Material: edamame, millet pepper, garlic, oil, bay leaf, cinnamon, star anise, dried chili, pepper, etc.
1. Prepare an appropriate amount of edamame, wash it with water several times, thoroughly wash the dust and impurities on the pod, and cut off the two ends of the edamame. Cut off both ends here, and the taste can easily penetrate.
2. Add water to the pot, turn on high heat and boil the water, pour in baking soda, add a spoonful of salt, and add baking soda when marinating the edamame, the edamame will not change color, pour the edamame into the pot, the water will boil again and then turn to medium Boil for 6 minutes, pour out the edamame and let it cool in cold water.
3. Cut the millet pepper into small pieces, cut the garlic into pieces, and then pour in 70% hot oil to stimulate the fragrance.
4. Prepare an appropriate amount of bay leaves, cinnamon, star anise, dried chili, pepper, etc. will be used for brine.
5. Heat the pot without putting oil, put in the prepared aniseed, turn on a small fire and slowly stir fry the aroma of the aniseed. If the fire is too high in this step, it will be easy to paste. After smelling the aroma of the aniseed, add an appropriate amount Boil the water for 20 minutes to let the aroma of the aniseed blend into the soup.
6. After 20 minutes, drain the slag in the pot, and pour in an appropriate amount of salt, chicken essence, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, oyster sauce, and pepper oil, if you like spicy food, you can add a little red pepper oil, stir to dissolve the seasoning, and then add Pour the brine into the edamame, add the minced garlic and millet pepper prepared just now, and stir evenly. Finally, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for two hours to make the edamame fully taste.
7. Okay, a delicious and delicious brined edamame is ready, if you have friends who like it, please try it.