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Sauteed Pumpkin | Chinese Food Easy Recipes

▪ Ingredients  

Ingredients

Quantity

Pumpkin

the right amount

Cooking oil

a few

Salt, sugar

a few

Small onion

a few

 

▪ Detailed steps  

Wash and peel the pumpkin, remove the flesh, then cut into thin slices

Heat the oil and pour in the pumpkin, stir-fry slightly

Pour in water, sugar, salt and stir-fry evenly

Cover the pot and simmer until the water is almost dry

After serving, sprinkle a little chopped green onion to garnish, the dish is complete

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