In "James' Kitchen", wine and white wine have been used for cooking. Today, I want to cook with beer. What is the difference between beer and red and white wine? The beer has a little more scent of wheat and hops! What does it match with? Try it!
Cut the French stick bread and slice the baguette.
Stir the butter and mix 1 piece of butter with 1 tablespoon of minced garlic.
Spread the bread Spread the evenly mixed garlic butter on the slice of bread (one side).
Fry the slices of bread into a pan and the buttered side is facing down. (When panning the bread, heat the pan, turn off the small fire (close the small fire and not easy to focus). Turn the bread by hand to better perceive the crispness of the bread.)
Cut the red pepper and cut the red pepper for later use.
Cut the parsley and chop the parsley for use.
Stir the ingredients and pour the right amount of olive oil into the pot, then add the appropriate amount of minced garlic, red pepper and stir fry.
Stir-fried green mouth will put the green mouth into the pot and stir fry.
Add beer and pour 1 cup of beer into the pot and stir fry with green mouth, then cover the lid and cook the green mouth. (Adding beer after the temperature in the pot is raised, the taste of the green mouth is more tender. After adding the beer, the lid of the pot should not be tightly sealed, and the ingredients will not become bitter.)
Remove the green mouth and remove the open green mouth into a cast iron pot.
Season the soup base and put the right amount of butter and black pepper into the soup that has been cooked in the mouth.
Add 1 tbsp of white wine to the broth with white wine.
Seasoning, pour the coriander and lemon juice into the soup and mix well.
Delicate the soup and pour the seasoned soup on the green mouth and heat it to heat the mouth.
The slice of bread will hold the slices of bread.
Enjoy the delicious taste of the green plate.
Qingkou is very smooth, very sweet, and the aroma has been stretching in the mouth! Eat the bread slices with the soup, the buttery milk, and the fresh mouth! I thought that the bitter beer couldn't make any good taste. I didn't expect the taste to be really great! When Master taught me to eat the green mouth, I used the shell of the green mouth as a clip, so I could easily eat the green meat. Very interesting!