I bought it at a friend's house a few years ago, and I was attracted by this fragrant scented meatball. I bought a big hoe and returned it. Half of it was made into other dishes. This half was fried croquettes.
The big hoe is peeled and cut into silk, slightly mashed.
Onion ginger shredded and add 20 grams of water to grasp and filter out the juice for use.
Add 2 to 3 grams of salt to the minced meat (less salt, fried food will lose water, salt will be salty), chicken a little, a spoonful of cooking wine, onion ginger water, stir in one direction, then enter Mix one egg and mix it in the direction.
Add the taro and mix well, add 20 grams of water-milled glutinous rice flour (must be water-milled glutinous rice flour, so that the taste will be good) mix well.
I used all kinds of methods to make the stuffing into a meatball. I grabbed the stuffing in my mouth and squeezed it into a meatball.
The oil pan is open to medium heat, about 4 to 5 percent when hot, use a spoon to dig the meatballs under the pan and slowly fry.
When you fry, gently use the chopsticks to move and turn around. This time is a bit long~ Wait until the meatballs are cooked and all float on the oil.
Boil until golden brown to remove the oil, put it on, and eat it.
My family's meatballs are lightly eaten. If you can't finish it at one time, you can use the microblogging furnace to turn the fire for 1 minute. If you have a hot meal, then you can pay attention to it. If you get rid of your head, you will be allergic and itchy. Be sure to bring your disposable gloves and operate them. If you accidentally get itchy, you can turn on the gas hand grilling fire, which will reduce the symptoms.