoxing wine, dark soy sauce and honey to the wok and cook until sauce has thickened. Add back golden oysters and stir well.
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