Sauteed Sweet Corn with Pine Nuts is a typical traditional dish in Northeast China. Pine kernel and corn are both specialties in Northeast China. Corn contains a lot of calcium, as well as abundant lecithin, vitamin E, and other nutrients. These substances have the effects of lowering cholesterol, preventing cell aging, and slowing down brain function degradation. Pine nuts are rich in unsaturated fatty acids, such as linoleic acid and linoleic acid, which can reduce blood lipids and prevent cardiovascular diseases. Pine nuts also contain a large number of minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium, etc., which can provide rich nutrients for the body tissues, strengthen muscles and bones, eliminate fatigue, and have great benefits for the health care of the elderly. This dish is beautiful in color, rich in nutrition, and simple in practice.
Ingredients of Sauteed Sweet Corn with Pine Nuts
50 g pine nuts
1 sweet corn
Half of carrot
A handful of pea
1 spoonful of white sugar
A little salt
The proper amount of edible oil
The cooking method of Sauteed Sweet Corn with Pine Nuts
Peel and wash sweet corn
Pull or cut into two sections from the middle
Then cut it in the middle with a knife, and peel the corn grain along the vertical line to the side. The tender corn is easier to cut. Be careful not to cut your hand.
The peeled corn kernels are a very complete
Boil the corn kernels in a cold water pan and drain the water
Diced carrots and peas are also boiled in boiling pots and drained, and the materials are ready.
Stir-fry the pine nuts in a small heat-dry pan and take them out for standby. Be sure to keep the fire low.
Put a proper amount of oil in the potting
Pour in corn, carrot, and peas and stir for two minutes.
Add proper sugar and salt to stir fry, and finally, add pine nuts.
Stir evenly and then come out of the pot. It is nutritious and delicious.