Squirrel-shaped Mandarin Fish

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Sweet and Sour Mandarin Fish, a traditional dish in Jiangsu Cuisine, looks like an orange squirrel, tastes crisp outside and tender inside, sweet and sour, and has the fragrance of rosin.

Nutrition and Efficacy

Mandarin fish contains protein, fat, calcium, potassium, magnesium, selenium and other nutrients and its meat is delicate and easy to digest, thus suitable for children, the elderly and those with poor digestion. Low in calorie and rich in antioxidants, it is also a good choice for women who desire to look attractive and are on a diet.


Not Suitable For

  1. Fish contains purine and it is not suitable for gout patients because gout is caused by the disorder of purine metabolism in human body.
  2. Those suffering from hemorrhagic disorders, such as thrombocytopenia, hemophilia and vitamin K deficiency, should eat less or no fish, as fish can inhibit platelet aggregation and aggravate the hemorrhagic symptoms.
  3. Certain fish can cause allergic reactions in tuberculosis patients, such as nausea, headache, skin flush, conjunctival congestion, even palpitation, dyspnea, hypertensive crisis and cerebral hemorrhage.

Nutrient Content

project Data / 100g NRVs ( %) project Data / 100g NRVs ( %)
Heat 120kcal 6 Dietary fiber 0.7g 2.8
protein 13.1g 21.8 calcium 68mg 8.5
Carbohydrate 4g 1.3 iron 1.5mg 10
fat 5.9g 9.8 sodium 315.4mg 15.8
Saturated fat 1g 5 Potassium 210.1mg 10.5
cholesterol 83mg 27.7      

Raw material ratio: 750g of mandarin fish, 50g of green beans, 100g of apple, 50g of shrimp, 10g of green onion, 10g of ginger, 5g of salt, 2g of white sugar, 2g of pepper, 2ml of cooking wine, 3ml of white vinegar 2 grams of chicken essence, 2 grams of tomato sauce, 250 ml of soy salad oil, 10 grams of starch

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