Required ingredients and seasonings: thin-skinned green peppers, ginger, garlic seeds, soy sauce, oyster sauce, sugar, vinegar
1. It is very important to select materials for tiger skin green peppers. If you like it not spicy, it is best to buy thin-skinned peppers that are lighter in color and tender; otherwise, buy dark green ones that are slightly older.
2. Hold the handle of the green pepper with your hand, stuff it inside, remove the stalk and seeds of the pepper, and wash it. Place it on the cutting board and tap it twice with a knife to flatten it for better flavor.
3. Add a little oil to the pan so that the sides of the pan can be evenly spread. After heating, add green peppers, squeeze down with a spatula, fry out the water in the peppers, and also make white or browned tiger-skin marks on the side of the stick. Fry one side, turn it over and fry the other side. When both sides are browned, set aside. You can also fry directly without oil.
4. Put a small amount of oil in the pot again, saute the minced ginger and garlic until fragrant, add a spoonful of oyster sauce, and stir well.
5. Add the fried chili peppers and stir fry evenly. Then adjust the taste, add a little salt, a spoonful of sugar, a spoonful of soy sauce, and a spoonful of vinegar, stir fry evenly, and let it fully taste. It’s ready to cook!
6. The spicy and appetizing tiger skin green peppers are ready. It is super delicious. The soup bibimbap is very fragrant. Just make it if you like!