Speaking of delicious, easy-to-make, low-calorie late-night snacks, I can hardly think of anything more suitable than flower beetle powder? Not only is it delicious, but it is also easy to make. It can be all done on a piece of food-grade aluminum foil, which saves you from washing the pot. Food grade aluminum foil has good oil resistance and softness, and is a green product and environmentally friendly product.
1) Take a bowl with a little depth, put the food grade aluminium foil out of a bowl container, and set aside.
2) Wash the clams with water, sprinkle 1 tablespoon of salt for 2h to make them disgorge the sand.
3) Open the back of the small-sized shrimp and remove the shrimp line. The vermicelli should be soaked in water and softened for later use. Wash a small handful of crab mushrooms for later use.
4) Wash 3 millet peppers, remove the stems and cut into circles, 4 cloves of garlic and cut into garlic paste, cut 3 slices of ginger into minced ginger, 1 pinch of shallots into chopped green onions, and a quarter of the onion chopped.
5) Food-grade aluminum foil can be put on the grill and directly burned. If you don't have a grill, spread food-grade aluminum foil in a clean iron pan on the stove top (be careful not to use a coated non-stick pan, because dry heating will destroy the coating). Cover the food grade aluminum foil with a layer of oil, and fry 2 tablespoons of thick broad-bean sauce over a medium-to-small fire to get the red oil.
6) Pour the garlic, minced ginger, chopped onion, and stir-fry millet pepper to create a fragrance.
7) Put the clams in and stir fry them for a while. Then add small-sized shrimp and crab mushrooms.
8) Pour 3 tablespoons of cooking wine, 3 tablespoons of light soy sauce, 2 tablespoons of oyster sauce, 1 tablespoon of white sugar, and then add water over the ingredients, wrap them in the food-grade aluminum foil, and cook for about 8 minutes.
9) Open the bowl made of food-grade aluminum foil, put the soaked vermicelli in, continue to cook for 2 minutes, sprinkle the chopped green onion, and take it out of the pot.